Just a link to a post made several weeks ago by BigBlueShoe that now looks pretty comical. A few of the gems:
"Jason really is the model for independent bloggers... However, despite Jason really showing all of us how to do it right when it comes to sports blogging, the guy does not know jack-friggin-squat about NFL football.
Did I mention Jason is a Jets fan? I think that fact alone explains his attitude and knowledge about football.
Anyway, the reason I'm raggin' on Jason by bringing up his (lack of) football knowledge is that once again he is getting all self-important when talking about the NFL. And, like with his "bold" predictions last year, Jason is wrong.
Now, with Kerry Collins benched and Vince Young is back as the starter, Jason somehow thinks the time is now for Vince to prove he can play in this league. Thing is, most of us AFC South fans already know Vince cannot play in this league. Jeff Fisher knows Vince can't play in this league. That's why he resisted Adam's "order" to start Vince. The woeful body of work Vince has compiled over the last three years more than tells the story of this over-rated, pampered brat who never should have been drafted by the Titans in the first place."
"And if anyone out there still thinks that Vince can somehow salvage his career by playing well over these next few games, those people are suckers."
"Vince Young's career in Tennessee is over. Everyone knows it. Everyone also knows that Vince Young's football career is likely over. He is simply not a motivated guy looking to improve himself as a player. We're in year four and Vince still can't read a defense, and a QB who can't read a defense is like a running back with no feet."
"The simple truth is nothing Vince Young does over these next three games should change anyone's assessment of him. If it does, then I have some junk bonds I'd like to sell them real cheap, if they are interested."
So we've got a post filled with rude insults and unsupported statements, most of which now look hilariously wrong on top of that. Nice job mate, you're really showing the traditional media how it's done.