You know, we say this often, and yet...sorry, I trailed off because I was imagining the Browns signing Brock Osweiler again.
I would love if the Browns tried to become the Navy of the NFL.
Update: It won’t be Dan Bailey.
I could see that, though that also might be a difficult task for Blake Bortles to complete.
Well, I’m a dumbass. It was second and eight. Do what you will with that information.
It feels great when my own jokes are explained to me. It’s awesome, actually.
All of this info is in the first paragraph.
Yeah, that’s my fuckup. I’ve corrected the article. Thanks.
I was making a (bad) joke; maybe for the Tournament of Champions, though.
I’m wondering if the Jeopardy producers are going to take this as a challenge and bust out the secret classified folder of categories to humble him.
Here’s a 13-minute highlight reel of Rogers that will either entertain you or make you punch a hole in your computer.
An earlier version of this article referred to Dan Levy as editor of Billy Penn, when in fact he’s actually the sports editor at Billy Penn and The Incline. The post has been amended.
He lost me with the “vegan ISIS” thing but I should disclose that I haven’t watched a full episode of the show since his first month.
I agree, and will add “hit a home run” in a sport that isn’t baseball. I hear this in football all the time when referring to draft picks and it drives me nuts.
As I see it, the big three factions in the NFL are the Watts, Gronkowskis, and McCourtys. The McCaffreys are rising, and the Longs are in the mix. All of these will be wiped out once the second wave of Cromarties comes along.
I started with the Twins and traded some of the good hitters to make it harder, because I couldn’t find a harder setting for season mode. I still have Paul Molitor, though.
College football coaches, because they affect more kids and also leave them with worse injuries.