Peter King Feels “Jerked” Around

April 25th, 2012

Popcorn-munching,coffee-slurpingfried-chicken-eatingoatmeal-lovingbeer-chugging Peter King, famous for his decades of NFL coverage in Sports Illustrated and now on NBC Sports, is about as burned out on draft smokescreens, rumors and speculation as Joe is.

In fact, King seems a lot more frustrated and resorted to a group masturbation reference on his Twitter account regarding the endless Trent Richardson chatter.

Joe tries to run a dysfunctional family website,  but this was too funny for Joe to pass up. And now Joe has a new hyphenated adjective to decribe King! (See opening paragraph).

There’s another 27 hours until the draft. Joe wonders what the madness will lead King to Twitter next?

30 Responses to “Peter King Feels “Jerked” Around”

  1. NJBucsFan Says:

    Wow…he dropped circle jerk huh…speaking of circle jerks I just watched a lame segment on BSPN where they mached the Vikings draft room and had the Bucs trade the first, third and fifth round picks go move up to 3. It was really bad.

  2. raphael Says:

    sounds like there is about to be a huge,fat,popcorn munching MELT DOWN ! ….lol

  3. Thinker Says:

    Dear Mr. King,

    Now you know how we felt about your ad nauseum, mancrush coverage of Brett Farve in his later years.

  4. SteveK Says:

    Dear Peter King,

    You look like Mike Golic, only uglier and worse at football talk.

  5. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    I thnk the Bucs will supply the first “WTF did they just do” moment in tomorrow’s NFL draft. If Claiborne is gone, please find a trading partner to draft down.

  6. raphael Says:

    nope…trade up and get richardson, just don’t spend much …

  7. jvato24 Says:

    Funny everyone thinks we trade with the Vikings when we have traded with the Browns multiple times.

  8. NJBucsFan Says:

    I like trading down if no Claiborne.

  9. SensibleBuc Says:

    @ jvato24

    The Browns want T-Rich as much as we do. Why would they trade with us?

  10. jvato24 Says:

    Say they have Trent Richardson as a 9.3 rating and Justin Blackmon at 9.0 and can gain a 3rd rd pick and still get Blackmon.

    You never know … Blackmon was the favorite @ #2 for a long time

  11. SteveK Says:


    Great point!

    Blackmon is going to be hell on defenses in the red zone.

    He is not a burner, but has excellent body control.

    He is even better then Dez Bryant, and hopefully twice as smart.

  12. Picked Off Says:

    Joe – Thank you for posting this. I missed his tweet and this just made my laugh my @$$ off for the past 5 minutes. Appreciate the pick-me-up!

  13. RastaMon Says:

    Here is a mirror Joe…Rachel Waston…

  14. SensibleBuc Says:

    @ jvato24

    Nah. No thanks.

    1) T-Rich is an elite prospect. Blackmon? Not so sure. Is he a true #1? How much better is he than Floyd? How much of an impact can non-kick returning, non-burner who doesn’t have elite size have at wideout? How is he going to handle coming up from the weak-defending Big 12 to the NFL?

    2) Look at the Brownies roster. They’ve got Montario Hardesty (4th rounder) as their starting back and Greg Little/Mo Massaquoi (2 2nd rounders). From a cap number standpoint and a talent standpoint, the gap in talent between T-Rich & Hardesty is much bigger than the talent gap between Blackmon and the 2 receivers.

    3) The Browns, like us, need a guy that can be THE guy. The Browns roster, like us, is full of B- to C+ players. They need an elite game changer-type guy or they’ll stay stuck in the mire of their mediocrity.

    If Blackmon was the next Megatron, then the decision would be more difficult but I’ve got too many questions about Blackmon to risk passing on T-Rich to acquire an extra pick that will probably just be a solid starter.

  15. Have A Nice Day Says:

    Popcorn-munching, coffee-slurping, fried-chicken-eating, oatmeal-loving, beer-chugging, circle-jerking Peter King….

    So awesome.

  16. Thomas2.2 Says:

    The truth:

    Most teams have T Rich rated 9.3, and Kalil and Claiborne between 8.5-8.7.

    Consequently, there is tremendous interest in T Rich, and lukewarm interest in Mo and Kalil in the 3-5 range.

    I am starting to warm to the idea of J Blackmon, irrespective of Claiborne’s status, if I am right and T rich is gone.

    This would require honesty by Dom that Mike Will and Benn are nothing more than 3rd or 4th receivers – which would be encouraging that Dom has matured – but unlikely as pop star is unlikely to have this objective character.

  17. ben Says:

    its gonna be keuchly, every other pick is a luxury , this is a need filled by the best player at that position and best drop cover mlb most scouts have ever seen, mason struggled in coverage, we have dbs and rbs that are at least serviceable, we have 3 lbs that played like crap last year and only 2 of them and no replacements. its a no brainer, you can get role player db and rbs in rounds 2 and 3. you need an impact player at mlb and he will be there at 5. you could possibly get some chatter with the other teams interested in the a&m qb to dangle that carrot in front of miami so they move up so they dont miss out again on a qb still get him at 8 and pick up another pick, which would be the ideal situation. claiborne and richardson are more than likely both gone and with the holes we need to fill you dont trade up when we are already short a 4th round pick

  18. Pete Dutcher Says:

    raphael Says: April 25th, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    nope…trade up and get richardson, just don’t spend much …


    May as well ask to win the lottery.

    If Dominick trades up he may just lose my support. It would mortgage the teams future and would show he’s not good at his job.

    I can see standing pat. I can see trading down. I can see taking any of the three who falls to us..but trading up would be a HUGE mistake.

  19. The Duther Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    I have too many devices in my life. Gonna take a few days to get my name change on all of them. Lol.

  20. raphael Says:

    @pete would swapping pics and giving a 3rd pick next year mortgage the future ? it would not effect this years draft …

  21. eric Says:

    We suck so bad anybody is bound to help.

    I never wanna meet King.

  22. OptimisTroll Says:

    I have a stupid idea:

    Let’s trade our first round pick with the colts first round and throw in 1st rounders the next two years.

    After that, we then draft Luke Kuechly.

    We did that to demonstrate how important he is to the Bucs.

  23. OptimisTroll Says:

    As a bonus, MD could screw over the next GM.

  24. Eric Says:

    TR, MC both gone when Bucs pick at 5, they should take Mark Barron, we need a stud S like him.

  25. @eric Says:

    Mark Barron solid choice.

  26. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:


    It would take more than a third and we are already down a forth rounder. We would end up giving our second as well…resulting in only one good pick this year. THAT is morgaging the future.

  27. DAN Says:

    thank you dutcher, i tried reasoning with him earlier, he seemed to think second and third in next years draft would be enough… glad someone else sees sense


    This team needs MORE draft picks, not less. Ronde won’t be around much longer. At some point, reality will settle in on what little Quincy Black brings to the table, there will be unexpected injuries, etc.

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