Everyone Hates Brad Childress
It’s a sad, sad story over in Minnesota…
Wait a second. Nope. It’s fucking hilarious! A laugh riot! A true sign that the scumbags of the world eventually always get their just desserts!
If you haven’t heard by now, trouble is afoot in the Minnesota Vikings organization, also known as the dregs of the NFL. One year after their glory-filled season of milk and honey, the Vikings are working on a complete implosion.
And let me say, it couldn’t happen to a better organization and better fans.
When quarterback Brett Favre isn’t answering questions about slinging pictures of his cock around via text, he’s pissing and moaning about his coach and making excuses about injuries. The team trades for a star wide receiver in Randy Moss, only to cut him after four weeks because he told the owner to fire the coach. The head coach nearly comes to blows with receiver Percy Harvin during a Friday practice. Oh yeah, and the Vikings are 3-5, only getting their third win via a late comeback against the pitiful Arizona Cardinals at home.
In his post-game news conference, coach Brad Childress takes a not-so-veiled shot at Favre and his prima donna attitude.
Lots of good, happy feelings floating around Minneapolis these days.
Here’s the thing, though. As much as we in Packers Nation hate those bottom-feeding, scum-sucking excuses for human beings known as the Minnesota Vikings, they hate Childress more.
What does it mean when the truly detestable detest someone else even more than they’re detested? It’s like an enigma wrapped in a riddle.
Earlier this week, the Chicago Sun Times asked some Vikings players what they thought of Childress. Although no one let the paper print their name, they didn’t hold back in their commentary, either.
”We know that Childress doesn’t have our backs, so why should we have his?” one player said. ”We’re playing for us, and we’re winning despite him.”
Actually, you’re only 3-5, so I don’t know that you’re doing a lot of “winning” there, smart guy.
Anyway, the list goes on, from “he has absolutely no people skills” to complaints about the way Childress bashes players publicly.
Here’s one of my favorites.
”As much as I hate Childress,” another player said, ”I will keep playing.”
It could only have been better if he would have called Childress a pederast.
Also, I have to commend whatever nameless Vikings player this is for continuing to give his all even though he only makes millions of dollars each year to play a game. Way to be classy, guy. I would totally have quit because of my disdain for a single individual already, unless I was making at least, say… $16 million.
Anyway, here’s to hoping the Vikings keep Childress around, a mutiny ensues, the team doesn’t win another game all season, and the whole damn thing implodes.
Man, it gives me a warm, fuzzy feeling all over.
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