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Who’s Better: Mike Nugent, or Neil Rackers?

Yesterday I had the first installment of the who’s better series.  I went with Braylon Edwards over Marques Colston, though some of you felt the Colston commercial was better.  This time around, we’ll compare kickers.  We’ll start with Jets kicker Mike Nugent.  Take a look:

Last year, it was Cardinals kicker Neil Rackers appearing in a commercial:

Well hot damn, that Rackers one has to be one of my all-time favorites.  It just looks so real!  I’m going Rackers here.

(love to Ryan Wilson at FanHouse for the Nugent video)

Who’s Better:
Marques Colston or Braylon Edwards

Who’s Better: Marques Colston, or Braylon Edwards?

NFL Network started running some outstanding spots last year to promote their fantasy football game. I mean incredible. In fact, that T.J. Who’sYourMama commercial might be the best of all-time. Well, luckily for us, the Network has come out with a new batch of commercials. So now I leave it up to you, which commercial is better? Marques Colston from this year:

Or Braylon Edwards from last year:

OK, so the part where Colston palms the ball and grabs it reaching down, that’s pretty tight. Almost like stopping a bullet with bare hands. But come on, the blindfold! Are you kidding me? I’m going with Braylon here.

(Love to Ryan Wilson at FanHouse for the Colston vid)

Frank Caliendo’s Seinfeld Impression

This is something I referenced in the top story as FanHouse’s Top Five on Wednesday, but now that AA was kind enough to pass along the video, I will post it here.  Via SI’s Extra Mustard Hot Clicks, it’s comedian Frank Caliendo playing all four characters in Seinfeld.  I love Caliendo, and this performance is nothing short of brilliant.  Check it out:

Plenty more where that came from for you to check out.  My personal favorite is his Madden.

Lorenzo Alexander Really Wants to Make the Redskins

I remember watching in equal parts disbelief and shock on Saturday night as Lorenzo Alexander, helmet cleanly stripped off, chased down a play. Mind you, Alexander did not just simply chase down the play, nor did he merely clear the pile. Oh no. Alexander went in for the tackle, head first. Yes, he really wants to make the team. Here’s a fan’s view of the play courtesy of The Brothers, Mottram:

Wow, you know, at some point, doesn’t common sense have to just kick in? Maybe reality settled in when his face got bloodied by cuts, and he lay there after the game with a concussion. Anyone who’s willing to give this type of effort definitely deserves a spot on the team. Or maybe not, for being so stupid.

Quite Possibly the Greatest Video Ever

I remember a while back when a friend of mine linked me to this video. He was abroad in Europe at the time, so I just figured it was some crazy Euro crap. Turns out, it was the greatest thing ever. The video was posted a year ago, and over a million people have viewed it. Make sure you’re one of them. Trust me.

Kyle Loza Is a Badass, Nails the Volt at X-Games 2007 (Video)

Excuse the back to back X-Games posts, but the Jake Brown crash certainly was worth a looksie, and this, well this is definitely worth your 25 seconds. Check out Kyle Loza who completed the Volt, which is a Moto-X trick he invented. It’s pretty sweet. Well, basically, anytime you’re on a bike and completely let go of it, but wind up back on it, is pretty sweet. Kids, don’t try this at home.

That would be Kyle Loza. Impressive. But not quite as cool as Jake Brown, for obvious reasons.

What Goes Up Must Come Down: Jake Brown’s X-Games 2007 Crash (Video)

As Chris Farley said in Tommy Boy, “That was … awwwesome.  Sorry about your car.” Or in this case, I guess skateboard would be more appropriate.  Children, don’t try this at home:

Yes, and that man did walk away from the crash.  Imposible! I’m not a huge X-Games guy, but if they keep these types of charades up, count me in.  For the highlights at least.  And by the way, that mega ramp is insane.  That is exactly why they’re so effing dangerous.