Week 3 is over and everything is on fire.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Because any primetime game officiated by scab refs is gonna run well past midnight, it was awfully considerate that Peyton Manning served up his best schadenfreude of the night nice and early for the folks on the East Coast who had to be in bed at a reasonable hour.
We were treated to two different types of ugly last night: a thorough curb-stomping and a category five sh*t storm.
Drew Brees tonight was the first of perhaps several QBs this season who will pass Dan Marino's single-season passing yardage record.
When the Steelers weren't getting manhandled by Aldon Smith, they were busy turning the ball over.
I feel like I spent all of Derpoween sitting out in the field waiting for The Great Pumpkin Marmalard to show himself, only for nothing but derps and derps and derps and derps.
Yes, but that's Lions logo toast on your sign.
I think Brett Favre started this game only so ESPN could have one more quarter of stroking him long and hard before Corey Wootton could bounce his head off the rock-hard turf.
I can't say I watched a lot of the Giants-Vikes game, but from what little I did, I could tell I wasn't missing much.
San Diego is well on its way to turning another dreadful start into a playoff run that culminates with an underwhelming performance once the postseason actually starts.
A frightening scene if you happened to be a concession stand or a timeout in FedEx Field last night.
Not much interesting to say about this one.
Anything but more of that game.
Jeebus Retweeting Christ, if I ever manage to forgive ESPN for the thousands of other disgusting things they've done to sports, I'm not sure I'll be able to get over the travishamockery this broadcast was tonight.