Pittsburgh’s 18-16 victory over Cincinnati Saturday night will be remembered for Vontaze Burfict’s dirty hit on Antonio Brown and Pacman Jones’s subsequent penalty on the same play, gifting the Steelers 30 yards and an easy game-winning field goal.
Yes, if you’re a Michigan fan, that was one of the most shocking, most crushing losses you’ll ever experience. It’s OK to still be shaken up today. But as bad as you feel, find some solace in the fact that you’re not taking it as hard as this guy did.
Yesterday morning, Will from Queens phoned into Mike Francesa and couldn’t hold back his sobs over the swirl of emotion surrounding the Mets’ playoff hopes, Ruben Tejada’s health, and the biggest start of Matt Harvey’s career. It’s worked out well for Will so far—he’ll be at the game tonight—but it got me wondering:…
Ryan Mallett sounds like he’s just about the grumpiest Ryan in the world right now. He got pulled from the Texans’ 27-20 loss to Indianapolis and barfing zombie Matt Hasselbeck on Thursday, then visibly sulked up and down the sideline for the rest of the game as Brian Hoyer put in a much better performance.
Why is the Bieber crying?
We saw an odd moment during today's Broncos-Chiefs broadcast on CBS when the network aired a clip of Denver running back Knowshon Moreno crying a copious amount of tears. (We're told he got a bit emotional during the game's playing of the national anthem.) We think his display deserves a different soundtrack, and so…
This young man looked upon the grotesque, motorized monsters as they crushed steel and burned fuel, and he wept a single tear. For America.
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