Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)
Roger Goodell strikes again.
This after it’s all but confirmed he was involved with deflating Patriots footballs. When asked to cooperate with the investigation he claimed to know nothing and immediately lawyered up, which doesn’t sound very innocent.
This would make it much easier for Tom Brady and his receivers to grip them in the cold, muddy conditions the game was played under. (Each team has its own balls, so this wouldn’t have also helped Andrew Luck).
Walker was in the owner’s box for the Packers’ win; Christie was with Jerry Jones for the Cowboys’ yearly collapse.
This guy combines the decision-making skills of Jay Cutler with the football skills of Ryan Leaf.
Even the reliably liberal sports media largely agrees on this, but there are a few outliers of course.
I thought it was notable at the time that few mentioned how badly he’d bombed at the combine, but obviously attention was paid even if it wasn’t made into a story.
“QBs on Facebook” should be epic later today. Here’s the wrap-up in the meantime.
TMZ has the original details.
Winslow claims it was a misunderstanding and he was looking for a Boston Market. This set up their social media person to win the Internet.
LOL. That’s all I’ve got to say. Well, that, and “QBs on Facebook” should come out on Tuesdays in order to soak in delicious MNF outcomes like this.
I guess murder is a bit like Pringles, once you pop someone you can’t stop.
Because that has no chance of making the product unwatchable or anything.
Apparently Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke has an “apparent left shoulder”. That and other abuses of the English language take place in this story. And don’t miss the comments, where someone claiming to be with the NFL rules committee offers suggestions.
They heard that he likes to play with balls; they didn’t stop to verify what kind.
Good old Maryland taxes are the difference.
As has been widely joked on the Internet, maybe she was distracted by Rex Ryan slobbering over her feet.
Although I’m highly sympathetic to the people who point out he still would’ve won his last SB (against Donovan McOverrated, who infamously spent most of the game puking) in without any such “help”.
I am not making this up.
Good for him.
He’s got a point: rugby is statistically quite a bit less likely to get you injured than modern football.
Hey, at least there’s video.
I am not making this up.
Yes, it turns out you can find worse sideline reporters than Suzy Kolber.
Hey, if I had to play with Jay Cutler, I might look into unique ways to ease the pain too.