- Last Updated: 4:07 AM, November 30, 2012
- Posted: 12:31 AM, November 30, 2012
Hondo sat out Black Friday but was all in on Dismal Sunday, going 3-8-1 and wrapping up the week with a Blezow-ishly brutal 5-9-2 mark. However, it could have been worse, as Paul “4-10-2” Schwartz surely would testify.
As for Week 13, first-time grandpa Mr. Aitch hopes to bounce back and make Emily Grace — his second-but-equal heir’s rugged 1-foot, 7-inch, 7-pound heiress — proud with the following:
Jets over Cardinals: There’s no reason to write up a Jets’ rear in review or make any cheeky comments here in the wake of The Great Arse Farce of 2012. Chances are that, with the butt fumble behind them, Sanchez, Moore and the rest of Gang Green have bottomed out. Thus, Hondo expects them to flex their glutes and flush the Cardinals.
If nothing else, the drubbing by the Patriots gave Rex Ryan an opportunity to give Sanchez another vote of confidence. The only person who gets as much protection from his boss as Sanchez is another grossly overpaid New Yorker, Matt Lauer, the $25M anchor who has Curry’d no favor at “Today.”
This just in: Sanchez and Moore have been voted to the Pro Bowel team.
“Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones says please stop watching the Jets.
Bears over Seahawks: Chicago WR Brandon Marshall, commenting on players using PEDs, says some are using Viagra . That could be problematic in that it could tip off your opponent as to which way you’re going on pass patterns.
Vikings over Packers: Emauler Ed Buckmir says one way or another Lindsay Lohan has violated her parole, whether it was by Wednesday night’s alleged punchout of a woman in a club or by her performance in “Liz and Dick,” which critics say was borderline criminal.
49ers over Rams: House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said she has no intention of retiring even though she is 72 years old — and rightfully so. After all, her face is probably still only a teenager.
Chiefs over Panthers: Hondo’s second-but-equal heir points out that the Post Office may cut back to five work days per week, which not only would increase efficiency but also reduce everyone’s chances by one-sixth of being stamped out by someone going postal.
Lions over Colts: Ndamukong Suh doesn’t understand what all the fuss was about after he was caught kicking Texan QB Matt Schaub in the groin on Thanksgiving Day. The Lions’ cheap-shot artist says he was just doing his job — going for a sack.
If nothing else, The Suh Kick is becoming a Thanksgiving tradition that’s right up there with the turkey dinner, the Macy’s Parade and abandoning your family at night for some pre-Black Friday shopping.Follow @NYPostsports