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This Brutal Head-To-Head Hit By A Ravens Defender Actually Wiped Away A Critical Touchdown By Le’Veon Bell
Le’Veon Bell’s touchdown was called back after review, but not because he was down before the goal line. This may be one of the only times we see a defensive player save the game by leading with his helmet and knocking his opponent’s clean off.
Carmelo Anthony Said He Wants To Retire A Knick, Followed That Up By Clanking The Potential Game-Winner
Here Are The Giants Celebrating Like They Beat Somebody Other Than Matt Barkley For Their Second Win
Hey, it’s been a tough season for Big Blue, and a win is a win. But picking off Barkley to secure the game after your offense fails to score a touchdown and instead had to kick five field goals isn’t exactly “WINNING” with a hashtag. It’s more like “not losing.”
Did You See What Marshawn Lynch Did To Darnell Docket, And His Own Offensive Coordinator, Last Night?
If you don’t have NFL Network, or just can’t stand to listen to Rich Eisen “putting a topping on it” and skipped the game, or maybe even chose to watch baseball instead of football, you missed the Seahawks putting the hurt on the Cardinals. Seattle won the game 34-22, and Marshawn Lynch won the highlight reel.
Poor Michael Wacha. One minute he’s pitching the game of your life, holding the Pirates to no hits through eight innings, in Pittsburgh, in an elimination game. The next minute he’s walking off the field, having given up a homer to dead center and putting the tying run on base.
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to understand what’s okay and what isn’t in a sport that used to celebrate bone-crushing and concussion-inducing hits.
Total. Domination. Here’s your solution to the severe lack of football in your life.
Is Jordan Walden the greatest pitcher of all time? Probably not, so what happened here? [GIF by CJ Fogler]
Miguel “The Microwave” Montero did his best Dikembe Mutumbo impression yesterday. After an Adam Eaton error in center field led to two runs scored, Dodgers young gun Yasiel Puig decided he should take a chance and make a break for home plate. Montero stopped him and responded with this beautiful finger wag, now in GIF form.