Cari Bous Players Walk Out

by Skip Brainless

October 14, 2016

Cari Bous players walked out on the coaches on Tuesday morning, in protest of the “awful play calling and lack of preparation” in regards to Monday night’s NPL Game of the Week against the Evil Entities. The Entities, despite being one of the worst offenses in the NPL, still managed to cruise by the heavily favored Cari Bous 19-0.

“What can we do? We can only go out there and run double reverses so many times before the defense catches on and starts putting our guys in the hospital,” said All-Pro TE Kyle Cornswallow. “I mean, our coaches got us this far, sure. But at what point does the gameplan get called into question?”

A Cari Bous representative that wishes to remain anonymous spoke with NSPN, saying, “Obviously we’re all disappointed. But the coaches do have a great selection of audibles and QB Cari “Caribou” Lou didn’t once make adjustments at the line of scrimmage. And our defensive captain, MLB Carey “Care Bear Stare” Stairinowski, also failed to make adjustments based on the Evil Entities offensive formations.”

“Wait a minute”, said Stairinowski, “We can do that?”

The Evil Entities improved to 5-0 on the year in the victory while the Cari Bous slipped to 4-1. The Bous still top the Psychic Division, but the loss is said to have “crippled the swagger a bit”.

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