Monday Night Football is one of the most popular programs on TV, and the ratings were even more explosive with America’s Team taking on the New York Giants. Millions of fans were watching the game, and many of them were active using social media tools like twitter to express their thoughts. The thousands, or possibly…Read More
Brett Favre has reportedly admitted to leaving voicemails on Jenn Sterger’s phone but denied ever having sent her inappropriate photos. As usual, the writers over at Saturday Night Live aren’t interested in whether or not Favre is telling the truth. The only thing they were worried about is turning the story into a hilarious skit. …Read More
You’re looking at a picture of Chad Ochocinco’s pet tiger. As in he owns it. He named it Emilio. But we aren’t really surprised, are we? Just another day in the messed up life of one of the NFL’s most insane employees. It will be interesting to see how the Mike Tyson approach to financial…Read More
Wow, you know things are bad when fans attending a game in which you’re not even playing still make fun of you! Such is the life for Brett Favre, whose best option right now has to be this. By the way, I’m guessing Favre might be interested in throwing down with some of those co-eds,…Read More
Suck it, Feliz. By the way, it was only fair that A-Rod hit .190 and struck out looking to end the series. He’s still on the Rangers’ payroll ya know.
Yes, the lady who sang God Bless America in the 7th inning at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Thursday night was wearing that hat. According to the Philly Inquirer, the woman in question is Tammy Nelson and she was wearing the San Francisco skyline on her noggin. That was easily the strangest dome piece…Read More
You gotta love Tim Tebow. The week he scores his first career NFL touchdown, he goes out and gets a new dog named Bronco. Either that, or someone else lent him a dog named Bronco to use in a photograph on Tuesday. And if you didn’t think the media could use this for an overboard…Read More
Louis Daguerre must be doing McTwists in his grave by now. When the Frenchman put into process what we now know as photographs in 1837, little did he know what his creation would produce some 170 years later. Unless you have just returned from a jaunt through Waziristan or you were one of the thirty-three…Read More