"The heck with Disneyland, I'm going to Minnesota, and you're all invited!"
Did anybody catch this article?
The picture is worth a million words, although perhaps not a million dollars. (My eyes aren't great but are those $1 bills he's holding, surely not a million of them.)
Just another "good character guy" that Spielman brings to town I guess.
And yes, I found this over at the Cat Scratch Fever pages perusing their article on Joe Webb, much more restrained and realistic than the Daily Norseman's. No, I'm not going there, others have said pretty much all there is to say and then some.
Well all right but just this much. Good luck to Joe, he'll need a ton of it after the Vikings got through with him, and what a shame that Ponderphiles just don't know how to admit they were wrong to insist that their man was the only option at quarterback that the Vikings should have explored. I think almost everyone can see now that his ceiling was TJack 2.0. The Ponderphile strategy has clearly proven to be a failure while that of the "cult of Webb" was only perhaps likely to be a failure. In the end there was not, after all, any real reason not to take the chance and give Joe a shot as starter and bigger men would just have admitted that and moved on instead of rallying for one "Last Hurrah" of vitriol cast at those fans who opposed their failed strategy.