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We’d love to see two Titans also do this, and the two pairs then fight.
This is not a joke. Adam Schefter reported this morning that the St. Louis Rams actually reached out to 44-year-old Brett Favre — the same 44-year-old Brett Favre who hasn’t played in the NFL since 2010 — to see if he would unretire and play for them this season.
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Bernie Kosar, Father Of Porn Actress, Feels ‘Embarrassed’ For The Parents Of The Rams’ Wide Receivers
Former NFL quarterback and noted sad sack Bernie Kosar is getting a ton of well-deserved shit for the way he ragged on the Rams during their preseason matchup with the Browns. His words were also chock full of irony.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we discuss the L.A. Rams (might as well start calling them that now).
Justin Bieber Fans Are Battling Eric Dickerson Fans On Twitter, And The Results Are Hilariously Wondrous
What happens when Beliebers fight a Twitter holy war with Eric Dickerson fans? Comedy, that’s what. It’s pimples vs. wrinkles, following the jump.
To be fair, it was the aftermath of a jubilant spike, but still. Relax, Danny. You just ruined an old man’s day.
Danny Amendola And Dashon Goldson Are Actually Donovan McNabb, Thought 49ers-Rams Game Was Going To Second Overtime
Back in 2008, the Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles participated in the first NFL tie – a 13-13 finish – since 2002. Though the overtime rules were different then, with a score of any kind ending the game automatically, ties, however unlikely, were still in play.