So Atlanta is pretty horrible, huh.
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Last week, we were treated to a rare Monda night game that looked good on paper and it ended up being a disgusting blowout, so since we already know this match-up sucks, hopefully the complete opposite holds true.
Poor Geno Smith.
Jay Z is one to not let you forget that he once kinda/sorta/maybe sold drugs back in the 90s.
For a few weeks, it was uncertain whether Geno Smith would make it as a Jets quarterback, but at last he has a turnover for a touchdown so breathtakingly stupid that there is no longer any doubt.
As we will be frequently reminded over the course of the evening, the last time the Patriots and Jets met on a Thursday, there was a great buttfumbling, a derp that produced punchlines to sustain us for an entire off-season.
Earlier this week, it was reported that second round NFL draft pick Geno Smith had signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation Sports.
It's several months until Geno Smith will even take his first snap in the NFL and he's already become one of the more criticized quarterbacks in the league.
Local media in San Diego is already clowning on Manti Te'o.
I do love that he's sporting a Revis jersey.
Though more than a few analysts had predicted he would be Top 10 pick, Geno Smith sat around all night on Thursday without being selected in the first round of the NFL Draft.
We have a draft where everybody at the top wants to either trade down or grudgingly settle in with the conservative pick of an offensive lineman.
Pro Football Weekly writer Nolan Nawrocki garnered a lot of attention two years ago with a scathing, oddly personal though not entirely inaccurate dismissal of Cam Newton before Ace Boogie was drafted first overall in the 2011 draft.
Throwing arm: Super long Stage name: Geno Smith Full name: Eugene Cyril Smith III Age: 22 Height: 6'3" Weight: 220 Position: Quarterback Year: Senior School: West Virginia Major: English Twitter: @GenoSmith_12 What his Twitter account tells us: Either he's boring as hell, or he already has some PR help.
In Friday’s Watch This, I wrote that the Ohio State-Michigan State game was one of very few exciting games this weekend, and I admittedly overlooked the West Virginia-Baylor game entirely, even though it was the other matchup of two Top 25 teams.