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Let’s see what’s on the docket today for ol’ Terry Richardson: Boobs, boobs, boobs, actual penetrative sex, Miley Cyrus’s boobs, Tom Brady, Alyssa Arce’s perfect boobs, lunch, boobs. K, let’s get started!
If you multiplied Peyton Manning and Tom Brady’s rushing yardage total from this year by 81, they would still have over 2,100 fewer rushing yards than Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick.
This morning, we found out that Tom Brady and Peyton Manning text each other frequent tips on how to beat opposing defenses. So, I called a couple of my buddies at the NSA, and obtained actual texts sent between the pair. Here they are. They end with texts from this morning, two days before the big Broncos vs. Patriots Sunday Night Football matchup! (Obligatory warning: It’s satire.)
As post-game handshakes go, it wasn’t much: two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks passing in the night. So leave it to two shovey photographers to liven things up. “Stop pushing, Larry!” “No YOU stop pushing!”
Classic white guy celebration between Brady and Gronk as Patriots’ furious comeback gives them the lead over the Broncos in the fourth quarter, 31-24. (Update: 31-31 after Manning TD pass).
Not sure if “Drunkest guy at the picnic” can be considered a “superlative,” but it’s a funny way to describe Logan Mankins.
Welcome to SportsGrid’s Tuesday feature, “Shut Up,” (pronounced: “shut up… comma”) where we add a name after the comma, telling that person to stop saying words, because they’re being stupid. This week, that person is Tom Brady.
Tom Brady on the bench? What? Mike Cardano talks you through the implications.
Fantasy Football start ‘em, sit ‘em for Week 9 starts with Washington TE Jordan Reed (start him) and Patriots clotheshorse Tom Brady (report to the coach’s office, and bring your playbook).