Father Dungy: Season Will Start On Time

June 17th, 2011

It’s not difficult to see how society is affected by this asinine lockout. People are grumpier, on edge. Pets cower in corners. Bartenders are wont to pour drinks in plastic cups for fear of what patrons can and will do with glasses.

As the days count down to July when training camps would start, NFL fans grow more anxious. Irritated. Angry.

Even with Father’s Day mere hours away, Joe’s good friend Justin Pawlowski can’t forget the asinine lockout. He even spoke about it with Father Dungy yesterday, (Justin will play the interview on his show Saturday in its entirety — wait a minute, the Clear Channel gods have seen fit to clear air time for Justin Saturday? Yes!)

Justin offers an excerpt on his site of the Father Dungy interview.

Commish: “With Father’s Day tomorrow, my dad and I have used Bucs home games as a way to bond over time as he has taken me to games with him since I was 2 years old, and we haven’t missed any in that time. Please tell me that this lockout is not going to hinder that streak.”

Father Dungy: “No, You might miss a preseason game, but you won’t miss a regular game.”

Joe’s not even going to guess when this asinine lockout ends and won’t even try to entertain when it will end. No need for Joe to get his hopes up.

Just wake Joe up when free agency or training camp starts, huh?

6 Responses to “Father Dungy: Season Will Start On Time”

  1. Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    I could not imagine a season w/o NFL Football, and I agree with Tony Dungy.

  2. Buc N' A Says:

    I’m with ya Joe. So over all this BS. I just try to ignore it all (with the exception of a lone article on Joebucsfan.com) Wake me when it’s over is right. Until then it’s all pointless speculation and mind games. If there is no football this season so be it. I’ll save a ton of money on alcohol because I won’t have to go to a bar every Sunday to watch the boys. Plus a full refund on my season tickets. Hey this ain’t so bad. Extra cash!! (Cash-the NFL could have had BTW) When does that new Wii U come out? ; )

  3. OAR Says:

    NFL = No Football, Lingering

  4. Joe Says:


    There will be football this fall.

  5. OAR Says:

    Sweet! That should make for the best football, with no, or atleast a very limited, training camp!

  6. Patrick Says:

    It’s gonna suck even more if both NFL and NBA don’t have seasons. Then we’re gonna be stuck with just baseball. Man that’s gonna suck!