Posts Tagged ‘Paul Johnson’


Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Queue the Tony Toni Tone music

Join your 5 favorite radio hosts in The War Room this Thursday, September 8th to celebrate our 1-year anniversary show with us!

Tune in Thursday, September 8th at 6pm ET to hear Jimmy, Aquil, B. Austin, Devin, and Paul take you on a trip down “Memory Lane” to our very first episode from September 9th, 2010 and our favorite moments of our first year on the air!  We’ll also be previewing the 2011 NFL season, which starts directly after the show!  To tune in, go to and click the “Listen Live” button…or dial 323-410-0012 to listen LIVE by phone.

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Dimitri Patterson: The Reincarnation of Izel Jenkins

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011


I never thought that I’d see another Eagles cornerback welcome the kind of egregious abuse that “Toast” Jenkins became famous for as he’d continuously relinquish huge passing plays to opposing receivers, shamelessly being burnt play after play.  Just thinking about that bum incites a strange craving for scrambled eggs, Edd Hipps Turkey Bacon and butta…but I digress.

"Stir Fry"

In a short period of time, Dimitri “Stir Fry” Patterson has cooked himself into the realm of 10th degree burnage reached only by the likes of his predecessor, the aforementioned, Mr. “Toast” Jenkins.

“Stir Fry” Patterson has showcased sloppy footwork, bad angles, deplorable judgment, just plain STUPID decision making, like giving a 10-yard cushion to a receiver standing on your teams 1-yard line, and routinely gets burnt like an albino without sunblock.

A Bowl of Dimitri

So Eagles fans, as you watch the Eagles games and start to feel a strange craving for shrimp fried rice, sushi or kung pao chicken, that’s not your stomach playing tricks on you…it’s the daunting presence of Dimitri “Stir Fry” Patterson resonating through your television screens. Don’t fight it, embrace it.  You’re witnessing history.  We haven’t seen anything like this in roughly 20 years…but if all else fails, arm yourself with a pair of sharp Chop Sticks and watch Dimitri Patterson get ferociously “stir fried”.   

Paul “PJ” Johnson of The War Room, for War Room Sports

The “McBenching” of Donovan

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Do these comments from Mike Shanahan sound familiar Philly fans???  Does this bring back memories of 2-minute drills past?

“(McNabb’s) still our starter.”

“At the end of the game, with Rex knowing how to run the two-minute offense, I felt with the time (left) and no timeouts, he gave us the best chance to win. The terminology, it puts a lot of pressure on the quarterback.

“Everything is sped up when you don’t have timeouts. It’s gotta come automatic. You gotta call a couple plays at the line. You can’t think, you gotta react.  Donovan understands. I don’t think any quarterback likes it, but you gotta make those tough decisions.”

This “McNabb in the clutch” thing is nothing new to those who have actually watched his career with an analytical eye.  Do you all remember the Eagles’ so-called hurry-up offense in the Superbowl vs the Patriots?  That happened often in Philly but you probably didn’t hear about it until it was on the national stage under the big lights.  Here’s a stat that might interest you:

Since 2005, with 5 minutes or less to go in the game (when the Eagles were either losing by a score or less, or tied), McCan’tGetItDone’s record is 2-12-1.  And this doesn’t even include his brief stint as the Redskins quarterback!!!  For all of the positive stats put out there, this is one of those lines that you NEVER hear about.



Aquil “Quil” Bayyan, Paul “PJ” Johnson, and Devin “Dev” McMillan of The War Room, for War Room Sports