You heard me.
And, yeah, until about 24 hours ago, I had never heard of it either. Apparently it’s part of your knee, and mine is tweaked. And it hurts.
If you’re among our friends that live the Northeast, well let’s face it, you’re more than likely not reading this at the moment. And I can sympathize; my only remaining memories of New Jersey are as a lad of 6, shivering at the bus stop, waiting for the snot in my nose freeze, which took no time at all.
But that was a long time ago. Today, I’m trying to figure out what to do with this windfall of electricity I’m currently enjoying south of the Mason Dixon line. I’m also trying to figure out negative fantasy football this past week.
The Rams did what? Yep. They brought their own Iliotibial Band Syndrome on the Saints and won me my game.
Early Sunday, looking at the adversary’s line up consisting of the Rams defense and Tebow at QB, I mentally wrote this week off as a loss. I grabbed Matt Moore as I mentioned, and I ended up swapping out my defense to Jacksonville at the last minute: I was spending the day with a buddy of mine who is a Texans fan (I can’t win lottery, but I know a Texans fan), and it was kind of a sympathy thing. And of course, there was no way I was beating the adversary.
Reality: I could have started Tom Brady and beaten the adversary. The Rams’ defense alone was worth 23 points…. I will of course, take the win, and mock him accordingly.
As it’s Halloween, I feel like I should close with something scary…