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Week 7 prep begins!

How could I possibly stay at home and try to watch yesterday's games when my other option was to take this adorable munchkin to a pumpkin patch? The obligatory pumpkin patch trip was a mixture of pure fun and grumpy toddler wrangling as expected. But we listened to some games on the drive to/from the farm and I caught a chunk of the Cowboys v Pats, plus of course last night's game...which was just absolutely uninteresting to me. Sorry Bears and Vikings fans but last night's game was nothing but a big ol' yawn. Much better slate of games on earlier in the day that I would've liked to see in the SNF slot. Anyway, probably needless to say, thanks to our pumpkin excursion I really need the game recaps linked below yet again this week.

I'm assuming you're all sick of the coach news with the post-game rumble between Harbaugh and Schwartz and poor Sean Payton's injury woes, but wanted to get you caught up on that scene in case you need that news still for water cooler chatter. Both links go to videos, though frankly watching the Payton knee video somehow just seems like bad karma.

On to the Week 6 linkage...


Anonymous said…
You know what drives me crazy? When fantasy football sites write articles and make you click through 10 pages to read the whole thing. When I see "pages 1 of 10," I say adios fantasy football site!
Anonymous said…
So So True.
I know, I find it frustrating, too, and have shared your thoughts with some sites, but would suggest you voice your complaints directly with the offending websites.
Carini said…
Cute pic of your little one.

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