If there was a gloomy moment for the Panthers during their destruction of the Cardinals in the NFC Championship game, it was when linebacker Thomas Davis left the field with his right arm immobilized by the training staff. The injury, a broken arm, turned out to be as bad as it looked, but Davis said after the game…
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin made a brief and profane cameo in the madness immediately following Jermaine Kearse's game-winning touchdown catch, but that was just the start of his postgame highlight reel. From there, he went on to call out the NFL Network's Deion Sanders for being a punk-ass hater, and then…
Over the course of the game, Russell Wilson targeted receiver Jermaine Kearse six times. On four of those targets, the Packers picked Wilson off. Kearse only made one catch, but it was the one that sent the Seahawks to the Super Bowl.
This video has been making the rounds on the internet over the course of the last two days. It is impossibly dumb.
What Fox Sports did to this group of Seahawks fans is just plain cruel. Hilarious, but cruel.
From Black Book comes another odd, charming Bill Murray run-in that may or may not be true, given how many Bill Murray run-in stories are out there. But this one seems plausible.
It's one thing to get your ass tattooed with a Buzzsaw logo when you lose a bet; which I totally support. This, however, is just wrong.
Donovan McNabb's off-season home in Chandler, Ariz., was vandalized overnight last week. "Go Cards" and other messages were burned on the front lawn. Quite a thing to learn on Martin Luther King Day.
Conspiculously absent from the Arizona Cardinals' wild on-field victory celebration on Sunday: A certain Mr. Anquan Boldin. There are several good TV shows on Sunday night and he forgot to set his TiVo.
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Yes, this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette graphic sums up Sunday's AFC Championship game matchup perfectly (WTF?). Time to worry: That Raven looks totally unaffected by the deadly eye beams. [Best Week Ever]
So, the game is only four days away. It seems it's time to start getting a bit more serious about this.
New Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez isn't the only one out there shredding papers with reckless abandon; some overzealous Packers fans are getting into the act.
So Fox affiliate WLUK TV-Green Bay has this convoluted plan to get under Eli Manning's skin this weekend, as you may have heard. Someone told station GM Jay Zollar that Manning is fond of Seinfeld, so Zollar is pulling the show from the station's schedule on Saturday. Remember when no one cared what Eli Manning…