Well, Pittsburgh football fans, I guess you already know that the Steelers lost 20 to 10 to the Cincinnati Bengals last night on Monday Night Football. The patrons at Armand’s in Little Italy and the hosts and the callers of the radio sports show that I listen to were right.
I think we can all agreed that the offensive line is a large part of the problem. Let’s just admit that the next couple of years may be rebuilding years for the Steelers.
The Chicago Bears come to town Sunday night. The Bears are supposed to be a good football team. Not a great football team. Just a good football team. And what is the opinion of the patrons at Armand’s and the hosts and the callers of the radio sports show that I listen to of the Steelers chances of beating the Bears?
There is a real possibility that the Steelers will begin this football season 0 and 3.
Crock Pot Cooking
Hello, bloggers, poets, readers and writers from all over the world. The Old Soldier is doing well. I have several turkey necks in the crock pot. It’s a sunny day, the high will be around 70. I think I’ll return my books to the public library and pick up some more.
Welcome to my little blog about flash fiction, writing and sex; but as this blog post demonstrates this blog is about a lot more than flash fiction, writing and sex. So, come back often. My little blog is updated nearly every day.
Are you a poet or a writer? Submissions will re-open in December. Let me suggest that you familiarize yourself with this blog if you would like to see your work here. This is a paying market. Don’t submit blindly, because you only get one chance each reading period.
You are up against increasingly stiff competition. Start off by reading and following the submissions guidelines. And then in December send in your best.
Keep reading and keep writing and good luck.
- Steelers Offense Has Gone From ‘Dink-And-Dunk’ To ‘Chunk-And-Clunk’ (steelersdepot.com)
- Steelers Are Terrible (pittsburghflashfictiongazette.com)
- Giovani Bernard scores two TDs as Bengals knock off Steelers (profootballtalk.nbcsports.com)