There's still time to avoid a full-scale revolt from your undernourished Super Bowl party guests. Follow these directions and good luck. We're all counting on you.
The Legend of Mike Francesa continues to grow. Months removed from falling asleep mid-interview and days removed from screwing contestants of his Super Bowl ticket giveaway extravaganza, comes news that the Sports Pope arrived on his flight to New Orleans out of LaGuardia in Queens, N.Y., via police escort.
Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese animation company that produces short cartoons recapping the news of the day, has its best muse in sports, where the lines between good and evil lend themselves to pictures of angry video game characters, and events are just cartoonish enough to spark the overactive NMA…
This soon after a heartbreaking loss, It is an insult to every long-suffering fan for a player to go to a reasonably priced national chain. Perhaps Moore should be spending a little more time thinking about what more he could have done to help his team on Super Bowl Sunday, and a little less time eating pancakes. […
Just another example of professional athletes not knowing the proper way to act after a loss, as established by Rodney Harrison. Perhaps Spikes should be spending a little more time thinking about what more he could have done to help his team on Super Bowl Sunday, and a little less time "grinch smiling." [Twitter]
It's that time of the week when Super Bowl analysis starts to devolve into silliness, isn't it? Thank the stars TMZ is there to counterbalance things with some serious, well-sourced reporting:
It goes without saying (and yet bears repeating) that NFL Films does an incredible job. Their weekly Sound FX packages, where selected players are mic'ed up for the game (like Tebow!), are slick and entertaining, but above all insightful.
It wasn't enough to overwhelm the sewage system, but according to the city's Department of Environmental Protection, the surge caused the water level at a nearby reservoir to drop by two inches. Which means a lot of fans were holding much more than just their breath.
You may have seen this video of Pats tight end Rob Gronkowski and tackle Matt Light, fresh off of losing the Super Bowl, doing what I would be probably be doing if I just lost the biggest game of my life: getting shitfaced, dancing shirtless, and trying to get laid. But of course, Rodney Harrison doesn't approve of…
Yesterday we posted photos of what appeared to be a sniper's nest in Lucas Oil Field, home of the Super Bowl, but were at a loss for the pictures' provenance. They're real, and they're basically an ad for the tripod.
Some photos with no backstory are making the rounds, showing what appears to be an Indianapolis police sniper checking out his post in the rafters of Lucas Oil Stadium in the hours or days before the Super Bowl, a post that would be manned when the game began. Yes, we know there's nothing surprising about trained…
Yawn. Do something better than that, Light. Glowsticks exist for a reason.
We're doing a season-long NFL roundtable with our friends at Slate. Check back here each week as a rotating cast of football watchers discusses the weekend's key plays, coaching decisions, and traumatic brain injuries.under-threw a deep ball intended for Rob Gronkowski. Chase Blackburn was able to reel in the…
This young lady appears to be a Giants fan, but she unwittingly speaks for Jets fans everywhere. [Flopping Out]
After seeing this video, I'm convinced that Rob Gronkowski's ankle is hurt much worse than anyone realized. It's the only explanation for why he'd be dancing like this.
We're doing a season-long NFL roundtable with our friends at Slate. Check back here each week as a rotating cast of football watchers discusses the weekend's key plays, coaching decisions, and traumatic brain injuries.
Yesterday we published photos of Rob Gronkowski and Matt Light mourning their Super Bowl loss by dancing shirtless onstage to LMFAO at the Patriots post-game party. Today brings video, supposedly, of Gronkowski warming up his gimpy ankle before taking the stage with LMFAO. It comes to us from Barstool Sports.