I LOVE Norval’s Response to Rex Ryan’s Big Fat Mouth

Norval. Tell me that’s not the least intimidating face in the history of NFL head coaches. Sexy Rexy is clearly not intimated by it. When I heard Rex’s comments yesterday, I made a few things clear: 1.) Rex needs to keep his damn mouth shut. 2.) Although, we’ll never really know, I agree that he probably would’ve won a couple Super Bowls if he was the Chargers coach. We were stacked. 3.) I wish Rex was the Chargers coach.

All that said, you take what you’ve got, and you deal with it. We, as Chargers fans, have Norval. Deal with it. Just because I wish the Bolts had hired Rex when they had the chance doesn’t mean I don’t support Norv because he’s here…I do. I especially support more comments like this. When told that Rex said he’d have won multiple Super Bowls if he were the Chargers’ coach, Norv had this to say. “I hadn’t seen his quote and I was a little bit surprised by the call,” Turner said. “And then after I saw the quote, I didn’t have a chance to ask him this, but I was wondering if he had those rings with the ones he’s guaranteed the last couple of years.” Boom, roasted. Love it. Good work, Norval.

Now it’s time to get fired up for this post-game handshake, right? Yeah, right… win or lose, Norv’s never gonna do a damn thing that’s not perfectly appropriate in a post-game handshake. No hard shakes. Although, take a look at this pic I put up yesterday…

Doesn’t it kind of look like Norv’s giving Rex the ole “take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape!” look? I know he’s not, but it sure looks like it. I hope the Bolts absolutely crush the Jets this weekend and that clown Fireman Ed or whatever the hell his name is… leads a chant, “FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!” for the post-game hand shake.

-bp

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