Friday, November 28, 2014
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Two awful teams collide in nationally broadcast mess of a thing

+ A real humdinger of a Monday Night Football match last night between the "MRSA/everybody hates the coach" team and the "racist bully/act like a man" team. Above we see MNF broadcaster Mike Tirico accidentally saying a penalty was called on Richie Incognito, who was apparently not playing in the game for some reason.

Two awful teams collide in nationally broadcast mess of a thing

+ A real humdinger of a Monday Night Football match last night between the "MRSA/everybody hates the coach" team and the "racist bully/act like a man" team. Above we see MNF broadcaster Mike Tirico accidentally saying a penalty was called on Richie Incognito, who was apparently not playing in the game for some reason.

+ The wife of Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes did not have a good time at the game, just like most other people.

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+ The Marlins' Jose Fernandez and the Rays' Wil Myers made it a Florida sweep of the 2013 Rookie of the Year awards, giving Florida baseball fans something to celebrate since they weren't watching the Florida Bowl on Monday Night Football.

+ Bears receiver Brandon Marshall called the Lions their "little brother that kind of grew up a little bit." The Lions are the team Ndamukong Suh plays for, so the clock is ticking on Marshall being kicked in the junk. Hey, maybe it is an apt comparison!

+ Manny Ramirez is totally ready to play, you guys. In MLB or Japan. Whoever calls first. Ready, go.

+ Ben Roethlisberger isn't going anywhere, as if that was a realistic notion, claiming he'd retire before he'd accept a trade.

+ Poor Scott Eyre.

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