Category Archives: Sports

Car Soccer Game

Go Patriots!





C3PO (Late MLB Joke)

mlb c3p0

Miss you already Roddy

I am here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all outta bubblegum.

R.I.P Roddy Piper (April 17, 1954 – July 30, 2015)

Former Raiders QB Ken Stabler dies at 69

According to his family’s announcement Thursday, Super Bowl-winning Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken “The Snake” Stabler died at the age of 69. He was nicknamed “The Snake” for his elusiveness on the field, and played 184 NFL games for the Raiders, Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints. Stabler was the 1974 NFL Most Valuable Player, and led the league in touchdown passes in 1974 and 1976. Former Oakland head coach John Madden said in a statement, “If I had one drive to win a game to this day, and I had a quarterback to pick, I would pick Kenny,”


Adam Wynne started snooker at the age of one; in this video he’s aged 2-3 (never having been trained), showing off some of his skills!

NFL Size Over Time

NFL Size Over Time

Favorite NFL Team

Favorite NFL Team by County

Perfect 9-dart 501 run

Adrian Lewis accomplished a rare televised perfect nine-dart finish at the 2015 PDC World Darts Championships this week.

Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football

Every NFL Team’s Football Helmet Reimagined With a ‘Star Wars’ Theme

This is awesome!

Mexico City illustrator John Raya used his creative skills to reimagine every NFL team’s football helmet with an awesome Star Wars theme. You can view more of John’s National and American Football Conference Star Wars helmets on Behance.

American WEST. Coruscant, Vaders

American WEST. Coruscant, Vaders

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Brian Urlacher to retire…

After 13 seasons with the Bears, Brian Urlacher is walking off into the sunset:

Brian Urlacher walking away

“After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire,” Urlacher said in a statement he posted on Twitter. “Although I could continue playing, I’m not sure I would bring a level of performance or passion that’s up to my standards. When considering this along with the fact I could retire after a 13-year career wearing only one jersey for such a storied franchise, my decision became pretty clear.”

Brian Urlacher

I watched Brian, and another 54, Tedy Bruschi of the Patriots, for years.  They were two of my favorite players to watch, and I believe every time they walked on the field, play after play, they were giving 110%.

Thanks for years of entertainment.

Dear Basketball

Dear Basketball

Next Year!

Super Bowl at Motel 6



SuperBowl XLVII

02 / 03 / 13 – SuperBowl XLVII

SupwerBowl XLVII

The Battle of the Brothers:  John vs. Jim Harbaugh!

According to mainstream media, this comes down to this matchup:

Flacco / Lewis / Harbaugh vs. Kaepernick / Willis / Harbaugh

Guess these 6 guys need to show up, the rest can sit on the sidelines and drink!

NFL Divisional Round


Ravens, Packers, Seattle, and the Patriots… that’s my 4.

Michael Phelps Wins 19th Gold Medal: Greatest Olympian Ever!

Yes, it’s official now—Phelps has a record 19 Olympic medals, and he’s NOT DONE YET!

Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps has done it. He is now the all-time leading overall medalist in Olympics history.

In the 200-meter butterfly, he took silver to tie the record of 18 medals set by Soviet Union gymnast Larisa Latynina. Then, Phelps made history—as he always does—as the United States won gold in the 4×200-meter freestyle relay.

The number 19 is a magical number in the world of sports. Phelps needed 19 medals to become the greatest Olympian of all time; a perfect season in the NFL is 19-0, including the playoffs, and 19 major golf championships would surpass Jack Nicklaus’s leading total of 18. But no NFL team has gone 19-0, and Nicklaus still remains No. 1 in golf.

Michael Phelps is the real thing. After so many years of anticipation, he is the most decorated Olympian in the history of the Games. Now, let us recount the highlights of his journey to the pinnacle.