Media Assures McNabb Criticism of Bulger is Forthcoming

PHILADELPHIA — (BP). Updated September 24, 2007. Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb reports receiving ironclad assurances from all white media and Jason Whitlock/Jemele Hill that criticism of struggling St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger is forthcoming. McNabb did not elaborate on the timing, volume or tenor of the national onslaught to be directed at the Rams passer. Bulger and the Rams managed only 3 fourth-quarter points on Sunday in a contest against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa Bay prevailed 24-3.

Bulger, a seventh-year player from West Virginia, inherited two of most valuable pieces from “The Greatest Show of Turf” – wide receivers Tory Holt and Isaac Bruce. He also signed a six-year $65 million contract, of which $27 million is guaranteed. With the maturation of Steven Jackson and the addition of Drew Bennett, Rams fans had high expectations for an offense that has been among the league’s best for almost a decade. Last season, Bulger played alongside McNabb’s new favorite target, Kevin Curtis. Yesterday, Curtis scorched the Linc for 200+ receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in the Eagles 56-21 declawing of Detroit’s steel blue pussy cats. In 2006, Bulger passed for 4,300 yards and posted a 3:1 touchdown to interception ratio.

Through 3 games this season, the Rams have amassed 32 points. Bulger has passed for only 651 yards and has thrown 3 interceptions. The Rams are winless.

As of this morning, there were national media reports blasting Bulger for his play over the first three weeks. Famed Sports Illustrated white supremacist Peter King cited his depleted Viagra stash as the “why” behind his limp advice to fantasy football owners to trade Bulger. There was no such advice for the Rams – and no critique of Bulger – yet.

After McNabb’s performance yesterday, he has promised nothing will change. He will be as confusing and inarticulate in confronting white supremacy in sports and media as before. He has also pledged to stick to his time line of raising superficial “racial issues” once every 8 years, 2 months and 10 days. The Eagles QB also revealed he had received an invitation for a stop over during his planned sojourn to the Brett Favre Shrine of All Things QB in Mississippi. The Republic of New Afrika has extended an invitation (no Campbell’s soup) to McNabb to study in Jackson and “get his PR game together.” No word on the status of his response.

Addendum: ESPN, FOX, the NFL Network (only the white announcers), the New York Times, the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times will all be weighing in on Bulger over the next 3 to 5 days.



  1. Actually, I’m not making fun of the statements McNabb made at all. Not in any way shape or form. I am making fun of the absurd, ahistorical coverage his comments received by a biased national press corps. In point of fact, each word of what he said was accurate.

    If his comments were perceived as whining, it has everything to do with those “Race Rules” I posted earlier in the week. The same perspective which McNabb expressed has been voiced by white commentators for decades without as much as a word offered in rebuttal. Check the rules, then check why you feel McNabb deserves to be made fun of.

  2. I hope that someday people learn how to spell the Rams’ SteVen Jackson right instead of concocting the Golden State Warriors Stephen Jackson in, instead.

    Oh, and I didn’t mean to make that sound bitter (hopefully it didn’t.) While I am a bitter, ticked off Rams fan, I felt I would do some good ol’ correcting today.

  3. hilarious
    bulger is being criticized so much now in st louis its not even funny. Fans are even calling for Ferrote to come in.
    QB’s get criticized. It comes with the territory. If bulger played in philly, it would be ten times worse than here in st louis.


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