Just go with it:
Herm Edwards hasn’t been a professional football coach since 2008, and he hasn’t worked for a college team since the 1980s. Fashions and customs have certainly changed since then, apparently to Edwards’s surprise.
Joe Flacco, last week’s Bad Quarterback of the Week, was actually quite good in yesterday’s 44-20 stomping of the Detroit Lions. Flacco threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, and was feeling so good after the game that he opened his press conference by clowning Jameis Winston.
You’re never going to win one of these:
Care to face off against the weather-beaten tree that is Bill Walton in a fight? As evidenced by this training footage, courtesy of Walton’s broadcast partner Dave Pasch, absolutely not. Bill’s a goddamn force. He can take on two opponents at once:
Boy, things sure are looking up for Jerry Jones! Here he is enjoying a Thanksgiving feast of a 28-6 loss and 434 passing yards allowed. Look upon his soul, or what is left of it:
Joel Embiid didn’t have the kind of monster game we’ve grown accustomed to seeing during last night’s win over the Jazz—his 15 points and 11 rebounds were perfectly solid—but he did provide the highlight of the game.
Australia has been recently gripped by a heated debate over whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. Last week, the majority of Australians voted to legalize same-sex marriage, which apparently caused MP Bob Katter, who had previously opposed the legalization of gay marriage, to soften his stance on the…
The things that sneak through at the end of 56-3 football games:
Rams QB Jared Goff was mic’d up during the team’s 33-7 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday, which allowed everyone to learn some of L.A.’s audibles. Head coach Sean McVay and his coaches seem to have chosen a celebrity-heavy assortment. Here they are, courtesy of USA Today’s Cameron DaSilva:
Because Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton are both injured, the Arizona Cardinals will be forced to start Blaine Gabbert at quarterback this week. Gabbert’s been in the league since 2011 and has 38 career touchdowns to go along with 37 career interceptions; you last saw him helping the 2016 49ers put together a 2-14…
Eyes on the ball, bubba.
The only acceptable response to this: “Damn.”
It’s better than working.
King, he hit him with the Maction!
In which Jon Gruden speaks at length about turkey holes:
Before yesterday’s game against the Saints, Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston gave a fiery speech to his teammates. It was ... something:
Minkah Fitzpatrick is now out of tonight’s LSU-Alabama game, but not before targeting Russell Gage’s dick and balls as the Tigers receiver tried to hurdle the All-American:
Push it real good: