Thursday, November 1, 2007

NFL PostSecret Week 9, Posted in Secrecy

It's an unfortunate world we live in when someone feels so hemmed in by the pressures of society that the only way they feel they can confide in someone is to mail an artfully constructed postcard to some dude in Germantown, MD who packages them together and sells them in bounded collections. Well, the NFL is even more harsh and doubly forbidding of confession, but those struggling with it can always turn to NFL PostSecret. At least we aren't making money off their pain. That's only for the league to do.

NFL PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where players and coaches or whoever I feel like making fun of mails in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard. It's also a satire of this.

-----Email Message-----
Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2007 11:14 AM

Love Actually was probably easier to watch than that game.

-----Email Message-----
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 2:14 PM

The Browns or the cookies?


SlideShow Bob said...

Screw ants, Quan wants those crackers.

Derek said...

I believe you mean Fitty.

Rob I said...

Two and six? You're being generous.

flubby said...

"Now 50 with the left leg." - Belicheat

Stephen said...

I love how the Holidays start to come sooner and sooner every year.

The Giants Collapse

It's the most wonderful time of the year...

smurphette said...

"This never ends well."

It has the last 3 times.

Ruthless Gravity said...

Why is Unslient getting kicked in the nuts on the mean streets of Gtown?

When did Omar Epps decide to quit House for coaching?

Captain Caveman said...

Kicks to the groin: always funny.

Jarrett said...

The rest of the cast of 'Juice' feels slighted.

Chuck Sweet said...

Sports Guy also thinks that Cornel West, Denzel Washington and Carmelo Anthony look EXACTLY alike.

Jay said...

I was about to ask why none of you had taken the opportunity to make an obvious Tomlin/Foreman joke, but ruthless gravity was nice enough to do it for me. Thank you for saving me from having to remember Tomlin's first name