- Jay Cutler Walked Into The Stadium Looking Douchier Than Ever
- The Real Reason The Vikings Don't 'Foresee' Adrian Peterson 'In Their Future'
- Mike Francesa Explains Why Roger Goodell Isn't Going Anywhere Anytime Soon
- Dear God This Kid Was Really Excited To Give A Post-Game Interview
- Reggie Bush's Comments On Disciplining Daughter Could Prompt Investigation
Here Are Some Sad Facts About The Sad List Of Quarterbacks The Steelers Might Be Forced To Sign. So Sad.
With Byron Leftwich reportedly nursing two broken ribs and Ben Roethlisberger nearly dying on the field, Charlie Batch is the only healthy quarterback on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ roster. Batch seems in line to start this upcoming week at Cleveland, but the team is still in need of backups.
Remember that shoulder injury suffered by Ben Roethlisberger against the Chiefs on Monday night? Well, turns out it wasn’t just a shoulder injury. In fact, the shoulder part of the injury isn’t what has Roethlisberger and the Steelers most concerned. There was also a rib injury involved. And it was scary.
Before Rick Reilly strong-armed Stuart Scott into crediting his Twitter feed for reporting news everyone already knew, he was already a target of the blogosphere – mostly due to his recycled columns and absurdly cheesy one-liners. We didn’t think the target on his back could get any bigger, or that other well-known journalists would jump aboard the Reilly hate train. Well, both of those things happened.
Monday Night Countdown Accidentally Airs Deliciously Ironic Graphic, “Roethlisberger Drink And Drunk”
After Ben Roethlisberger called his offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s scheme a “dink and dunk” offense, you knew this typo was coming eventually, because, you know, Ben Roethlisberger. So who flubbed first? Your answer, ahead.
Don’t think the throwback uniforms the Pittsburgh Steelers are rocking today against the Washington Redskins are bad enough? How about this idiotic pass by Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, which was a direct result of wearing said uniforms?
NFL kickoff is only 14 days away, meaning you’ll soon be drafting your fantasy football team. Make no mistake: Who you pick to be on your pretend football team will be the most important set of decisions you make this year.
To help you choose wisely, we’ve decided to highlight some players you should avoid like the plague. Here are some likely fantasy football duds that you can avoid.
The best assorted links from across the web (and what you should watch on TV tonight) for Thursday, February 9. This edition brought to you by the ridiculous amounts of money people spend during the Super Bowl. If you’d like to see something on SportsGrid, send it to email@example.com. SportsNation poll screencap via Reddit. After the jump, our starting five.
“Get Out of My Face,” The Onion’s satire of PTI (and every sports-shouty show ever), is everything their ill-fated Comedy Central show Onion SportsDome, and the similarly short-lived Sports Show with Norm MacDonald, should have been.