7.18.2007

Jerry, Draft This Man!



These pics were all over the sports blogs today. That's University of Arkansas running back Darren McFadden who is expected to be the #1 pick in next year's draft.

Dallas needs him here. Badly. And I am soooo getting me one of those cars for my rides to Jacksboro.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

The black man's version of the good ole Bubba truck.

Anonymous said...

A good car for driving on Decatur's messed up streets. Maybe the mayor can use it to drive around and look for tall grass.

Anonymous said...

Looks like his ride has been pimped.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Peterson got a Lexus from OU and McFadden got...that...at Arkansas. It pay$ to go to the right university. Of course, I doubt that Arkansas bought it for him & even if they did, it can't amount to much of a violation.

Anonymous said...

I don't care if this guy drives the Oscar Meyer Wiene truck.The way he runs the ball I'll throw a party if the Cowboys are lucky enough to get him.

Anonymous said...

Looks like he has way more money than brains. Next we'll see him on cops wondering why he got pulled over. I think he would be perfect for the Cowboys, with all the extra pro football money he can get a four wheel drive 1979 caddy. then he'd be pimpin big daddy style

Anonymous said...

Dang Barry, I didn't know Jerry J. himself read your blog. 9:15 must be him. Thats the same thinking that got us Sanders,Owens and Carter. They all worked out REAL well.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if he ever passes through Wise County.

He could have a seat in our new modernized waiting facility while we repaint it white and put a light bar on top.

Anonymous said...

GO HOGS!

Anonymous said...

He looks like a candidate for the Jasper drag races.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it amazing that in some pro sports (mostly team sports) you get paid millions before anyone knows if you can actually do the job you've been hired to do? Anyway, we're all the idiots for enabling it to happen.

Anonymous said...

4:31--- Good observation. I quit supporting it, and all things TV 20 years ago. And guess what? My quality of life did not diminish, on the contrary. That whole scene is the very essence of irrelevance and that photo shows it.