Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Football and the FBI

I saw a story on tv the other day that struck me funny. It seems that the Houston Texans football team was visited by the FBI. Actually the FBI was there to try to recruit the players to join the FBI after their playing days are over. Why wait? The FBI could put the whole team in undercover operations. After all, the team did masquerade as a pro football team last year. They could work in counter-intelligence. But the defense could not counter the other teams offense so that may be out. Or David Carr could work on the kidnap team, finding people who have been kidnapped and transported across state lines. On the other hand, that may not be such a good idea. If he couldn't find a receiver in less than 100 yards, how could he find someone in another state?

Maybe some of the players will consider a future in government service with the FBI. But what does that say about the FBI?


Anonymous said...

Funny post. I'll trade our crappy 49ers for your crappy Texans. We probably wouldn't notice...