The NFL on Sunday debuted its annual commercial to build hype for the playoffs.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
After the San Francisco 49ers were pummeled by the San Diego Chargers last night, they still only trail the leaders of their division by a single game.
With each passing week, the playoff picture becomes less and less cloudy.
Major League Baseball, perhaps saddened by the loss of their marquee teams from this year's World Series (which starts on Wednesday night, for some reason), might be open to expanding their postseason format, according to the new head of the players' union.
Everybody's had those Rip Van Winkle days when we fade off to sleep forgetting to recharge our phone batteries and wake up to the realization that the Turkish immigrants you hired to dust your house for two bucks an hour have been banging on the screen door for almost half the day.
Somebody sent me this Gay piece from the Wall Street Journal a couple days back and I didn't really give it much thought at the time (I blame the meth), but the more I thought about it, the more I got irritated by this little passage on the front end of it: May I root against the New Orleans Saints.
Cardinals 51, Packers 45 (OT). Aaron Rodgers rallied the Packers out of 17-point deficit to force overtime--and then surrendered the ball on what was technically ruled a fumble that Karlos Dansby ran back for the game winner.
There's really no segment tougher to endure than the "Keys To Victory" segment, which is usually nothing more than a rundown of pointless, outdated football cliches.
Now merely a week away from the start of the postseason, the hopes of many have been stoked, only so that they can soon be dashed to our everlasting cackling delight.
The New York Giants needed a win to stay in the NFC playoff race, and they got it.
Day two of Wild Card weekend opens with two AFC teams fond of employing gimmick plays and crazed linebackers.
YOU CAN'T BEAT PEYTON WITH LONG HAIR.
Kurt Warner makes his savior-approved return to the prayoffs playoffs, while Matt Ryan makes his debut.