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Why is this kid even on Jeopardy? I know that he is probably incredibly smart in other categories, but if you don’t know then don’t answer the question. I know that they may have not shown the picture right away but there’s no excuses in Jeopardy because Alex doesn’t play that shit. Instead of that question they should have gone with one like this that better describes Eli Manning-

Who is this New York quarterback who always has a remedial look on his face and recently appeared on SNL?

 

I bet that Kevin would have absolutely nailed that one. Who is Mark Sanchez?

Thank you Roger Goodell for finally putting the Pro Bowl out of its misery. It’s not like this decision will actually affect any fans because I don’t personally know one person who actually watched but at least the NFL wants to make it better. And it’s not like the players really actually care anyway. Goodell has made it so that they will get paid whether or not there is an actual Pro Bowl. In the meantime Goodell is looking for input on how to make the Pro Bowl better. I don’t know if he’s just blind but I think it’s pretty obvious. Two things would make it infinitely better. Get rid of all the stupid rules, bring back the Skills Challenge, and put it after the Super Bowl. Problem Solved. I’d be happy with just an expanded Skills Competition actually. Would be 10x better than the last 5 Pro Bowls combined.

It’s official. Peyton Manning has chose the Denver Broncos as his new team for next season. Manning has reportedly called John Elway to tell him that the he has picked the Broncos and told his agent to get a deal done with Denver.Now that the Peyton Manning dog and pony show is over, it’s now time for the Tim Tebow dog and pony show to start. Now we will be subjected to around the clock updates of where Tim Tebow will be traded and when. This is all based on the opinion of some that Tebow actually has any trade value at all in the NFL. A team will have to be pretty desperate to take a chance on a player who calls himself a QB, but can’t throw the ball. Might be a problem. The only good thing that’s going to come out of this for Tebow is that thanks to Manning there will be a couple of teams in desperate need of a QB. Tebow should thank Manning for stringing along all these teams because that will be the only way he actually gets traded for. Worse case scenario is that he doesn’t get traded and Elway constantly has to watch his biggest mistake sit on the bench all next season. Either way, Tebow Time and the Peyton Show are officially over. Feel free to take to the streets in celebration.

P.S.- Now Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow are almost exactly alike. Both headed back to the bench.

P.P.S.- I am going to be pissed if the Broncos keep Tebow and Manning ends up getting hurt. Pissed. I’ll be even madder if he goes to the Dolphins and I have to watch him run around like a chicken with his head cut off against the Patriots twice a year.¬† If you were Manning why would you pass up the 49ers? Better offense, better defense, better overall. The Broncos got into the playoffs on a fluke, but if Peyton thinks that he can lead them to a Super Bowl, good luck to him.

This is the kind of stuff that you should lose your Super Bowl rings for. Dude you’re an NFL player and this is what you go with. C’mon, man. Her nickname is the Staten Island Dump. I have a feeling that the only rushing Bradshaw is going to be doing is to the clinic.

This sums up everything that’s wrong with Giants fans and New York fans in general. They’re all bandwagon fans, pure and simple. If the Jets had won the Super Bowl the world probably would have ended but these two idiots would have been there yelling that they want to see Ryan Fitzpatrick. She said it herself, she’s a fan of all teams and all sports. Don’t get me wrong there were probably some real Giants fans there. Maybe 10-15%. But the other 85-90% were just there to get drunk and have a good time. I don’t have a problem with them doing this as long as they know who’s parade it is. You should have to take a test before they let you into these things, and these two wouldn’t pass a blood test. They should take Brandon Jacobs advice and shut their mouth and be cute, but the probably think that was LaDainian Tomlinson.

After watching this video I’m not even mad at all. It’s obviously Gronk just blowing off some steam with his friends and family. He is “Yo Soy Fiesta” after all. Can’t really blame him for just being himself.

P.S.- Scott Zolak I see you at 3:00 min. Getting down.

 

I thought that I could never be mad at Gronkowski. I’m not really mad, just disappointed. After a tough loss sometimes you just gotta blow off some steam. But dancing with LMFAO? Are you kidding me? They suck. Gronk just dropped down a few notches in my book.

Congratulations to MIA, who by flipping off the camera during the Super Bowl halftime show is now all of a sudden relevant. It seems like this is all I heard about today. It doesn’t matter because after this she will go back to fulfilling her namesake, Missing In Action, making shitty songs with Madonna.

With the Super Bowl only a little more than 24 hours away, let’s take a look at some of the key match ups for Sunday’s game.

Patriots Offense vs. Giants Defense- This match up is going to be all about how the offensive line can hold up versus the likes of Umenyiora and Tuck. Everyone wants to talk about how bad the Patriots Defense is, but everyone seems to have forgotten that the Giants wasn’t far ahead in the rankings. If the O line can give Brady some time he should be able to throw against the Giants secondary. If Gronkowski ankle is fine, which it probably is, look for him to get the ball early. This should set up Welker and Branch for some passes. Also, look for Hernandez to line up all over the field as Belichick tries to catch the Giants off guard.

With the Giants weak secondary, I’m going with Ochocinco to have a breakout game. He’s been very focused during the week. Look for him to make a big statement after the unfortunate passing of his father a couple of weeks ago.

Advantage- Patriots

Giants Offense vs. Patriots Defense

Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, Mario Manningham. This is the Giants offense. Ahmad Bradshaw is still somewhat of a threat, but Brandon Jacobs probably won’t be a factor¬† due to the fact that he likes to run up the middle. For the Giants to win they must have similar success as the Patriots Offense. Eli Manning has to be able to get it Cruz and Nicks. If the Patriots put a safety over the top, then look for Manningham to get the ball thrown to him. Look for McCourty to play safety over the top on Cruz, and Chung to play over Nicks. If the Patriots D can step up in the big situations like they have been and force field goals, the Giants are going to be in trouble. Look for Mark Anderson to get to Eli like San Francisco did.

Advantage- Giants by an inch

Outcome- This one could be close or a blow out in either direction. If the Patriots D from the past two weeks shows up then I have to give it to the Patriots. Like I said, score could be separated by one point or 20, I don’t really know. My gut says 31-24 Patriots.

All week long I’ve had to hear about the media bitching about how at the rally Tom Brady said that he hopes that they can have more fans at the party in two weeks. The media keeps bringing up this point in everything they say and I’m getting tired of it. I wouldn’t be getting tired of it though, if the media would bring up what the Giants have been saying leading up to the Super Bowl. Let me give you some quotes:

Chris Canty- “Get ready for a great game on Super Bowl Sunday and get ready for a parade on Tuesday.”

Antrel Rolle- “We are going to win this thing.”

Kiwanuka- “I think we’re going to win the game. You don’t come out here and say we’re going to go out there and give it our best. I believe every guy in that locker room thinks we’re going to win the game. If they didn’t believe that, they shouldn’t be in the locker room.”

So let me get this straight you’ve got 3 players on the Giant repeatedly guaranteeing victory and the media still wants to replay a quote from Brady saying that he hopes they can have a party next week. C’mon. Now the New York media wants to blow this whole Gisele email thing out of proportion. Remember that these are the same media members who a couple of months ago were basically worshiping everything that Tim Tebow did. Now they want to scrutinize a personal email of a players wife asking her friends and family to pray for the teams safety. Give me a break. To top all that off, Rodney Harrison said that he would trust Eli Manning more than Tom Brady. You’re going to trust Eli more than the man who won you two Super Bowls Rodney? E tu, Rodney? E tu?