Hold on, Nick Foles did what?
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Hold on, Nick Foles did what?
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/horizontal_1382926193.jpg"></a>Words by <a href="http://twitter.com/bansky" target="_blank">Bansky</a> The Dallas Cowboys have been involved in two of the best games of the season so far.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/sport_1379909771.jpg"></a>Words by <a href="https://twitter.com/bansky" target="_blank">Bansky</a> There have only been three games, and the word "exposed" is pretty big, but the San Francisco 49ers sure have played back-to-back awful games.
My Irish grandfather, who's 75, has lived in Northeast Ohio for at least the past 55 years, married to my grandmother.
Thursday night during the Eagles' 14-9 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Lesean "Shady" McCoy ripped off a 21-yard-run proving he's more than ready for the regular 16-game-slate to commence.
Five-year-old cancer survivor Ryan Encinas scored a touchdown at the end of Cleveland's practice with a little help from running back Trent Richardson.
The factory of sadness produced another barrel of tears after newly acquired Cleveland Browns linebacker Quentin Groves found out the hard way that tricking ain’t easy.
Following Thanksgiving, the Pittsburgh Steelers and their fans were doing their best to look at the glass half full.
For three quarters, all signs pointed to Carolina upsetting Chicago, but the switch clicked in the fourth and the Bears roared all the way back, making up a twelve point deficit for a satisfying 23-22 nail-biting victory.
The legend of Robert Griffin III continues to grow each Sunday.
There have been a lot of videos that exemplified the Cleveland experience -- the <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRBDMMVctu8" target="_blank">"Factory Of Sadness"</a> and <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysmLA5TqbIY" target="_blank">hastily-made tourism videos among them</a> -- but none quite so beautifully as this one.
Yesterday, The Sports Fan Journal's <a href="http://www.thesportsfanjournal.com/author/kenny/">Kenny Masenda</a> and I attended the Ravens/Cowboys game in Baltimore.
Well, all of our complaining and cursing did it… just kidding.
As I perused the sports news this morning, I noticed a few things.
Although the majority of NFL teams intend to recognize Art Modell's death this Sunday (as per the NFL's request), the Cleveland Browns will not honor their late former owner.
Two weeks ago, the NFL announced that it had signed some pretty heavy hitters <a href="http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000039776/article/serena-williams-condoleezza-rice-appear-in-nfl-ads">to endorse a new line of fan gear for women</a>, and while it’s not as awesome as <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Marisa-Miller.jpg">when the league did this</a>, it’s still a hell of a statement.
If you're a fan of the Cleveland Browns (cough), you were probably happy when the team traded up in April to select Trent Richardson, the University of Alabama running back who led the team to a national championship and kinda looks like Robert Griffin III had a man-baby with Benedict Cumberbatch.
It came with little pomp or precedence, but the Cleveland Browns are close to switching ownership hands.
Boy oh boy, it sure is getting hot outside now that summer is here.