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Archive for December, 2010

Peyton Hillis Pro Bowl Snub

December 31, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Lots of folks think that Cleveland Browns RB Peyton Hillis deserved to be in the Pro Bowl.

Peyton Hillis played football this season like he was Thing in The Fantastic Four. (Footballguys.com)

Peyton Hillis played football this season like he was Thing in The Fantastic Four. (Footballguys.com)

From Fanhouse

The talent pool in the NFL increases each season, causing the voting for the league’s best to participate in the Pro Bowl to be more difficult. Voters base the majority of their decisions on stats and even with the fans, coaches and players participation in the voting process, outstanding athletes get overlooked because of their teams’ poor records and because they are not household names. This was probably why Browns running back Peyton Hillis was over looked.

Arian Foster is completely deserving of his honor because he leads the league in rushing with 1,436 yards and all running backs in receiving yards with 594. Jamaal Charles and Maurice Jones-Drew had great seasons, but did Hillis get a fair shake during the voting?

Original Photos Yahoo, toutlecine

Patriots New Image

December 30, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The New England Patriots started to roll after trading Randy Moss.

Randy Moss started to fade long before the Patriots traded him. (Footballguys.com)

Randy Moss started to fade long before the Patriots traded him. (Footballguys.com)

From The Boston Herald

In one of the most stunning early season trades ever witnessed in the league, the Pats dealt future Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss to the Vikings for a third-round draft choice. It sure looked like Belichick was cashing in his chips. How could the Pats be better without Moss? In time, the answer came.

Soon after Moss was dealt, the Pats re-acquired an old friend, Deion Branch, who was part of two of the three Super Bowl championships. The wide receiver shared a special chemistry and bond with quarterback Tom Brady, and it didn’t take long before that connection was rekindled.

Original Photo Zimbio

(Note:  Over the next week or two, we’ll be sharing some of the photoshops that appeared this season on Footballguys.com)

Sutter Out In Calgary

December 29, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NHL

The Calgary Flames announced the resignation of Darryl Sutter as GM.

Calgary Flames fans cried tears of joy yesterday. Darryl Sutter did not.

Calgary Flames fans cried tears of joy yesterday. Darryl Sutter did not.

From The Toronto Sun

Darryl Sutter stepped down as GM of the Calgary Flames Tuesday morning and assistant GM Jay Feaster will take over in the interim.

The Flames made the announcement just as the players took to the ice for practice.

“Darryl has performed valuable service to the Calgary Flames organization for eight years,” said president Ken King. “He was the leader that ignited a renaissance of Flames hockey, moving us from a non-playoff team to an organization that was viewed as a respected and popular contender each year.

Original Photo buffalonews.com

LeBron Dumber Than We Thought

December 28, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

LeBron James of the Miami Heat claims to not have known what the word ‘contraction’ meant until the internet told him.

LeBron James might as well wear a dunce cap, because the world now knows how stupid he actually is.

LeBron James might as well wear a dunce cap, because the world now knows how stupid he actually is.

From ESPN

That’s crazy, because I had no idea what the word ‘contraction’ meant before I saw it on the Internet,” James said after the Miami Heat’s practice Monday. “I never even mentioned that. That word never even came out of my mouth. I was just saying how the league was back in the ’80s and how it could be good again. I never said, ‘Let’s take some of the teams out.’

Original Photos Daylife, janebgrimm

Chargers Crash And Burn

December 27, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The San Diego Chargers were eliminated from playoff contention after losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, but they won’t be making any changes.

Norv Turner hoped that the San Diego Chargers wouldn't choke against the Bengals, but they did.

Norv Turner hoped that the San Diego Chargers wouldn't choke against the Bengals, but they did.

From The San Diego Union-Tribune

The easiest thing in the world is to start over. Who the hell do I go hire? Blow the whole thing up? We’re a pretty good team but we have to make the right moves. We’ve fallen. It could have been our draft picks or our free-agent moves. But we have a good core, and I don’t care what anybody says. I’m not afraid to make changes. If I thought it was warranted, I would do it. We have a good foundation here.

Original Photos Yahoo, daymarksafety

LeBron Opens Mouth, Dumb Stuff Comes Out

December 26, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

LeBron James of the Miami Heat wishes he didn’t call for the NBA to contract the Timberwolves and Nets.

LeBron James won't cry over spilled milk, no matter how stupid he sounds when he talks.

LeBron James of the Miami Heat won't cry over spilled milk, no matter how stupid he sounds when he talks.

From The Kansas City Star

LeBron James won’t be president of the player’s association anytime soon. James said this week he thought contraction would be a “great” idea, ignoring the fact that contraction would cost some of his colleagues their jobs.

James, though, thinks that’s a great idea, too. Then the league wouldn’t be as watered down as it is now.

While fans around the country were upset to see James join Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami, James is hoping even more superstars can team up on other teams.

“Hopefully the league can figure out one way where it can go back to the ’80s where you had three or four All-Stars, three or four superstars, three or four hall of famers on the same team,” James said. “The league was great. It wasn’t as watered down as it is (now).”

James went so far as to suggest taking Kevin Love off the Minnesota Timberwolves and Brook Lopez and Devin Harris off the New Jersey Nets – the same Nets team he met with last summer in Cleveland

Original Photos Yahoo, paleochix

Merry Rexmas!

December 25, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Happy Holidays!

Katchop.com wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, and so does Rex Ryan.

Katchop.com wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, and so does Rex Ryan.

Patriots Won’t Slow Down

December 24, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

An off day for the New England Patriots? Bah Humbug!

Bill Belichick is no Scrooge, but the New England Patriots don't slow down for holidays.

Bill Belichick is no Scrooge, but the New England Patriots don't slow down for holidays.

From The Boston Herald

I don’t think you really ever shake that,” Welker said earlier in the season. “You always remember getting cut. You see the side of the business that you never thought you’d have to see.”

A few weeks into his tenure, Woodhead, the former Jet, was asked if he’d grown comfortable in New England: “You never want to get comfortable.”

Original Photo Yahoo, agentgenius

Grossman Surprises

December 22, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Washington Redskins seem to like Rex Grossman.

People are getting surprised by Rex Grossman passes.

People are getting surprised by Rex Grossman passes.

From The Washington Post

After Grossman’s four-touchdown, three-turnover show in a 33-30 loss to Dallas on Sunday, the Washington Redskins coach said, “I understand this game, and I understand how it works.” That got noticed.

This didn’t: “When I had Jake Plummer, he had a winning percentage of 36 percent” in six years in Arizona, Shanahan said. “Everybody said we were crazy. He had 90 touchdown passes and 114 interceptions. ‘How can you bring a guy to the Denver Broncos that had won 36 percent of his games?’

“And four years later, he’d won 72 percent of his games, which was the best in [the NFL in those] four years.”

Original Photo Yahoo

Suh Is A Monster

December 21, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Ndamukong Suh is making the Detroit Lions very happy.

Ndamukong Suh likes being a Detroit Lion.

Ndamukong Suh likes being a Detroit Lion.

From The Sacramento Bee

Lions coach Jim Schwartz was a defensive assistant in Tennessee when Jevon Kearse set a rookie record with 14.5 sacks in 1999. Schwartz rates Suh as the better rookie.

“I’ve never seen a guy like Ndamukong that’s come in and not only physically not had an issue, but he’s gotten better every week,” Schwartz said in a conference call. “You see offenses treat him the way that they do perennial Pro Bowl players. You see the respect already on film from offenses, so you know they think he’s a good player.

Original Photos Yahoo, rvthereyet

Patriots Win Ugly

December 20, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The New England Patriots are heading to the playoffs.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots celebrates a TD.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots celebrates a TD.

From FoxNews

They were outgained Sunday night by 120 yards, held the ball for fewer than 20 minutes and watched the key to their success, Tom Brady, absorb his third straight three-sack game.

The Patriots still held off the Green Bay Packers 31-27 for their sixth straight victory. But for a coach who says the statistic that overrides all those negative numbers is a higher point total than the opponent, Bill Belichick was very concerned about his team’s performance.

He said it was disappointing that the Patriots couldn’t handle a lot of the basic things that the Packers did.

Original Photo Yahoo

Bears To Fight Vikings, Elements

December 19, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings are getting set to play outdoors on Monday night.

Fans of the Chicago Bears, like the guys from The League, are headed to Minnesota to watch an outdoor game.

Fans of the Chicago Bears, like the guys from The League, are headed to Minnesota to watch an outdoor game.

From NFL.com

All respect to the people that cleared the field and got it ready, you did an amazing job. That being said, it’s unplayable,” Kluwe tweeted after the Vikings practiced on the field for the first time Sunday. Added Kluwe: “The field is as hard as concrete an hour and a half after they took the tarp off, and anyone that hits their head is getting a concussion.”

Kluwe went on to call the NFL’s stance on player safety “hypocritical” and predicted that Monday’s game would be a “trainwreck.”

Original Photos Yahoo, accesshollywood

Big Ben Ready For Jets

December 18, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Jets face each other on Sunday.

Steelers' QB Ben Roethlisberger is wearing some interesting protection for his broken nose.

Steelers' QB Ben Roethlisberger is wearing some interesting protection for his broken nose.

From Behindthesteelcurtain

The Jets, with their power running scheme, and quarterback who’s as green as his jersey, match up very poorly with the Steelers defense.

Until you remove SS Troy Polamalu from the equation. A weakened Steelers defense could give the Jets a reason for hope, but when you factor in a key injury to RT Damien Woody, as well as the circus-like atmosphere surrounding the Jets this week, it’s difficult to predict how this will pan out.

Defense on defense in this week’s PZB, some stats that show great defense, bush-league tactics and the return of our former XLIII Hero.

Original Photos Yahoo, oldbluesocks

Boudreau Likes Ketchup

December 17, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NHL

Bruce Boudreau, coach of the Washington Capitals, is kind of crazy on HBO’s 24/7.

Bruce Boudreau of the Washington Capitals likes ketchup.

Bruce Boudreau of the Washington Capitals likes ketchup.

From CBS

Between elbowing the glass and freaking out on the bench during his team’s current losing streak, it’s no wonder the Capitals have little to no composure when they are forced to play from behind. In the event of a fire or an emergency, Boudreau is the last guy I would want being in charge of the safety of people’s lives. (That and the fact in one of his Real World-like confessions, he had either ketchup or barbeque sauce all over his face).

Original Photo Daylife

Titans Bracing For Change

December 16, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Tennessee Titans will look different next season, as either Jeff Fisher or Vince Young will likely be gone.

If Jeff Fisher survives, could he look to replace Vince Young with Cam Newton as the Titans QB?

If Jeff Fisher survives, could he look to replace Vince Young with Cam Newton as the Titans QB?

From Fanhouse

Jeff Fisher fancies himself a player’s coach, but he’s lost the feud with Vince Young. Indeed, if he’s such a player’s coach, Fisher would have taken note of the fact that he’s lost this locker room. That the Titans are en route to nine consecutive losses to finish off the 2010 season. If Fisher had kept his mouth shut in the locker room, VY would be rehabbing and the team’s subsequent collapse wouldn’t be placed at his feet. Titan fans would wait another season to see if Young will finally become a franchise quarterback. But instead Fisher picked a fight and lost his team. Now it’s time for him to go.

Original Photos zimbio, yahoo, sportdecals1

Cardinals Like Skelton

December 15, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

For now, John Skelton is the starting QB of the Arizona Cardinals.

The Arizona Cardinals are not afraid to start John Skelton.

The Arizona Cardinals are not afraid to start John Skelton.

From National Football Post

He did a lot of things rookie quarterbacks do,” Whisenhunt said, “as far as mistakes, play calls in the huddle that were incorrect and had to be changed. All those things are what you expect.
“We had a plan that was scaled down for him, but what I really liked was his demeanor and how he handled himself. They brought a lot of pressure and he was able to handle that and make some throws. There’s potential there to grow into that position. That’s an exciting part of it.”

Original Photos Yahoo, caro

Special Teams A Flop For Redskins

December 14, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Washington Redskins are making changes.

Graham Gano of the Washington Redskins may be changing his last name to Ganogood after missing several field goals on Sunday.

Graham Gano of the Washington Redskins may be changing his last name to Ganogood after missing several field goals on Sunday.

From The Washington Post

Smith figured someone would lose his job for the botched extra-point attempt that cost the Redskins a shot at overtime against Tampa Bay. And not surprisingly, Smith, who failed to catch the snap while holding on the play, was informed Tuesday that the Redskins had released him and signed Sam Paulescu to replace him as their punter and holder.

“Honestly, nothing surprises me after 12 years playing NFL football,” Smith, who was in his second season with Washington, said in a phone interview.

“Obviously, if I catch the snap and we kick the extra point and go to overtime, I’m probably not cut today. So that’s definitely disappointing. Obviously, this is not the way I wanted to finish the season.”

Original Photo Yahoo

Bears Lick Their Wounds

December 13, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Chicago Bears are regrouping.

Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears uses his challenge flag to keep his snowman's head warm.

Lovie Smith of the Chicago Bears passed the time in the 4th quarter on Sunday by making a sad snowman.

From The Chicago Tribune

The Bears had a handful of losses last season like the one they suffered against the Patriots on Sunday, so it’s not as if it has been so long since they have had to sift through the wreckage.

Making the recovery easier Monday at Halas Hall was the reality that as wide as the gap between the teams is, the Bears remain atop the NFC North and if the season ended today they would be the No. 2 playoff seed in the conference.

Original Photos Yahoo, thefuntimesguide

Matt Carkner Plays With Blood

December 12, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NHL

Matt Carkner of the Ottawa Senators is in trouble for flicking blood.

Matt Carkner of the Ottawa Senators likes the smell of blood.

Matt Carkner of the Ottawa Senators likes the smell of blood.

From The Huffington Post

As Carkner skated away, he appeared to flick or make a blood-flicking gesture towards the Rangers bench.

Rangers players claimed that Carkner did in fact flick blood at them, according to the Ottawa Sun.

“He just skated by, wiped his brow twice, maybe three times and just flicked (the blood) at us. I don’t know why, but that’s what happened,” New York’s Brian Boyle reportedly said after the game. “I was really surprised.”

Original Photo Life

Can The Rangers Keep Lee?

December 11, 2010 By: Katchop Category: MLB

The Texas Rangers are making an all out effort to stop Cliff Lee from heading to the  NY Yankees.

Some people are acting like Cliff Lee is already a member of the New York Yankees, with one notable exception. Cliff Lee.

Some people are acting like Cliff Lee is already a member of the New York Yankees.

From The Sporting News

The Yankees reportedly have a seven-year offer worth approximately $160 million on the table for Lee. That offer is believed to be more lucrative in terms of dollars and years than the Rangers’ offer, which was made in person to Lee in his hometown of Little Rock, Ark., on Thursday.

SI.com reports one of the Rangers’ offers includes an option for a seventh year. However, there is no guaranteed seventh year from Texas.

Yankees general partner/co-chairman Hank Steinbrenner spoke to The Associated Press on Friday and expressed confidence in his team’s offer.

“For somebody of that stature, it would certainly behoove him to be a Yankee,” Steinbrenner said. “Everything is progressing. We made the offer. It’s a very good offer, and we certainly hope he takes it.”

The details of the Rangers’ offer aren’t clear, as team CEO Chuck Greenberg said only that his group included a “menu of offers.”

Original Photo Daylife

Romo Return Looming?

December 10, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Dallas Cowboys want Tony Romo back before the end of the season.

Jon Kitna has done a decent job of impersonating Tony Romo, but Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones want his star QB back.

Jon Kitna has done a decent job of impersonating Tony Romo, but Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones want his star QB back.

From chron.com

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants Tony Romo to play again this season, even if the playoffs are a long shot at best. He just wants his star quarterback to get back on the field.

Romo has been sidelined since Oct. 25 when he broke his collarbone in a loss to the Giants, and would only be able to return for the team’s final two games, at Arizona on Dec. 25 and at Philadelphia on Jan. 2.

Asked if Romo would be ready for the Cardinals, Jones said: “In my opinion, he will be.”

Original Photos Yahoo, footballnewsnow

Amare Has Taken Over The Garden

December 09, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Amare Stoudemire has been dominant for the New York Knicks.

Amare Stoudemire has played like the Hulk for the NY Knicks this season.

Amare Stoudemire has played like the Hulk for the NY Knicks this season.

From ESPN

This much you probably know, or are starting to realize about Amare Stoudemire: He is playing the best basketball of any big man in the NBA right now, he is looking like the single best free agent signing of the ballyhooed class of 2010, and he is already a strong candidate for MVP consideration — something the Madison Square Garden crowd alerted him to with a chant of those very letters Wednesday night.

Original Photos Yahoo, joyhog

Steelers And Ravens Dislike Each Other

December 08, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Pittsburgh Steelers claim that some Baltimore Ravens played dirty on Sunday.

TJ Houshmandzadeh of the Baltimore Ravens gets the business from the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.

TJ Houshmandzadeh of the Baltimore Ravens gets the business from a few of the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.

From NFL.com

Chester fired off the line to hit Harrison — which offensive linemen aren’t taught to do on field-goal and extra-point tries because doing so opens gaps in the blocking wall — after Joe Flacco’s 14-yard touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin during the first quarter of Pittsburgh’s 13-10 victory.

“Of course, it was deliberate,” Harrison, whom the NFL has fined $125,000 this season for four violations of the league’s policy on illegal hits, told the newspaper Wednesday. “There’s no way that happens on an extra point because (offensive linemen) don’t shoot out. It’s obvious it was blatant. It was on purpose.”

Harrison, who said he twice ran over Chester on plays before the incident, was asked if it was a cheap shot.

“Yeah, it’s cheap”

Original Photos Yahoo, Martialartssupply

Running Game Key To Giants

December 07, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The New York Giants have depended heavily on their running game.

Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw have become a true 2 headed monster for the NY Giants.

Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw have become a true 2 headed monster for the NY Giants.

From Fanhouse
While Bradshaw was given the bulk of the work as he topped 1,000 yards for the first time, Jacobs, in coach Tom Coughlin’s doghouse two months earlier, was the star, rumbling for 103 yards and two touchdowns on just eight carries.

“(Brandon) played powerful,” said Coughlin, whose team improved to 8-4 and forged another deadlock for the NFC East lead with the Philadelphia Eagles. “He ran though some tackles and we had some nice holes for him. The last (28-yard) touchdown run of his was very good. They had at least nine guys down and we got an outstanding block at the point of attack with the safety penetrating from (fullback) Bear Pascoe and then Brandon made one guy miss and then I think someone hit his legs and he still stayed up.”

Original Photos Yahoo, Yahoo

Patriots – Jets Showdown

December 06, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The New England Patriots and the New York Jets battle to the death tonight.

Bill Belichick is still a hungry coach.

Bill Belichick is still a hungry coach.

From The NY Times

You can debate whether Monday night’s Jets-Patriots game qualifies as a must-win, but there is no doubt that its result will go a long way in determining the fate of both teams, who have the Super Bowl in mind.

Overhyped or not, this is a game you’re going to want to pay attention to. I’m at the stadium tonight with my Times colleagues Greg Bishop and William C. Rhoden bringing you live updates and analysis before, during and after the game in Foxborough, Mass.

Original Photo Yahoo

NFL Double Standard?

December 05, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Did the NFL look after it’s own interests first when deciding how to handle Andre Johnson?

Andre Johnson walked away with a knockout over Cortland Finnegan last Sunday.

Andre Johnson walked away with a knockout over Cortland Finnegan last Sunday.

From The NY Post

In Johnson’s case, his next game was a couple of days later, Thursday night on the desperate-to-be-demanded NFL Network, the league’s own baby and hopeful big money-maker.

The Eagles, Thursday, were an eight-point favorite, at home against the Texans. Without Johnson, what was not expected to be a close game — one that would keep viewers glued while causing heat on cable systems that don’t carry NFLN — stood a greater chance of being a blowout.

Johnson is that kind of player. We know it; the NFL knows it.

Am I suggesting that the NFL’s proprietary TV business entered the thought process through which Johnson (Finnegan, too) was spared a certain suspension? Yes, I’m suggesting that. I’m not claiming that because I don’t have proof. But the NFL long ago taught us that if we’re looking to find the answers, follow the money.

Original Photos drjays,life,uptopics

Sacramento Kings Struggling

December 04, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

The Sacramento Kings are disappointing their fans.

After losing to the Lakers by 30, Sacramento Kings' coach Paul Westphal gets ready to give his players a lesson in shooting.

After losing to the Lakers by 30, Sacramento Kings' coach Paul Westphal gets ready to give his players a lesson in shooting.

From Sactown Royalty

The Kings were uncompetitive in Los Angeles as the Lakers ran through Sacramento to the tune of a 33-point win. The Kings were in the game for about 21 minutes of game time; there are 48 minutes in an NBA game, and that means about 27 of those minutes were not particularly entertaining.

The Kings did not take good shots, make good passes, make good decisions or plays off the dribble or make good defensive rotations. The Kings failed to put any pressure on the Lakers’ offense — if L.A. wanted to shoot from any particular spot on the floor, they could have, because the Kings were either powerless or unwilling to stop it.

Original Photo Yahoo

Broncos Look For Answers

December 03, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

The Denver Broncos have lost 16 of their last 21 games.

Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels yells at Brandon Lloyd after the WR got in the way of filming the opposing team

Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels yells at Brandon Lloyd after the WR got in the way of filming the opposing team

From The Denver Post

There’s been so much talk about the downfall that is now 16 losses in the past 21 games, that it’s difficult to remember the beginning.

Does McDaniels ever think that somewhere inside his last-place AFC West team is a team that once went 6-0?

“That’s a great question,” McDaniels said today at his press conference. “There’s a lot of questions in there. I think last year is last year, and this year is a different year. Any time you come in and you change systems and change philosophies and some of the ways you prepare, I think sometimes it takes some time to acclimate everybody to those changes.

Original Photo Yahoo

LeBron Returns To Cleveland

December 02, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

LeBron James and the Miami Heat will be venturing into Cleveland at their own risk.

LeBron James returns to Cleveland, probably because there are a few Cavaliers fans left that he hasn't sucked the blood out of yet.

LeBron James returns to Cleveland, probably because there are a few Cavaliers fans left that he hasn't sucked the blood out of yet.

From Yahoo

This homecoming king won’t be crowned or applauded, for sure. Not this time. On Thursday, James will be surrounded—20,000 against 1.

The same crowd he once thrilled will be outwardly hostile and hateful toward him, but hopefully, harmless. He’ll be booed, taunted and subjected to ridicule beyond his imagination.

“He deserves every bit of it,” said Jim Osherow, a Cavaliers’ season-ticket holder for 36 years. “When you leave a team the way he did, that’s what you got coming. It was rotten what he did. It’s not just that he ruined the fans’ expectations of him, but he ruined this franchise from being able to pick up any other free agents. Then he goes and has his own show? Wrong. Wrong, man.”

Original Photo Daylife

Steve Johnson Still Blames God

December 01, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Steve Johnson is taking some heat for blaming God for a bobbled catch.

Steve Johnson and his bobblehead Jesus.

Steve Johnson and his bobblehead Jesus.

From The NY Daily News

And then there’s Steve Johnson, a wide receiver for the Buffalo Bills, who took to Twitter in righteous wrath at the heavens after dropping a crucial pass in overtime, which resulted in a 19-16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

“I PRAISE YOU 24/7!!!!!! AND IS THIS HOW YOU DO ME!!!!! YOU EXPECT ME TO LEARN FROM THIS??? HOW???!!! ILL NEVER FORGET THIS!! EVER!!! THX THO . . .”

So the butterfingered play was God’s fault. The media quickly made hash of Johnson, and he ended up on smug Anderson Cooper’s Rudicilist.

Original Photos Yahoo, ship-of-fools


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