It’s that time of year again.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
I’d be remiss of recapping the NFL in week 10 without turning the back clock to Thursday night.
Even though the Vikings lost, they proved themselves a formidable opponent for the Steelers.
Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga has spent the better part of the last two decades screwing over whichever Florida sports teams he could get his hands on, but now he's finally ready to minimize his tightfisted mismanagement by selling most of his share of the team to partial owner John Ross.
To precisely no one's surprise, Adrian Peterson was the only thing worth a damn on the Vikings' offense last night, as he rushed for 103 yards and a score on just 19 carries against the Packers.
The new GQ magazine, when not lauding <a href="http://kissingsuzykolber.uproxx.com/" target="_blank">Kissing Suzy Kolber</a> for being one of the reasons that "football is better than ever," includes a <a href="http://men.style.com/gq/features/full?id=content_7405&pageNum=1" target="_blank">feature on Vikings running back Adrian Peterson</a> written by Lisa DePaulo.
Tony Romo isn't just the Cowboys' All-Pro quarterback who dates Jessica Simpson.
Like everyone else, I ignored most of the Pro Bowl yesterday.
<a href="http://larrybrownsports.com/2008/01/17/rick-majerus-loves-being-naked/" target="_blank">Larry Brown Sports</a> picked up on an article in this week's Sports Illustrated that is guaranteed to haunt your dreams.
Say what you will about the Red Sox, but a lot of the players on the team seem to have good senses of humor -- or at the very least, they're extroverted meathead simpletons.
You can only hope to contain Brooks Bollinger" title="You can only hope to contain Brooks Bollinger" class="alignright size-full wp-image-41" />The Viking weren't terribly impressive last night (see: Tarvaris Jackson's 3 INTs), but they had two things going for them: (1) PURPLE JESUS, and (2) the Bears bloooooooooow.
ESPN sideline reporter Jack Arute (try saying it "Jackaroo" -- whee.
Everybody's all worked up in a lather today about <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/20/sports/football/20fans.html?_r=3&ref=sports&oref=slogin&oref=slogin&oref=slogin" target="_blank">this New York Times article</a> that discusses Jets fans' aggressive and misogynistic behavior at halftime of home games.
Here's the highlight package of Adrian Peterson's 296-yard, record-setting performance yesterday.
Welcome to a very special afternoon edition of the Monday Morning Suck-Off.
I don't know if one can really say that the Vikings' rookie running back Adrian Peterson is "greater than" the Bears' veteran RB/special teamer Adrian Peterson, but the Minnesota's A.
We all remember that refereeing ugliness from the Oklahoma-Oregon game, yes.