From Brett Favre to this!?

Whats the football equivalent of this?

What's the football equivalent of this?

So Green Bay must really be desperate. This is bad, this is scraping the bottom of the barrel. I don’t care if he was an All-American in high school, there is no way that Greg Paulus can help the Green Bay Packers unless they’re looking for less athletic players. Honestly, the only thing that was getting me through the end of the Duke season was that I wasn’t going to have to see Greg Paulus until he inevitably ended up on the bench as one of Coach K’s diminutive assistants. But now, if I have to see this guy on my sacred NFL Sundays I might just axe somebody. Really, I mean it. Avoid me.

UPDATE: It appears that Greg Paulus has visited Michigan and talked about potentially playing quarterback for them. This is starting to become a little less insane, but lets note this commentary. Duke football, yes Duke football has not shown interest in Paulus at the quarterback position, but Michigan has. I can’t tell if this is a compliment to the state of Duke football or a sad commentary on Michigan football. 5 years ago would Duke have ever not shown interest in a player Michigan was interested in? Nope, never. Lets blame this on Rich Rodriguez because he’s such an easy target.


3 Responses to From Brett Favre to this!?

  1. John says:

    I blame this on Obama.

  2. Andrew says:

    Interestingly enough, it occurred to me that this could partly be Obama’s fault. When Reggie Love first left Duke he tried out for the NFL as a WR, with, drumroll please…. the Green Bay Packers. Think maybe that there’s a Duke connection? Its possible.

  3. […] is now a major headliner on and its not because Dickie V slurped him off. I updated the previous post this morning regarding his visit to Michigan, with subsequent commentary about how Duke isn’t […]

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