BRyan31122
bryan31122
11/12/18
11:32 AM
34

I agree. No one said electricity is not a fuel except jalopnik. All references say its not an “approved fuel” which frankly is a legitimate argument. You think if I ran nitromethane, people would cry fowl? probably.

11/1/18
12:51 PM
41

The good news is that if these two Not-Colin-Kaepernicks can’t play, then the Niners only have one choice left...TOM SAVAGE!
*EXTREME MONSTER TRUCK VOICE*
That’s fucking right! TOM-FUCKING-SAVAGE! The 28 year old who actually looks DEAD (Is he even breathing?!)! Proud holder of a perfect 2,000 passing yards! And a 5:7 Read more

10/30/18
6:03 PM
30

Let’s just be honest here: the Giants should have traded Eli Manning for Peterman.  It’s a win for both sides: Manning’s efficiency goes up as he’s not stuck behind New York’s putrid OL, and Peterman’s efficiency goes up by taking 10-yard sacks every play instead of trying to pass the ball.

10/1/18
2:02 AM
16

Really, the best argument against the NFL rigging anything is the simple fact that the NFL is not collectively competent enough to do so.

9/30/18
2:54 PM
50

So the issue is that Belichick thinks that McCain’s injury is Doubtful? Makes sense, since usually when Belichick fakes an injury, it shows up as Questionable on the report.

9/28/18
2:14 PM
22

Not trying to be a troll, but really the only solution is to try and injure the QB each tme and make the 15 yard penalty worth it. I really don't see any way around getting a penalty with each sack.

9/27/18
1:42 PM
27

What makes me nuts about these exhaust videos is the engine is not under load, where it sounds the best. It’s just sitting there in neutral while Jim-Bob revs it up for the camera.

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9/25/18
12:27 PM
152

My dad “accidentally” uses the accent of the culture whose food we are eating at a restaurant. Indian, Mexican, Vietnamese. And that’s less embarrassing than this loss.

8/8/18
10:10 AM
129

I have lurked on Jalopnik for years. This is the first comment that has lured me in to account ownership. You are wrong.

8/6/18
6:42 PM
111

I don’t get it, either. I’ve got a pretty high salary and only one kid, and I’m still usually looking at used stuff in the $20K-30K range. Then again, people seem to talk like $500+ a month for a car is normal, so I guess I’m just out of touch.