Necessary Roughness

UNNECESSARY ROUGHNESS WITH THE RED CHORD’S GREG WEEKS: LEWIS AND POLAMALU BATTLE IT OUT FOR SHOWER PRODUCTS, ORTON IS STILL WEIRD LOOKING, AND SEVENDUST AND THE FALCONS ARE “ON TOP”

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So, I’m giving you guys an open invite to my place in Quincy, MA for tonight’s matchup between the Pats and the Jets. We’re playing cards, probably the re-release of NBA Jams, getting some Lynwood’s pizza, and enjoying ourselves. Don’t worry about finding my place; if I seepeople roaming my street with wings and team jerseys, then I’ll assume it’s because of this post and invite them on up.

Steelers-Ravens battled it out for first this week. More important than seeing who was going to be king of the AFC North was to see who was a better shower product. The Ravens’ Ray Lewis and his Old Spice body wash in one corner and the Steelers’ Troy Palmolive… Paramore… Pinkerton… whatever his name is, representing Head and Shoulders in the other. Polamalu takes this one just as he took the game. His late-in-the-game sack caused QB Joe Flacco to fumble, which, in turn, led to the game-winning touchdown. No worries though, Baltimore — you may have lost, but you did break Big Ben’s nose and nearly killed TE Heath Miller. Not too shabby.

The Broncos-Chiefs game was super boring, with one TD thrown by Matt Cassell. Matt Cassell rules, I don’t care how many TDs he has in a game! The Chiefs are oddly enough undefeated at home, and remain in first of the AFC West. Over on the Broncos side, Kyle Orton is still weird looking.

In other NFL news, Miami still can’t win at home, someone in the NFC West is going to the playoffs with a terrible regular season record, and the Bengals still suck. I hope that’s what T.O. and Ocho discuss on their radio show. Maybe they should focus more on football than extracurricular activities.

In closing I’d like to talk about the Atlanta Falcons. They have the best record in the NFL, the most wins in a row with six, and are scary good. I’d also like to discuss this video that was sent over to me this morning by MetalSucks’ own Axl Rosenberg. It may not trump Mr. Stapp from last week’s post, but I present Sevendust with their hit “Falcons on Top.” It’s presented in HD, so you can see the drummer’s braids perfectly. He’s white.

Also, if there are any teams that want The Red Chord to write or re-write a song for you and make an embarrassing video, we’ll do it. Maybe “Footballerizer,” “Dreaming in Bear Years”or “Fixation on Falcons.” New York teams need not apply.

-GW

Even if you play for a New York sports team, you should visit The Red Chord on MySpace.

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