This is the shittiest day ever, for any legitimate sports fan out there. Sunday for me is like a Caribbean vacation, where I sit on my couch from 8 AM to 11:59 PM, watching the greatest and genetically superior human beings battle it out on the field, gladiator style, entertaining the Billions of mortals glued to their television sets, on the edge of their seats, biting their nails, watching in agony, waiting to see who gets the bragging rights the next morning (Monday). For me the day started off like I was visiting the Mecca of Sports:
Manchester Derby - Manchester United .vs. Manchester City
Immediately after that, I turn to FOOTBALL:
Green Bay Packers .vs. Cincinnati Bengals
After that, San Fransisco 49′ers .vs. The Colts
and Finally, end the glorious day with some Sunday Night Football:
Pittsburgh Steelers .vs. Chicago Bears
Simply PERFECT !!!
Little did I know that the Bitch Goddess of Sports Fuckery had some pretty bad shit planned for me on this sacred day.
Manchester United got stuffed by Manchester City (4-1). It wasn’t a game. It was a strategically planned perfectly executed Demolition of Manchester United.
While I was still recovering from my Manchester United induced misery, I was emotionally pummeled like bitch by the Green Bay Packers, who had unquestionably their worst game in years at Cincinnati. Aaron Rodgers, whom I consider to be a GOD amongst men and the Greatest QB in the NFL right now, had probably the worst game of his career.
The only outcomes that can save my day is if the Colts defeat the San Fran 49′ers and the Steelers defeat the Bears.
It’s 6 PM EST. Still 6 more hours to go until I officially turn my TV off and prepare myself for another exiting (or not) day in the Markets.
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