Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Parcells retires, again

15 days after an upsetting playoff loss in Seattle, Bill 'Big Tuna' Parcells decided Monday to retire, ending a four-year run with Dallas Cowboys. Over 19 seasons in the NFL, Parcells led teams to three Super Bowls, winning two championships. "Physically, I could still do it," Parcells told ESPN's Ed Werder. "But, mentally, this is a 12-month-a-year job and I've been doing it since 1964. It was time to stop. I just have to let go.''

Dallas is now tuna free. I wish I could say the same thing about the Throwing Smoke headquarters. But until the office skank is fired, the cats will keep meowing at our doors.

3 comments:

Pamer said...

My Boss eats a big bowl of Tuna EVERY FRICKEN DAY!

The bigger story in the NFL is that yet another Bengal is arrested...

Screaming Viking said...

OH yeah, that post is coming in due time. Once one of our writers is home, he is waiting to release it! Check back tomorrow!

Pamer said...

i knew you wouldn't let me down...the best part of the story is Carson Palmer's reaction. He's PISSED!