I figured the best way to help snap people out of Tebowing is to start tagging those pictures with paint art graffiti based off of his statistics. Tim Tebow’s Broncos were walloped by the Detroit Lions yesterday, 45-10, in front of Denver’s collection of Tebow loyalists.
The world is a weird place sometimes. During yesterday’s 20-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins, Reggie Bush rushed for 103 yards, which marked just the second time in his six-year career that the former Saints running back hit the century mark. Hours later, news has arrived that Bush’s […]
After viewing Pittsburgh’s 25-17 victory over New England, its evident the 5-2 Patriots are suffering from numerous problems. New England’s defense was shoved around by Pittsburgh all day. The 6-2 Steelers converted 10 of 16 third down chances, gained 427 yards of total offense, and held the ball […]
http://twitter.com/#!/TheBillWalton/status/130796610371325953 These are sad times for Dallas sports fans. Last Thursday night, the Rangers were a strike away from winning the World Series (twice). Less than 24 hours later, they were sobbing tears of regret as the Cardinals became baseball’s best. Now, Dallas turns its lonely eyes to […]
The “Tebowing” phenomenon that is sweeping the nation got another boost on Sunday when Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch sacked Tim Tebow during the first half of Denver’s meeting with Detroit. After the sack, Tulloch went to work. Surely, he will not be the last defender to do this. […]
The Eagles and Cowboys resume their rivalry this evening at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday Night Football. During halftime of tonight’s contest, the Eagles will induct the late Jim Johnson and former cornerback Eric Allen into the team’s Honor Roll.
After the St. Louis Cardinals salted away Game 6 of the World Series on Thursday night, Bill Belichick did what any good friend would; he showed support for his buddy Tony LaRussa. Belichick wore his LaRussa again on Friday prior to St. Louis defeating the Texas Rangers in […]
Back in 1989, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson’s first foray into NFL action was a memorable and awful experience that ultimately helped shape a team that would win three Super Bowls in a four year span. During the ’89 season, Johnson’s Cowboys ran into Buddy Ryan’s Eagles […]
Remember last year when Tom Brady was being called Ziggy Stardust because of his drawn-in facial bones and long hair? Ok, probably not because to my knowledge the only person who called him that was my buddy Kaz, who is a diehard Buffalo Bills fan. Nonetheless, his teammates […]
Sunday night marks the first Cowboys/Eagles battle of the season, which is the Philadelphia sports equivalent of the Civil War. Dallas represents everything Eagles fans loathe; arrogance, entitlement, and a white collar mentality with achieved success and subsequently rubbing everyone’s nose in it. Also, when the Cowboys started […]