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Today In “People Lucky They Weren’t Beaten Up”: This Fan Who Got Kicked Out Of A Game For Pushing A Player
San Diego. One of the happiest, most desirable, most beautiful cities in America. The kind of city that’ll fill you with inner peace and love for your fellow man… and also a desire to beat the crap out of some Charger fans, apparently.
OK, we promise this is it. No more ragging on poor Tony Romo after this. But in tooling around the internet earlier today searching his name, we noticed something: fans burning his jersey. Oh, of course we’d expect someone to do that – but this was more.
A La Liga squad is getting creative with their jerseys, putting fans’ names on their fronts. The details, after the jump.
If you’re like me, once you start watching the video above, you’ll disregard the title and think, “Oh, I see where this is going. There’s going to be a problem involving ChiefsBro and the fact that he is proudly displaying his Chiefs hat in Oakland, eagerly inciting the notoriously tough Raiders crowd.” And the, quite suddenly, you’ll realize things are headed in a very different direction.
Note: Even If You Run Onto The Field Just To Hug A Player, You Will Be Treated Like Any Other Field Rusher
Look, I’m not gonna sit here, lie to you, and say I don’t get the urge to hug Lionel Messi. It’s like wanting to hug a puppy. Look at him: the boyish joy. The elven frame. Who wouldn’t want to squeeze him like the softest teddy bear? The urge to do it, though, is a little different from actually doing it, and especially different from, say, doing it by running onto the pitch midgame. [BuzzFeed]
One of our preferred Monday morning pastimes is combing the Internet to try to find some noteworthy NFL-related video from the previous day that flew under the radar. fter the jump, the fruits of our labor this week.
As good as Peyton Manning as been, there’s a strong case to be made that Denver’s best player this season has been linebacker Von Miller. So it made sense the NFL Network team wanted to talk to him following the Broncos’ 26-13 win last night…and that Raiders fans wouldn’t be especially welcoming.
A Giants Fan Wrote An Open Letter To Eli Manning To Get Martellus Bennett Fantasy Points, And It’s Sort Of Working
Somewhere out there, there is a Giants fan. A Giants fan whose fantasy football team started 1-6, leaving him for dead with naught a care from his league’s other competitors. But his team has risen from the ashes, and all he needs to launch him into the playoffs is a big night from Giants tight end Martellus Bennett. Here is his plea.
Usually, acknowledging a fan as you run off the floor means extending a hand to reciprocate their high five offer. That was what one Wizards fan, basking in the immediate afterglow of his favorite team’s first win of the season last night, planned on doing. Then, though, things took a turn for the worse: he got a little too eager. Luckily, Emeka Okafor was there to clean things up. [The Basketball Jones]