"Who needs a kicker when you have a defense like this, am I right?" asked Nagy, as he nonchalantly shook a black Magic 8 ball in his hand.
Following their 41-9 defeat to the Chicago Bears, the ownership of the rebuilding Buffalo Bills has admitted that the team is still many years away from losing another Super Bowl.
The Bears defense, with its NFC-leading 11 interceptions, has spent much of the week preparing for how they'll celebrate their pick-sixes against the struggling Bills and their awful backup QB Nathan Peterman.
“Whether it’s entering the game due to an injury, poor performance, a blowout, or a combination of all three, this could be a great redemption opportunity for me," said Barkley. "Just look at what Nick Mullens did from the third string for the Niners Thursday night.”
"Mitch only over- or under-threw us on about half his passes," said WR Anthony Miller who was able to catch three of the seven passes thrown his way, including one for a TD. "That's way better than what we've seen so far this season. It's refreshing."
Unfortunately for Chicago, the Bears couldn't overcome Nagy's bizarre play-calling and lost to Miami in OT 31-28, tax and tip not included.