Bountygate Reveals NFL is Violent

March 5, 2012

A new scandal shows that a sport based on hitting and tackling in a league full of criminals may be just as barbaric as you probably imagine.

Gregg Williams Calls for a Cheek Fish Hook

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With No 17-Year Olds Around, Mark Sanchez Asks Santonio Holmes to Be His Valentine

February 15, 2012

Despite the fact that Santonio Holmes is a decade older than Mark Sanchez’s usual dates, the Jets QB asked his WR over Twitter to be his Valentine.

Sanchez Wants Holmes to Fly Into His Arms

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Jets Get Mad, Even

January 17, 2011

The angry, loud mouth New York Jets went into Foxboro and beat their rival New England Patriots to earn a trip to the AFC Championship game. That’s what you get for taking better care of your hair than the ball, Tom.

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Addressing Sports Rumors

January 7, 2011

It’s time to address some of the gossip topics floating around the sports world.

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Jets at Dolphins: An AFC East Sunday Night Story

September 27, 2010

NBC dubbed Sunday nights’ AFC East match-up between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins as Futbol Americano. The Spanish theme was supposedly for Hispanic Heritage Month, but may have been a subtle promotion for some sort of baseball-football Black-Spanish exchange program. Looking for the minority mix up, since baseball has been itching for more black players and there are plenty to be found in the NFL, which could benefit from stealing some soccer fans. Even though NBC showed the score with the team names reading “Jets de Nuevo York” and “Dolphins de Miami”, it doesn’t make Mark Sanchez seem any more Mexican.

Futbol Americano: Mas Interesante de Soccer!

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Number 1s

January 25, 2010
For the first time since 1993, the Superbowl will feature the top seeded teams in each conference. The New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts were perfect deep into the season, and are set to face off in Miami to decide which of the conference’s best teams is better.
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