Antonio Brown issued a(n empty) trade threat in response to criticism of Sunday's performance.
A former Steelers PR rep, Ryan Scarpino, who worked for the Steelers from 2010-17, tweeted his thoughts, and I guess Brown still follows him and got a little touchy someone went after the king.
I know it's been a few days, but there's still plenty of Patriots schadenfreude to absorb.
Let's just drink it all in, shall we?
Of course, folks thought the League had it in for the Eagles right from the start.
But as the game unfolded it wasn't to be, although some people were
The four Divisional Round games gave us plenty to chew on.
The Falcons getting beat wasn't all that surprising. Still, it engendered two types of reaction:
A) It's the new guy's fault,
B) The refs are against us.
Of course, being Twitter, there's always that one crazy person.
Titans fans, however, knew what to expect.
Before I go onto the seething that emerged this weekend, allow me to reflect back on what occured while I was enjoying Christmas break
Wildcard weekend, brought to you by my friends at
The Wildcard weekend did not disappoint. It started with Andy Reid remembering in the second half that he
Honestly, after watching the games this weekend, I really wanted to do the Chargers or the Seahawks. But the Dirt Clippers did themselves with the move to LA, and they both deserve their pain & are all-but-dead to this site, so I don't even want to cover their misery. The
NFL officiating & rules are again in focus this morning:
Gene Steratore's crew in Oakland had two national spotlight moments last night.
The first was the index card. Steratore said the card "reaffirmed" the call on the field:
"The ball was touching the pole. I put the card
As you've gleaned, I've been away this week. The doctors saw fit to ram another scope up my backside & remove the polyps they found. So, I'm gingerly recuperating. But don't worry - this isn't a "Boots On The Ground" post (because, eww). But there was one match last weekend
Sweet, sweet hatred - I found you at last.
For as long as I have been torturing myself (and you) with these articles, I had yet to find concrete examples of undiluted anger. Sure, there were a few armchair patriots who got their say in during the early days of the
Now, I have to admit, it would be relatively easy to have done the Giants again. Soon-to-be-ex-coach McAdoo lit NYC twitter aflame with his decision to bench Eli just to see what he has in Geno Smith (nothing) and Davis Webb (whiteness). And GODDAMN! did Twitter respond
So much so, in
As in life, a light menu this evening, in anticipation of the big feast tomorrow.
Josh Gordon was officially back at Browns practice today.
So, I guess we're no longer talking about 0-16?
Driving even ardent Christians to pray for a meteor, Donald Trump & LaVar Ball continued their
As I was driving home from Seattle after a sad-assed performance by the Shithawks in losing to the [Redacteds], I was listening to the Raiders - Dolphins game on the radio. As I listened to the announcers describe down after down of Jay Cutler getting knocked down, I thought to
Quarterbacks. The bane of a team's success. That team can have one of the best defences in the NFL, but if they don't have a quality pivot, they are pretty much consigned to failure.
We all know the story of the Browns and their 28 starting QBs since returning to the