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Football’s second-worst athletes prove why they only deserve one bar on their facemask. We’ve ranked the worst attempts at drop kicking (including the miserable Georgia Tech Music City Bowl fake punt from last night).
Every time my leg falls asleep, I think two things.
1) I will never regain feeling, ever again.
2) Did anyone just see me try to walk?
WARNING: You will laugh after you watch this guy try to walk it off.
They weren’t going to show the footage until she mentioned it at the end of her interview with
Andrew Luck. But she did. Then Joe Buck was like, hey, gotta roll the tape now, babe. He did, however, mention that she was a former track star at Florida A&M, so I’m sure she’s not pissed. Joe Buck — you pat my back with one hand and punch me with the other. Slick, bro.
If You’ve Never Seen A Guy Get Knocked Over By A Flying Bat As He’s Trying To Field A Grounder, Join The Club
Eric Sogard thought he had this ground ball in the bag. It was as routine as routine gets for a shortstop — no bad hops, no torrential downpours of rain, no spaceships flying over the field to distract him — except for the whole “shard of bat flying directly at his knee caps” thing.
Top 5 Wackiest/Zaniest Moments From Bayern Munich’s 2-1 Champions League Victory Over The-Other-German-Team Borussia Dortmund
Go Furher? Wow, Ford, going with the Lenny Bruce “offend everybody” advertising approach, eh? More weird stuff from today’s all-German final after the jump. (Hint: balls may or may not be kicked)
OH MY GOD WE’RE GONNA DIE: Padres SS Everth Cabrera Flings Bat Into Own Dugout And Teammate Chris Denorfia Flips Out
Usually, they call the guy who bats behind you “protection.” Ya, protection for the guys in the dugout because he acts as a buffer zone for the errant baseball bats Everth Cabrera releases at his own teammates. Gifs of the event after the jump.
The Clippers had a good night last night. Like, really good. Like, “blowing out the Lakers 125-101, further pushing the Lakers’ season off a cliff and elevating the Clippers to West title contender status” good. So good, in fact, that they can look back and laugh off DeAndre Jordan recording one of the worst free throw attempts of this NBA season. And part of the reason for that is because aside from that, Jordan was pretty damn good.
Nets forward Mirza Teletovic is a better basketball player than I am. I understand this. For one brief, (in)glorious stretch last night, though, he was not better than me. Or you. Or anyone else who has picked up a basketball.
Before last night, it’s possible the name “Roscoe Smith” meant nothing at all to Hornets guard Xavier Henry. And why should it have? Smith is redshirting at UNLV, Henry’s in the NBA. Henry’s college career ended before Smith’s began. Henry’s from Oklahoma City, Smith’s from Baltimore. So what do these two have in common? Well, if you’ve ever heard Smith’s name at all, there’s a good chance it’s because of this. And last night against the Sixers, Henry did this. They are forever linked. [Ball Don't Lie]
The Jets Are Sad Sacks, So Watch A Video Of All The Bad Things They Did In 2012 Set To The “Benny Hill” Theme
There are two weeks left in the season, yet the New York Jets still did enough awful things on the football field in 2012 to fill out an almost four-minute lowlight reel. You can read the tabloids, watch the press conferences and follow the personalities on the Tweeters, but you aren’t going to get a more succinct answer to, “What made the Jets so absolutely miserable in 2012?” than this.