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Quick Inside Slant: NFC West Preview

Impressions of the 2016 NFL Season as perceived by a Creative Writing graduate student, part-time amateur stand-up comedian and collegiate intramural flag football legend.


By: Dustin Fisher

Funny Story

I was sitting on my favorite ottoman somewhere between the Michael Phelps Olympics and the Usain Bolt Olympics trying unsuccessfully to hack into Donald Trump’s tax information, when I inadvertently found myself in Aaron Donald’s computer instead. His tax information seems to check out, but I found an NFC West Trash Talk Group in his Facebook account. Most of it was just Wes Welker trying to get people to pull his finger, but I did find this gem of a conversation. But let’s try to keep this quiet in case the G Men (Government Men, not the silly New York football team) figure out who’s been trying to back their way into the FBI server farm.

NFC West Trash Talk 2016

* This is an ACTUAL quote from William Hayes. I wish I was kidding.


Dustin Fisher is a writer, comedian, storyteller, and stay-at-home dad. Follow along with his dad blog at or buy his first book, Daddy Issues.

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Dustin Fisher is an amateur standup comedian, storyteller, freelance writer, and stay-at-home dad, all of which are just better ways of saying “unemployed.” He worked in the area of collegiate recreation for the previous 14 years at UMBC, Miami University and the University of Baltimore. There, he became somewhat of a folk legend on the flag football field and actually got paid to play fantasy football. Dustin is currently in the MFA program at the University of Baltimore seeking a Masters degree in Creative Writing. He has made contributions to various publications including The Good Men Project and the Baltimore Fishbowl. For more about Dustin, check out his stay-at-home dad website, Daddy Needs a Nap. Dustin lives with his wife and daughter in New Carrollton, MD in a house surrounded by too many trees to get the Dish Network.

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