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As anyone might expect from a Monday Night Football matchup from two extremely mediocre NFL teams, the national spotlight has brought us some great entertainment in the form of football that in no way resembles the game that the Denver Broncos played last night.
Every time that it looks like Andre Johnson is getting too old and beat up to make miraculously athletic touchdown catches, he makes a miraculously athletic touchdown catch to prove the haters wrong.
It’s rare to find something truly revolutionary in professional sports these days. Most everything has been tried and tried again to the point that there’s little originality in play-calling these days. Sure, you get the occasional “play dead the fake punt” gem that fails miserably, but it’s that rare successful trick play that eludes us these days.
This is par for the course from the Lions’ defensive end, but it’s still an illegal hit and a dangerous one at that.
Rumor has it penalty flags are filled with the spirits of lost referees who never made it to the big time. Just a rumor (also, an explanation as to how this back judge managed to get his to fly like a little yellow ghost the length of a basketball court). Watch a ref chuck his hanky a remarkable/unnecessary distance, inside…
Any time something like this happens in professional sports, there’s sure to be a large reaction on the Twitterverse from fans and athletes alike. Here’s a look at some notable Twitter reactions to the injury.
As much as I want to write a lengthy intro to this video raving about the athleticism of Billy Hamilton’s acrobatic bunt single, it might be best to just let the video speak for itself. Without further ado.
Things got even worse for Nori Aoki when he tried to field a foul ball yesterday. His glove falls shy of the pop-up and lands in the last place he’d ever want it to land. Aoki grimaced in pain, as did every man watching it happen.
Watching Manu Ginobili dribble out to the three-point line, check the clock, realize he can get a two-for-one for his team if he launches a shot NOW, step up and launch a gorgeous rainbow three that just splashes through the net is poetry in motion.