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New York Giants
The NFL schedule is out: and as per usual, the Packers are playing the 49ers, the Panthers got royally screwed, and the Browns are the butt of everyone’s jokes.
The Giants are dancing around Cruz’s new contract. Victor is Cruzin’ for other offers. NFL free agency is filled with esoteric terms like “first round tender” and everybody pretends like they know what it means. A breakdown of the whole situation after the jump. Who knows, you might learn something…
“Giants, Romo Agree To Two-Year, $9 Million Contract” Says Unintentionally Confusing Headline Everywhere
King Dunlap is an enormous human being. ESPN lists him at 6-9, 330 lbs. During yesterday’s Giants-Eagles blowout, the game was already well in hand by the third quarter with New York leading 35-7. Emotions were running high, even for the officials. Well, one official, who went a step too far and may have flopped to, uh, draw a flag? Video, after the jump?
New York Giants rookie running back did just about everything in his team’s 52-27 drubbing of the Saints on Sunday. Those 327 all-purpose yards (becoming the first player to ever notch 200-plus return yards and 100-plus rushing yards in one game) and three touchdowns speak for themselves. But perhaps the biggest imprint he left on the American football-watching public was his touchdown celebration: an impressive, yet questionably safe standing back flip. And now Justin Tuck is pissed.
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz had a big game in his team’s 52-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints yesterday, hauling in eight catches for 121 yards and a touchdown – and the subsequent salsa dance. And this screencap, which came right after Cruz’s TD at the start of the fourth quarter. What is going on with the back of his head there, we have no idea.
Welcome to another edition of “What Happened Last Night?” – our attempt to synthesize the sports news of note from the previous evening and give it to you in easily digestible form, just in case you missed it. Now, if you were out of the sport loop last night, that means you passed up a chance to watch Robert Griffin III play, so I’m not sure why you would have been. But hey, to each his/her own, I suppose. Let’s learn you a thing or two.
Giants DT Linval Joseph And Redskins OL Will Montgomery Kicking Each Other Will Power You Through Your Morning
Alfred Morris fumbles the football. The Giants and Redskins engage in a scrum. Linval Joseph doesn’t feel much like taking part. He tries to pull Will Montgomery from the pile, a considerably difficult task. Montgomery kicks him in his manly parts. Joseph responds by going all Albert Haynesworth on his ass, stompin’ on faces and whatnot. The rest is history and offsetting unsportsmanlike conduct penalties.
There are few people as superstitious as professional athletes. And there are fewer things as big of a part of pro athletes’ superstitions a maintaining a consistent pre-game ritual. So what must have happened to Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara to make him stop pooping before every game?
If Giants tight end Martellus Bennett were a superhero, his alter ego would be “The Black Unicorn.” Well, after his team’s 38-10 drubbing of the Packers on Sunday Night Football, Bennett took leave and The Black Unicorn emerged from the shadows. As The Black Unicorn was giving his gloves to a kid on the railing over the tunnel to the locker room, a man leaned over and fell on Bennett, but the hero that he is, stayed to catch the man instead of shying away.