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Scotty's Bum of the Week- Fri, 11/27/15

This week's loser is Browns (third string) QB, Johnny Manziel

You know the old saying, “you live, you learn?” Yeah, Johnny Manziel has never heard of this expression. He just lives. Rather than give you the step by step narrative about how he (again) is sabotaging his NFL career, I’ll give it to you in bullet points:

 

-He’s named the Browns starting QB for the remainder of the season.

-He went back to Texas on the team’s bye week, got shi*tfaced, and was rapping in a club, which was caught on video.

-The Browns asked him about it, he denied it and said it was an old video.

Scotty's Bum of the Week- Fri, 11/20/15

This week's loser is Bengals QB, Andy Dalton

Oh, come on! This one is too easy! ‘Won’t somebody PLEASE think of the children!!??’ Andy Dalton…what a friggin’ Nancy. The mighty undefeated Cincinnati Bengals (yes, the ones of Marvin Lewis), managed to lose to the Houston Texans on home on Monday night. I was legitimately surprised; even with Cincy’s history of George Costanza shrinkage in Prime Time games, I expected them to roll over Houston.

Scotty's Bum of the Week- Fri, 11/13/15

This week's loser is Denver Broncos cornerback, Aqib Talib

Remember that movie The Waterboy, when Bobby Boucher poked his teammate in the eye during football practice? “Captain Insano shows no mercy!” Well, this incident was kind of like that, only Adam Sandler’s character was so aloof and sheltered that he didn’t know any better. But Aqib Talib DOES know better, and he deserves to be suspended for acting like a punk. Would Talib have EVER pulled this crap if he was still playing for Bill Belichick? I seriously that he wouldn't be cut within 24 hours.

Scotty's Bum of the Week- Fri, 11/6/15

This week's loser is Colts general manager, Ryan Grigson

Oh, the irony. The Indianapolis Colts have been accusing the Patriots of being cheaters for years. Despite having the rules changed to benefit their quarterback, pumping in crowd noise, raising the temperature at certain times in their dome, and blatantly tanking for an entire season to land Andrew Luck, the Colts always play the victim card against the big, bad Patriots. Do I have an axe to grind? I guess so, but their holier than though shtick is tired.