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Divorces are messy, Dave, and I'm not talking about the marriage kind. Just ask Wade Davis or Josh McDaniels -- there's almost no way to plan for that event. It would be like planning for an early demise. With separation comes adjustment, with adjustment comes hiccups, and with hiccups come stupid pieces of advice like "hold your breath for 10 seconds," or "you need someone to scare you."
Honestly, how many people thought with John Skelton starting at QB, Arizona would manage a single touchdown, more or less three? Feely accounted for 25 of Arizona's 43 points, and if you actually had him in your lineup you received more than 28 points, or the same amount the entire Green Bay rushing attack provided all season. By the way, am I the only one that saw Mike Singletary channeling Mike Tyson in Monday's press conference? Add a slightly higher pitch and just a tad more lisp and I swear we have the same guy.
So this is where Dave and I say, "Goodbye." Good thing we're not into long drawn-out speeches about the loneliness that follows any separation.
We're not going to sink into that initial depression that follows an ending, where our minds goes on countless tangents about what this really means about we as a writing team ...
We're not about to sit here and ramble on and on about how thankful we are to our parents, our readers, our editors, etc.
I can't. How's "so long"?