“They forget you've gotta win," said the Cleveland Browns quarterback.
This feels like a good time to mention that the Buccaneers won the Ed Block Courage Award NFL Athletic Training Staph of the Year for 2013.
I think I’m speaking for all Philadelphians when I say the team’s lawsuit doesn’t hold wudder.
“What should the failure mode be for the wave generator?”
“Nothing, it should just die quietly and stop functioning.”
“We could do that. Or.. and hear me out on this one...”
But he’s got some talent. He’s got some athleticism
shouldn’t this be posted to Splinter?
Also, I’m kind of amazed Coco is not on the list. Maybe it was too dark for people and they don’t enjoy crying quite as much as that film makes people cry.
No house numbers, so you have to pick up your mail at the post office? I presume that means that if your house catches fire you have to bring the fire to the fire house too.
In the AAF, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups. The players who were suckered into wasting months of their life, and the owners who will somehow cash out and profit on an obvious disaster. These are their stories.
Sidoo, Sidoo, Sidoo, Sidoo
“To the death?”
Bills fans this morning are destroying property, calling Brown racial slurs and drunkenly getting into fistfights so, you know, you can just imagine how they’ll react when they hear about this.
That’s what they get for trusting someone named “Georgie Businsessman”
Certainly not the first time some Arians have complained about the work ethic of a Brown.
The additional point is already coming in handy, as Dallas responded with a touchdown that only gave them a three-point lead.
Who can forget Cody Pickett’s Charge, the Battle of Kam Chancellorsville, or the Michael Vicksburg Campaign?
“That’s the first time he’s done that this year.”
A Miami resident leaves temple early so he doesn’t miss out on a great deal?
He actually resigned several weeks ago, but he didn’t think he had to report it to the school.
I guess this means Marty is stuck in 1955 forever. Just like Mike Pence and the rest of Indiana.