Kurt Warner Misses Jesus at Super Bowl

2 Feb

After the NFC Championship game, Kurt Warner thanked Jesus for his performance and the Arizona Cardinals’ win. In yesterday’s Super Bowl, Warner was nearly great, throwing for 377 yards and three touchdowns.  But he also gakked up a game-changing interception for a Steeler TD at the end of the first half and then fumbled in the closing seconds when heaving a Hail Mary to god-like wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald could have provided victory.  In post-game remarks, Kurt did not thank Jesus for this lesson in humility.

The question remains, why would Jesus abandon one of his biggest supporters in his time of need?  Perhaps Jesus was worn out from nefariously influencing NBC executives into banning PETA’s harmless “Vegetarians Have Better Sex” commercial.   While NBC’s shows are populated with hot actresses (the awesome Friday Night Lights anyone?), apparently they are not allowed on-screen with broccoli, asparagus, and pumpkins.  Irregardless, the Hangover hopes that the meat-eating, having-lousy-sex citizens of Pittsburgh are enjoying themselves.   

As for the rest of us, time to start ordering salads:


2 Responses to “Kurt Warner Misses Jesus at Super Bowl”

  1. aaron, of course February 2, 2009 at 3:16 pm #

    Not only did he miss Jesus, but he also missed Fitgerald wide open in the end zone on the play where he got picked off.

    And that PETA add sucks. Actually, PETA sucks! Eat more meat!

  2. Chilly Nate February 3, 2009 at 1:01 pm #

    Jesus Mary Joseph HO, you’re all over the place on this one. At first it appears that you’re bashing bible thumping Kurt Warner for his faith and thanks to God, and then you do a 180 and complain that the NBC executives banned PETA’s harmless “Vegetarians Have Better Sex” commercial. Needless to say you were not home with the wife and kids watching the game as a FAMILY.
    I would like to thank the NBC executives for sticking to there “Janet Jackson” rule of thumb.
    Doritos anyone?

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