Many of us here have had our run-ins with August West, a writer over at Music City Miracles. He did a lot of chirping throughout much of the regular season, but after the Colts body-slammed the Titans in the last game of the regular season, August West was not so... chirpy.
But, that aside, his post today over at MCM made me LOL. I don't know if he Photoshoped this, and I don't care. It's hilarious:
Why is Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder standing in front of a pile of burning (Joker) money? Because ole Danny is about to spend over $100 million on a defensive tackle (from The Houston Chronicle's Lance Zierlein, via MCM):
This time around he tells me that the Washington Redskins will break the bank to sign Albert Haynesworth. The Titans could come over the top of the Redskins deal as well, but my guess is that the Redskins will let Haynesworth get the best offer possible from the Titans and then "better deal" it.
My source tells me to look for a contract that could break $100 million with an average of $15 million to $16 million per. My guy is almost never wrong and Dan Snyder gets what he wants.
This contract would, without question, make Haynesworth the highest paid defensive player in football. While I know most people here are still a bit upset over the likely possibility that Marvin Harrison will leave the Colts, let us all stop for a moment and take a second to reflect on and react appropriately to Daniel Snyder's possible contract offer to Albert Haynesworth:
For Titans fans, I imagine they feel about the same as we do on this. If that dumb ass owner in DC wants to spend that kind of money on a player who routinely takes plays off, by all means. Hope you enjoy the NFC East, Albert!