Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tony Boselli puts Chris Simms on blast for being awful at football

Tony Boselli puts Chris Simms on blast for being awful at football
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The Jaguars are going to the Championship game with the #70 ranked QB, according to both Chris Simms, who should be ashamed of himself, and that chortling, ESPN-moron, Dan LeBeRetard, who is a perma-fool. 

Simms is worse than an idiot. I still hope Boselli punches him in the face, it might raise his IQ.

After what his Dad went through in NY with ignorant fans and media, Chris Simms should know better. Phil Simms was known as Simms Sucks right up until the first Super Bowl, from which he emerged as the MVP. 

The New York Post had letters from fans in the week leading up to that first Super Bowl saying "It's nice that the Giants got this far, but Simms will blow it." The Broncos logo, John Elway was destined to roll over the vaunted Giants D and win easily. Didn't happen. The quotes below, attributed to the junior Simms, are of the same tone and tenor as those leveled at the senior Simms back in the day. 

For that, I would excuse Phil Simms from the charge of child abuse if he beat Boselli to the punch, both literally and figuratively. 

Fan-boys, media pseudo-experts and amateur pseudo-analysts were stupid back then and they remain stupid today. 

Chris Simms is a horses ass. He's still the same guy that rode up to the University of Texas in a limo and lost the team to the unheralded Major Applewhite. Stupid then, stupid now.

from blackandteal.com
https://blackandteal.com/2018/01/10/tony-boselli-puts-chris-simms-blast-awful-elevator-quarterbacks/

Tony Boselli puts Chris Simms on blast for being awful at evaluating quarterbacks





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