"Put it on the board . . . Houshamazilli . . . championship!"
I honestly didn't think "we" had a chance of signing him so count me as pleasantly surprised. Contract numbers seem reasonable and this free "us" up to not necessarily having to draft Crabtree, but wouldn't complain if "we" did.
*If* Hass is healthy things should definitely look up for "our" Offense, so here's hoping the Defense can be improved too and the NFC West can be "ours" again! (Hey, the NFC Super Bowl representative has come from "our" division two of the last four years, so it's not as bad as it's been made out to be and is definitely worth fighting for)
“You are going to get a certain amount of snarkiness on the Internet no matter what, and my rule is that you don't post anything that you wouldn't say to someone's face.” Marc Andreyko (Writer of DC Comic’s “Manhunter”)
I don't get this signing at all. Between the sub-par defense and the injury-prone QB, this doesn't look like much of a step up from the Bengals.
On the other hand, considering the Arizona Cardinals organization is rewarding Kurt Warner for taking them to the Super Bowl by running him out of town on a rail, everything should return to normalcy in the NFC West next season anyway. Questionable or not, there's every reason to believe Housh just signed with a division favorite.
"It's worth remembering that sometimes popular things are popular for a reason. Because they're GOOD or because Will Smith is in it."
This report as written does sound a little fishy though. If SOE scored 149 own-goals in a game which ended 149-0 ... that means the score was 0-0 when the coach lost his temper with the ref and ordered his team to self-destruct.