Bradlee: “Thanks Scotty. Listen, love the show. Ok, listen, I’ve been thinking. How in the world can Jerome DeFelice be this bad each and every year? We’re talking about an owner that spent more hours on the D12 league than the authorities did looking for Whitey Bulger. I mean, really, why is this man still the commish? OK, I’ll hang up and listen.
Hastings: “Welp, Bradlee. I’ll tell you what, you ain’t never caught a fish without baiting a hook under the pale moon light, you know?”
OK, we have someone on the text line, let’s read it. The text is from Norbit VanDusseldorf in the 303 and it reads, “When does Jerome suspend himself from being the commish because his team sucks so bad?” Does it happen before Eddie Lacy eats enough to cause tectonic plates to shift on earth? Does it happen before Mike Evans runs a clean route? Does it happen before Jonathan Stewart gains more than 3 yards on one play? When, Scott, when?”
Hastings: “Oh boy, that’s a long text. Listen, now, my dad told me back in Arkansas that patience is something a real man has to learn while the sun is out and the pigs are in the slop.”
Finally, let’s read an email from twatpounder216. He says; “Dear Scotty, when Jerome DeFelice and Dan Snyder get together to talk about who is more inept at running a football team, who picks up the bill?” Hastings: “When I played for the Detroit Pistons Rick Mahorn would never pick up the bill. He used to say “it’s called a bill, and we should give it to Bill.” He was talking about Bill Lambier who ended up paying the bill most times we went out, left no tip, and then forearm shivered the Puerto Rican valet on our way out the door. OK, it’s been a real treat today, I’m going to hurl into a painter’s bucket now but not before we close the show with D-Mac on you best for live and local sports, 104.3 the Fan.”
It's Jerome here, and since I was able to get on this site for a second so I just want to quickly say thanks to all the guest hosts that helped fill in for me while the commish is taking a break from these recaps. I’ll try to come back refreshed in a week or two and if I haven’t smashed my laptop into 2,000 pieces after looking at my fantasy roster, I’ll see if I can write up a recap straight from the commissioners office next time.