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They Said What?
We’re going to let one standout quote steal the thunder of an otherwise outstanding piece in New York Magazine about Jon Bon Jovi’s quest to buy the Buffalo Bills — and Buffalo’s response, which is mainly “Fuck Jon Bon Jovi” — because it’s just that good.
Note: The author of this post is a New York Jets fan and doesn’t like Geno Smith and thinks
Michael Vick anyone not named Geno Smith should be the starting quarterback this season. Keep that in mind while reading this admittedly biased post.
Disillusionment is setting in, after the honeymoon period that washed over the league in the wake of Adam Silver’s lifetime ban announcement.
Landon Donovan says that the U.S. was not “set up to succeed” against Belgium on Tuesday, putting the blame for the team’s loss on coach Jurgen Klinsmann. Consider us not shocked.
The Triple Crown drought, at 36 years since Affirmed took the trifecta of horse races in 1978, will live on. But the interesting story that has arisen since the race came courtesy of California Chrome’s owner, Steve Coburn, who was understandably upset after all the hype and expectations came crashing down at Belmont.