Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Noteworthy Gems In Journal Sentinel Packer Game Analysis

First, the online headline in Bob McGinn's piece, above the crucial photo, as the paper pulls no punches:

Packers interception gives Seahawks victory

Then this choice phrase in a family newspaper:
Tim Connolly, the Packers' vice president of sales and marketing, said, "That was the most horseshit thing I've ever seen," as he put his coat on and prepared to leave.
And "scab" is not an everyday term, either:
The final play was one of about a dozen that involved controversial calls by the scab crew led by referee Wayne Elliott. It ended the third week without the NFL's regular officials, who are involved in a labor dispute with management.
And a great kicker:
Then Tate stole about half the ball from Jennings, and the Seahawks stole the victory.

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