Marcus Peters is as sickened by the state of placekicking in the NFL as you. CBS cameras caught the Chiefs defensive back vomiting after Oakland failed to get points on their fourth quarter drive today. Get well soon, Marcus.
Don’t ever go to Boston, man. Boston is bad.
Hockey: don't play it. Unless of course you want to risk getting various parts of your face and body made to look like you just came limping off a medieval battlefield. If you're reading this right now like, "Nah, man, hockey is fine," I think you should scroll down and look at the two disgusting pictures of hockey…
Tonight's Lightning-Penguins game in Pittsburgh came to a screeching halt in the first period when referee Mike Leggo started puking all over the ice.
We are aggressively apathetic toward the results and performances in NFL preseason games, instead relying on weird stuff, sometimes including players doing unlikely things with bodily fluids, to make the news. Like Bengals QB Matt Scott puking his guts out a couple of times, then immediately throwing a touchdown pass.
I come to sing the praises of a good, hard puke.
This happened at last week's Nebraska state speech championships, and we are so glad that it did. We don't know the identity of the kid fire-hosing the remnants of his turkey sandwich all over his hands and feet, but we do know that he is a hero. Because of him, we may now enjoy the world's first perfect photo.
The Harlem Shake is dead. Filming your kid crying after a loss? In 2013, that's about as cool as Tebowing. No, there's only one sports meme that's taking the world by storm: lightweight baseball fans vomiting their guts out at ballparks.
This lovely picture comes to us courtesy of Noah Scialom, who shot it at the Orioles' home opener. There's just so much to like about it: the stream of vomit frozen perfectly in mid-air, the soft glow of the oncoming twilight, and the caring look of concern on the face of the puker's friend—who seems to have no…
Man goes to baseball game. Man spends nine innings consuming what must have been copious amounts of alcohol. Man sends forth a river of vomit while trying to leave stadium. Man saunters off like nothing happened. Man probably feels much better.
Rookie Jets wideout Stephen Hill wowed anyone within a one-hundred-mile radius of East Rutherford yesterday, catching five passes for 89 yards and two touchdowns. He was the first player to catch two touchdowns in his debut since 2005. But imagine what he could have done if he were healthy? Rich Cimini explains:
What is going on with sports TV tonight? Someone must have spiked his porkchop.
From a Texas high school championship game last week, here's a young quarterback who is going to let absolutely nothing stand in the way of victory. How do we know? The guy vomits, then hikes the ball, throws a game-winning touchdown pass, then vomits again. Now that's devotion. Or, at the very least, that's abject…