Here's some stuff...

Peter just posted some great Senior bowl stuff, so be sure to scroll down.

But I really like where a couple of Mustacheers took their conversation.. so here's there comments:

jimi said...

read the second to last paragraph. dirty little fucker. of course now, just like completing passes to his own recievers, he hates it and wants nothing to do with it.

January 31, 2011 9:58 AM

Mr. F said...
I'm speechless, I think.

January 31, 2011 10:20 AM

sinc451 said...
I can't tell if I'm supposed to think this is pretty cool, or really weird and disturbing - on one hand, it's nice to know that Hass is a "normal" guy who has to stroke it every once in a while like the rest of us (well, some of us anyway - you know who you are). On the other hand, to find out that he's whacking off like its going out of style, threatening my middle-school record and putting his marriage in jeopardy (especially to the point where he's willing to join some weird cult-style anti-porn church)makes me wonder about a few things.

Number one: is our fearless leader and "one true god" kind of a freak?

Number two (he he he): is all this beating off cutting into his practice time (and more importantly wearing down his throwing arm)?

Number three: Seeing as how Kitna is involved in this little movement as well, is it safe to assume that living in Seattle for too long can somehow lead to this affliction (which could finally give me a valid excuse when my girlfriend catches me with my pants around my ankles in front of the ol' laptop)? Was that too much information?

Don't worry Mustachers - I'll get to the bottom of it...RESEARCH TIME!!!!

January 31, 2011 1:21 PM

Mr. F said...
I think beating off makes you a hero qb. That's the message I took from all this. Although... my reading comprehension has gone to shit ever since I started sniffing glue.

BTW (that means by the way) how'd we let a dirty husky hijack what was a pro-COUG thread?!?

January 31, 2011 2:00 PM

jimi said...
Finn my attempt was not to hijack a pro-Coug thread. I don't have to. Eventually after a strong initial showing the thread would have gone terribly wrong leaving most reading in shock, and those who follow this thread wondering how it could have gone wrong so fast and asking themselves why does this always happen to us?!! Its the Coug way, there is no denying it.

My intent was to show how the fine facilitators of this website have lifted a balding, mediocre, maniacally masturbating quarterback to god like status in an attempt to make them feel better about their own masturbatory ways.

In related news i can only assume that King Felix also enjoys some "Felix Time" on a regular basis since he too is a hero of ours. However, there is no doubt in my mind that when the King finishes: angels start to sing, he produces a liquid metal much like we saw in Terminator 2 (because that man is a fucking machine), and every woman within a 250 square mile radius has an unexplained orgasm leaving them confused but thirsty for more. Back to Back Cy Youngs here we cum..........no wait, i mean come.

January 31, 2011 4:17 PM

Fortune said...

You have been told to stop yet you continue with your off-topic comments. No Means No!

January 31, 2011 4:34 PM

sinc451 said...
BLASPHEMY!!!! Balding?....yes; Porn-addicted?.....Apparently, yeah; Mediocre?....Them's Cromartie words! C'mon Jimi - I wanna give you the benefit of the doubt 'cause I admire a "man of suits" but you're tearing down one of the last remaining Sea-town heroes (as sad as that may be) - if we're gonna give someone a hard time, lets focus on TRUE ass-wipes in the Seattle area....Milton Bradley deserves a good punch in the face - let's make a mockery of him. How about uhhhhhh....well, if I can think of any Seattle sports figure that's even relevant anymore, I'll get back to you - in the mean time, excellent point about the unexpected turn this thread has taken - uh, go cougs?

January 31, 2011 4:45 PM

jimi said...
all i have is the power of the comment, on topic or not. it is my right to use it (that being said please don't take away my ability to comment. A wife, two kids, two jobs, a dog, and a mortgage. i'm hangin on by thread here)

i apologize for my use of mediocre. it went well with some of the other "m" words i had in that post. From now on i will refer to him as above average. Aferall is he a hero........................did anyone else just hear angels sing? Why is my wife.............oh Felix.

January 31, 2011 5:04 PM

sinc451 said...
Fair enough- I feel like something ought to be done about this Felix phenomenon though - at the very least, don't let the wives go to Safeco - EVER!!!! Being in the same zip code is bad enough.

January 31, 2011 5:20 PM

jimi said...
i would have to respectfully disagree. Is it not our ultimate to goal to watch Felix destroy every batter dumb enough to not fake an injury that day? And also is it not our duty to do everything possible to make sure he feels unbeatable, unstoppable, the man amongst boys? And what would make a man feel more like "the man" than a stadium full of woman, ummmmmmmmmm, reaching climax during the 7th inning stretch when Felix "suspiciously" disappears into the club house? Nothing I say!! Nothing! So bring your wives. Show your true Sodo spirit. I believe it is our duty as a Mariners fan. What better compliment is there from your wife, "the second best i've ever had honey, right behind the King".

January 31, 2011 6:00 PM

sinc451 said...
Once again Jimi, you have humbled me with your words of wisdom...that being said, Im STILL not bringing chicks to the M's games - I can't afford to play second fiddle to Felix's magic - didn't you see Top Gun? "There's no points for second place Mav."

January 31, 2011 6:55 PM

2011 Senior Bowl

The 2011 Senior Bowl was played this past Saturday for the sole purpose of giving the Mustacheers a football game to watch now that the season is over.

After watching the game, here are a few of my thoughts:
Jake Locker, like has happened on so many Saturdays, made a few nice throws, overthrew multiple receivers and was on the losing team. It’s too bad he wasn’t able to do more this week. He needs the postseason process to go well and get people excited about his upside, because he continues to show people that he isn’t ready to play QB in the NFL. I’m sure the Combine will be a better process for him. However, he’ll still have to do the throwing drills and I’d be shocked if he’s not overthrowing guys there too.

Von Miller (LB, Texas A&M) lived up to the hype he generated in practice and looked good during the game. People are excited about how scheme-diverse he’ll is. He can play OLB or ILB in a 3-4, OLB in 4-3 and possibly DE in a 4-3 in certain situations. It seems like his best value would be rushing the passer, so I think a 3-4 team will take him early.

The North’s O-line had a disappointing effort in the game. Nate Solder (OT, Colorado) and Anthony Castonzo (OT, Boston College) were not that impressive but are thought to be among the highest –rated Tackles in the draft. Solder was clearly beaten on two plays. Once against Sam Acho (DE, Texas) that resulted in a strip of Locker and again by Von Miller that resulted in a tackle-for-loss. Castonzo missed his man when he was pulling and then was abused by Brooks Reed (DE, Arizona) for a sack.

Leonard Hankerson (WR, Miami) was impressive. He’s 6’2” and used his frame effectively a few times to make catches. He just looked like a quality receiver.

I liked the play of Kendric Burney (CB,UNC). He’s only 5’9” and doesn’t have great speed, but was a decent tackler and is quick to break on the ball. Mayock called him a prototypical Cover 2 corner.

It sounds like a lot of people are high on Cameron Jordan (DE, Cal) after this week. According to most reports he was dominant in practices during the week. I didn’t see much from him during the game though. When I watched him in The Big Game against Stanford this year he wasn’t all that impressive either. He did draw double-teams in that game, so that’s a positive. Maybe he’s just better in a one-on-one practice setting.

Ryan Kerrigan (DE, Purdue), Brooks Reed (DE, Arizona) and Colin McCarthy (LB, Miami) all have non-stop motors.


Thoughts on the latest Coug victory

Well since UW fans decided the basketball Apple Cup is important again (they sort of went away for awhile) I guess I'll post a few thoughts:

- Fantastic crowd. Came off as VERY loud on the tube. (don't like the Overrated chants. never have. We beat a good team, and calling them overrated just diminishes the accomplishment.)

- A lot of people laughed when Isaiah Thomas spent the summer tutoring under Vlade Divac... but it looks like it's paying off.

- It'd be alright with me if Klay wants to start hitting his crunchtime free throws. Oh, and maybe try and take care of the ball in the last few mintues. A blow out would have been more fun.

- Brock Motum is so damn handsome. I don't care how that sounds. I said it.

- This SHOULD be a good win for the Cougs. Huskies... we did our part, know you do yours. Win some games and stay relevant you tools.

SHIT, I just thought of something... as a Coug fan I sort of need to ROOT for UW to stay strong so this looks like a quality win. Hmmmpphhrrlllphphph... I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.

Royal Rumblog

That's right! The fans have spoken and they want a live Royal Rumble thread. So here it is!


The Royal Rumble

It's time for my annual Royal Rumble post. For those new to the site... and by those I mean Sinc... go back and check out some of the older Rumble posts. You'll like em even if you don't like wrasslin'. (I think I said the exact same thing last year. Broken record).

Anyway... this one will be short and sweet ... and more of a request than anything.
You see I retired last Wrestlemania when HBK did. Barely watched a clip since. I've been trying to research a little. Looks like Nexus(?) is a big deal? And there's 40 guys this year?
Mustacheers, I put it to you! Clue me in to what's going down in the WWE. Help.


I think we all knew it

I wasnt paying much attention to the end of the AFC Title game thanks to the fact that the Fucking Steelers were winning. However, towards the very end I looked up I swear I saw Big Ben getting pounded. I dont have any crazy screen capturing machines in my house so I have been searching the internet far and wide for the video evidence. I knew in my heart, which apparently Jay Cutler doesnt have, that if my eyes were not playing tricks on me someone would post it. And here it is:


The Ol' Dongslinger rides off

As many of you have probably heard, Brett Favre filed his retirement papers with whoever he needed to. Do you think they just pull them out of an old cabinet in back, or does he have to fill it all out again? He has also started pimping some "thanks for all the memories" shit on his website. So its pretty clear that this time is for real. That and he sent his cock to pretty much every chick whose phone number he got and had the worst year of his career. I cant wait to see what Minnesota's O-Coordinator can do with a real Quartaback.

In honor of his douche-baggery (this really smart dude at my office told me its hyphenated, he drinks wine!) I present to you this awesome video:

H/T to mustacheer Chris Miller for the link


Yeah, well...

Ok, so that blew... but at least we got.... well........ I'm not sure what we have to look forward to as a Seattle sports fan. Spring Training? Yikes. Coug Hoops? Ya know I love it, but things will be tough without our toked out loked out PG. Husky hoops? I'm not a fan, but I'm sure some of you are. Well, let's just say I'll bet they wish their legal troubles were limited to those of the weedish variety.

Are the Sounders playing? Seriously, I don't know...

Anyway, what we got? what we need?


Reasons why the Seahawks WILL win

I'm not gonna post em here because I don't wanna jinx anything, but know that I have a list (seriously) and I will be happy to post it here right after the game is over and the Seahawks are victorious! I know this post is pathetic, but so is this site's current attendance... outside of Sincdog. I really do have a list. And I'll post it g-damn it. Seahawks will win. Just know that. (also... it's Friday night and I ran out of time to post this, and I've got a busy Saturday of rockin and rollin)

Let's see some chatter Mustacheers!!!! (or don't... no big whoop)

NFL Picks - Divisional Round


Baltimore @ Pittsburgh

I've heard a lot this week about how physical this match-up is going to be. In fact, their first couple games were so intense that they led to multiple fines and the players involved complaining that Roger Goodell wants them to play touch football. Here's what I think Roger Goodell should do for this game: Make them play touch football, literally. That'd really stick it to 'em eh?

Steelers 16-13

Green Bay @ Atlanta

The first match-up between these two was close throughout and felt like a playoff game. In fact, some considered it a possible playoff preview. Once again, it seems most everyone is going with the Packers on the road. While they proved last week that they can win a road playoff game, I think this may be a case of the Falcons being undervalued because they didn't play last week and everyone forgets that they were the best team in the conference for the whole regular season. Can Green Bay pull the upset? Certainly. Will they? I don't think so. How's that for definitive analysis!?

Falcons 24-20


Seattle @ Chicago

If there's a singular play that may come to define the Seahawks' season it's Marshawn Lynch's 67 yard TD tun. Not just because it was one of the greatest runs in the league's history, but also because it's a metaphor for this year's team. If you count, there are nine Saints that get a hand on Lynch, nine times he could have been stopped along the way, kind of like the nine times Seattle lost this season. And even though he got slowed down by some of those would-be tacklers he kept running, even though it seemed like he wouldn't be able to score. It would be too ridiculous for him to score on a play like that, much like it would be too ridiculous for the Hawks to get to the playoffs with a season like that, but that didn't stop the team, much in the same way it didn't stop Lynch. By the end of the run Lynch leapt into the end zone and told everyone else to suck it, and, here's another chance for the Hawks to tell the haters to suck it.

Seahawks 21-17

New York Jets @ New England

It's fitting that the Jets came into this season talking a bunch of shit and now they're going to go out the same way. I don't know that I expected anything different from them, but that doesn't take away from the fact that's it's idiotic. Has talking trash to the Patriots ever worked? Actually it probably worked a lot in their first three or four decades of their existence, but I was concentrating more on the last ten years.

Patriots 34-13


Seahawks vs. bears

Just a quick thread for the Mustacheers that flock to this site. Wanted to make sure you all had a place to be heard. Well HERE IT IS!!!!


Seahawks 108 Bears 3


Beast Mode a compilation

There's not a lot left to be said about the Seahawks game. If you've followed this blog long enough, you know how we feel about MH... and he was, to say the least, vindicated.

and then... there was BEAST MODE!!!!

Here are a few of the best clips...

Enjoy the week. We'll have an analysis of the upcoming matchup against the Bears later on. It'll go like this. WE FUCK THE BEARS UP!!!

What's this?!?!?

Oh my god... that's Mr. Purple's music!!!!!

He's back and clocking in at 236 lbs. A surprise final entrant!!!! This shit just got interesting!


2011 Henry Cotto's Weight Loss Challenge

Well, we were holding our breath for some more competitors, but it looks like this will be the 4. Take a look at the tradition, do some research, whatever. Here it is.

And without further delay... this year's competitors:
Mr. Blue: 188.2 lbs.

Mr. Blue is hoping the third time is the charm as he tries for that ellusive HCM Weight Loss championship belt.
Mr. Red: 194.6 lbs.
He won the original competition, finishing second last year. I'd say he's a long shot for winning it this year.
Mr. Yellow: 203.4 lbs.
Last year's champ, and an early favorite for this year.
Mr. Orange: 208.6
This year's only rookie so far. I think he's got a real shot to lose the most. We'll see if he can get it done.

There they are. Who's gonna win? Place your bets. If any other competitors wish to enter, by all means... we always enjoy receiving shirtless pics.... I mean competition.

Good luck.


NFL Picks - Wildcard

I feel like at this point in the season we know everything we need to know about these teams, which means I'll surely have perfect picks throughout the playoffs. For those of you counting at home, I went 161-92 for the regular season. Far from perfect, but as I think we all know, everyone is 0-0 now.


New Orleans @ Seattle

Here it is, the game that most folks have been referring to as "The Real Super Bowl." I'm sure you've all heard about the Seahawks' miraculous, inspirational run to the playoffs as a plucky underdog, but now the nation looks on with baited breath as these Hawks attempt to teach America what it means to believe again. In a time like this, with the country beaten down by a terrible economy, high unemployment rates and a dwindling sense of national pride it just might take a team like this to show us that there's always hope. Many are drawing parallels between the 2010 Hawks and the 1980 US hockey team. I'd say that's a little unfair, I mean the Miracle on Ice team got to practice together for months while the Hawks have only had Mike Williams at 100% for less than half the season. Obviously the Saints are a formidable foe who won't go down without a fight. I guess it just comes down to one question: Do you believe in miracles? As for me? No. But I believe in this country, and in turn, I believe in this team.

Seahawks 24-21

New York Jets @ Indianapolis

It should be interesting to see how the Colts perform after actually having to exert themselves fully for 16 games. I was ready to pick against Indy when I assumed they would be playing the Ravens, but now that they've avoided the wrath of Joe "Flack-Man" Flacco I think I'll stick with Manning.

Colts 19-13


Baltimore @ Kansas City

This is Joe Flacco's 3rd season in the league, he's been to the playoffs every year, and yet he's never played a postseason game at home. This will be the Flack-Man's 6th consecutive road playoff game and so far he's done pretty well, putting together a 3-2 record. On the flip side the Chiefs have lost their last 3 home playoff games. That's a recipe for disaster, especially when you're going up against the Flack-Man. All of this would probably lead you to believe that I'm taking the Ravens in this game wouldn't it? Good, we're on the same page then, I'm taking the Ravens.

Ravens 17-14

Green Bay @ Philadelphia

There's a lot of buzz around Aaron Rodgers and the Packers heading into the playoffs, but one thing I've learned from my days as a beekeeper is that if there's too much of a buzz, you should head in the other direction.

Eagles 30-27

I always liked you Keshawn


you too Eric Allen:




Matt Hasselbeck is our starting QB

Dearest Matt,

I am writing this blog post to you as you prepare for Saturday. And I've hidden it in the one place you would turn to in a moment of great desperation (henrycottosmustache.com). I know you go with the weight of what has happened (this season) on your shoulders. And I know the only person who can ever take it off is you. Sorry to be so dramatic, but these are dramatic times, are they not?

Please don't give up, Matt. Because all we really need to survive is one sports blog that truly loves us.

And you have it. We will root for you. Always.

We Love you,
Penny... er HCM

I want to go to there.

Looks like Seattle has a new (well i just found out about it) eatery and it's owned and operated by a Seattle living legend...

If we ever get the Mustacheer convention off the ground it's gotta be here.

A couple of must reads

If you dig Seattle sports you'll want to read these next two articles. And if you don't dig Seattle sports? Well fuck off Bateman.

Here's one from Page 2 by David Schoenfeld on the Seahawks:


and one from my new favorite sportswriter Fran Blinebury (hell, I'm considering putting him on the heroes list already) on the why the NBA (I was surprised it still existed too) should do us right:


oh yeah and don't forget... Seahawks tailgate and weight loss challenge. Get on it Mustacheers.


We begin our second Superbowl run...

And so it begins...

You want analysis? You came to the wrong site. Saturday the Seahawks begin their march to immortality by beating the fucking shit out of the Saints. Next we eliminate the Bears in Chicago and then take care of business back home against the Packers.

It's an exciting time to be a Seahawks fan in 2011. We get to root for the greatest team of all time!

Any group of showboating dickheads can get to 14-2. It takes real balls to sneak into the playoffs at 7-9. GRAPEFRUITS!!!! I tried to find a clip of Vinny Mac saying this but all I found was this.)

Join us for the official start to the celebration this Saturday at roughly 10:00AM on Pier 48. (BUT NO PARKING... so park somewhere else and meet us there). You'll have photo ops with 2 of the 4 Party hosts and I'm sure you'll be able to meet and greet many other Mustacheers. All are welcome, except for pussy-ass Saint fans. SINNERS ONLY BABY... MUWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! (I'm sticking my tongue out right now waggling it around doing devil horns with my hands... fuck it... I'll just post the video...)

See ya there. GO SEAHAWKS!!!


HCM Weight Loss Challenge

Submit your entries before the end of the week... otherwise... you lose before you even started. Losers.