Law Firm Pulls A Tonya Harding

Enjoying actually seeing the field for significant time, BenJarvus Green-Ellis makes sure Fred Taylor doesn’t see the field soon by hiring an ex-teammate from Ole Miss to crash a SUV into Taylor’s Mercedes. The injuries to Taylor are currently unknown and the Patriots aren’t letting any information out. When confronted by a Boston reporter at his home late Friday night, Green-Ellis gave the middle finger to the camera and walked into his home.

Okay, this is my attempt at an article like what The Onion puts out. If you haven’t visited their site, I highly recommend it. If you don’t know what The Onion is, than let me say this, the story is FAKE.

That being said, Taylor is out again this week and could be out for awhile according to NFL.com. Like most teams, the Patriots aren’t giving any information out involving the length of time he will sit out. Green-Ellis should benefit greatly and should start in most fantasy leagues. Based on what he did last week, he could also be good trade bait if you are already extremely deep at RB.

And if you’re playing me this week, Be Afraid.

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4 Responses to Law Firm Pulls A Tonya Harding

  1. carpet doughnut says:

    it’s you’re not your.

  2. balladeer says:

    I’ve taken a look around your blog and I really like it! I’m glad you aren’t as humorless as some Fantasy bloggers can be. Your mentioning The Onion is a funny coincidence because I always describe my own blog as “A sports version of The Onion and Dave Barry”. The cliche about great minds thinking alike is still valid I guess!

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