Things did not go well for the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. They lost to the Baltimore Ravens 21-0, giving up 11 sacks in the process, and fell to 3-3. It was their second straight loss.
Chargers receiver Tyrell Williams caught a nice leaping touchdown in the end zone to take a 20-3 lead over the Browns, and Cleveland’s fans booed loudly. They weren’t booing the score so much as the officials, who they thought missed a false start penalty on Chargers left tackle Russell Okung.
Football is loud. The players crashing into each other, the whistles, the referees throwing yet another flag, the crowds complaining about those flags, the flyovers by government jet fighters: It’s all loud.
Earlier this year, he was a genius. Doug Pederson took the Eagles to the Super Bowl and won it, dethroning the mighty Patriots. Now the Eagles are 2-3 to start the season and he’s being questioned. Just check this headline on NBC 10: “Doug Pederson to Blame for Many of Eagles’ Issues?” But there was one move he made…
Wrestlers had jobs in the 1990s.
The Lions beat the Packers today, 31-23. They got a bit of help from the Packers’ kicker, Mason Crosby, who missed five kicks that could’ve totaled 13 points.
JuJu Smith-Schuster caught his second touchdown of the year in the first quarter today. To celebrate, he got down on the ground, where James Conner acted as a midwife to help him give birth to a football.
Denigrating the city in which an event is being held is one of the oldest and most reliable ways for a pro wrestler to get heat. It’s probably pretty cheap, honestly, but who cares. It’s easy to rip on a city’s sports teams, but there’s a reason wrestlers still do it: It generally works.
The Pennsylvania governor’s race pits Democratic incumbent Tom Wolf against former state senator Scott Wagner. There is one debate. It is tonight. Alex Trebek is moderating. During an on-stage interview before the debate, Trebek joked that he was drunk when he accepted the invitation.
The first tiebreaker baseball game of the day has been highly entertaining, with the Brewers and Cubs locked in a pitchers’ duel all afternoon. But we all know an extra game is just a chance for one of the best baseball plays: A catcher getting hit in the dick and balls.
PHILADELPHIA — It is a sad Monday morning here. Workers head to the office looking dejected. The birds aren’t chirping like they usually do. The Liberty Bell is cracked. The Eagles are 2-2.
Sam Bradford started for the Arizona Cardinals last week. The quarterback, who signed a contract worth at least $15 million in the offseason, started three games before being benched for Josh Rosen in the fourth quarter of the Cardinals’ 16-14 loss to the Bears last Sunday.
It looked so easy.
The Bella Twins’ return to wrestling has not been going very well.
If you want to make sure a mascot unveiling goes well, just make sure a bunch of kids are there.
I can’t remember which coworker of mine recommended it. Billy or Giri, I think, but maybe both. But after watching the first episode of Japanese reality show Terrace House, which is basically Japan’s Real World, I was hooked. The show’s appeal is simple: you get to watch young attractive people hang out together in a…
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Clay Matthews was flagged for a bullshit roughing the passer call.
Summer is almost over. But the sweet memories of those last months remain: Sweating through your clothes, forgetting to correctly apply sunscreen and getting burnt, getting so drunk you embarrass yourself, forgetting your sunglasses and not being able to see. And also some good things, too, presumably.
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