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The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens have a Rivalry, and the players don’t like each other. Though Baltimore’s Courtney Upshaw is a rookie, he’s learning fast. What he did(n’t) do for Antonio Brown, after the jump.
If you live in the tri-state area, there’s a good chance you wish you hadn’t woken up, still asleep and avoiding the clusterfuck the nor’easter created Wednesday night. Go back to sleep, we won’t be offended. But if you’re not from the tri-state, read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
Here are your best sports tweets for Wednesday, September 19. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to email@example.com. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
Sometimes, people in sports say interesting/dumbfounding/ridiculous things. In the interest of fully cataloging these pearls of wisdom, we’ll be rounding them up every morning in a feature called “They Said What?” Here are your best sports quotes for Monday, September 17. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
Antonio Brown scored his first career touchdown this week, and provided some much-needed relief for fantasy owners. But Brown’s celebratory touchdown routine desperately needs work. Is he shrugging very, very fast? Is he a mime, shimmying across a wall? I don’t know!
In between the boogers and humping, some football got played in Pittsburgh yesterday during the AFC title game. After the jump, videos of some of the key plays that led the Steelers back to the Super Bowl.
David Tyree redux! Steelers rookie Antonio Brown, who caught just 16 passes during the regular season, helped send his team to the AFC championship game today by channeling Tyree’s legendary Super Bowl play.