Happy Friday! Summer is over, school is back in session and professional football is back for another season. So, let’s kick off this Friday with some football jokes.
Two football fans were talking as they approached the stadium before the game…
First fan:”I wish I’d brought the piano to the stadium.”
Second fan: “That’s ridiculous, why would you bring a piano to the football game?”
First fan: “Well, that is where I left the tickets.”
Three Browns fans were talking about the sad state of their team.
The first fan lamented… “I blame the owner; if we could sign better players, we’d be a great team.”
The second fan lamented… “I blame the players; if they made more effort, I’m sure we would score more points.”
The third fan lamented… “I blame my parents; if I had been born someplace else, I’d be rooting for a decent team.”
The Eagles are having a meeting on the eve of a game with the Browns. The coach says, “Look guys, I know the Browns are terrible, but we have to play them or else we get in trouble with the NFL.”
The quarterback chimes in, “I’ve got an idea why don’t you guys all just sleep in, stay at the hotel and relax and let me play them on my own? They’re such a bad team it shouldn’t be a problem.”
“Brilliant Idea!” the coach says. “Let’s do that!”
On the day of the game, the team relaxes by the pool, and the coach decides to check the score. He turns on the television and the announcer says: “It’s the Eagles 7 and the Browns 0 at the end of the 1st quarter.” The whole team cheers.
About 4:00 the coach decides to check the final score. The announcer comes on again. “I can’t believe this but the Browns scored on the final play of the fourth quarter and converted the two points to win 8 to 7!” “What in the world went wrong?!” screams the coach.
He quickly jumps into a cab to the stadium. He rushes in to find the QB sitting in the dressing room with his head in his hands. “Well, what happened?” asks the coach. The QB shakes his head. “I had it all under control,” he says. “Everything was going according to plan, but then I got hurt in the second quarter and had to come out of the game….”
Thought for the Week
Speed, strength, and the inability to register pain immediately. ~Reggie Williams, when asked his greatest strengths as a football player