Brad Childress Spending Monday Working on Resume

Funny story written by UWGB-Beek

Monday, 25 October 2010

Minneapolis, MN--Brad Childress told reporters after the game on Sunday night that he was going to work on his resume.

"I really sold my soul to the devil this time. I wanted Favre to play one more year, but little did I know he was going to throw touchdown passes to both teams." Childress told reporters.

"I know he is old, and yes, I am going to say that I thought about benching Favre, but lets get real. You know the guys backing him up are so bad that I could do a better job than them," Childress added.

The Vikings coach was clearly upset over the loss. He tried to reflect any blame being put on him for the loss.

"I could have done more towards the end of the second quarter, but I decided against it. I know we could have gotten close enough for Ryan Longwell to kick a field goal, but I really needed to pee, so I made sure the clock ran out." Childress said.

The coach was asked what he was going to do on Monday to fix the situation.

"I am going to work on my resume. I have a feeling that no matter what I do this season my job is gone. I let the team slip out of my hands and into the hands of an quarterback that can tear your heart out with one bad throw."

Childress did look like he was struggling for the right words. The right words that might inspire his team to finish the season strong, but he couldn't.

"Do you think I can include my years as an Eagles assistant on my resume?" Childress said with tears in is his eyes.

The Viking players were a little upset with the coach for trying to throw their hero Brett Favre under the bus, so they didn't have any comments for this story.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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