Redskins' preseason win earns 12 pizza toppings
Alert...alert....alert....Preseason football games may contain as much deep and eternal meaning as a buttercream cupcake, but even if they don't count in the standings, they count for free toppings. Six touchdowns and a preseason win means 12 free toppings. See above. Web images don't lie.
Near as my research assistant Paul Tenorio and I can tell, this is the first time the Redskins have scored at least six touchdowns in a win since October 23, 2005, when they stomped on the 49ers, 52-17. That's nearly five years ago, and yet most of the touchdown scorers from that day -- Clinton Portis (3), Mike Sellers (2) and Santana Moss (1) -- are still on the roster. Rock Cartwright got the seventh, which presumably yielded a 13th and 14th free topping, if they go that high.
The point is, you'd better think positive things about the front office while you're peeling your Hickory-Smoked Bacon off the little sandwich of Fresh-Sliced Roma Tomatoes and Grilled All-White Chicken snuggled up underneath a blanked of extra cheese. No telling when this day might come again.
Thanks to Reader David H. for the tip.
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