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God Denies Involvement in Steve Johnson Drop

Nov 30, 2010

BALI - God disavowed today any involvement in Steve Johnson's dropped pass which cost the Buffalo Bills an overtime victory Sunday over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
“I quit taking an active role in the fortunes of the Buffalo Bills after Super Bowl XXV,”  said The Big Guy in a brief interview with eTrueSports. "Scott Norwood? I'll never forgive him."
God went on to say that he believed Johnson "should stop blaming others and look in the mirror."
"Whatever," commented Johnson from Los Angeles where he is wrapping up a deal with Warner Brothers for Why So Serious?, a biopic inspired by his life.

"We're going with Will Smith playing me," explained Johnson.

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Reader Responses
Nov 30, 2010 10:57 PM
Blake
if you're a writer with of one of their checks get to the bank at 9 am.
Nov 30, 2010 10:41 PM
Kimbo

Tex's post is funny and wise. Has eTrueSports finally decided to pay writers?

Nov 30, 2010 3:09 PM
Brooklyn, Texas

Loved the article. I'd like to add my two cents. Personally I can't stand when all these athletes look heavenward when they do something good. Whatever happened to Vince Lombardi's quote about how to behave after scoring a touchdown: "Act like you've been there before." Jim Brown the greatest back of all time, just dropped the ball. No dancing, spiking, juking, no thanking God. God does not control what happens in a football game. Or any game for that matter. Or anything that happens "down here".  If he did influence things there would be no 9/11, no Nagasaki, no Paris Hilton. Wez on our own folks. So let's cut back on the celebrating and confine it to when it matters - the birth of a child, buying your first house, your first kiss with Adele Musacchio. (never happened but one time I came close) The fault dear Brutus is not in the stars but in ourselves." Someone a lot smarter than me said that.

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