Manny Pacquiao says Floyd Mayweather Jr. ‘should fear God’ – ESPN. Dude, you cheated on your wife and only ran to god because you were a steroid-taking alcoholic. Here’s what Mayweather had to say: https://twitter.com/FloydMayweather/status/515503901114925056
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Month: September 2014
Best Day Ever.
The powers that be at ESPN have issued strict orders to the on-air talent … DO NOT DISCUSS THE BILL SIMMONS SUSPENSION. We spoke with sources at ESPN who tell us … “On a corporate level, they told us not to talk about it.” So far, we’re told the talent is falling in line — […]
Another Snarf Production:
That’s how you run a journalistic enterprise: suspend one of your writers for stating the facts everyone already knows! Just like when you pulled out of Playmakers, huh? The ESPN likes it’s Monday Night Football. So, Simmons, you going public?
I think you’ve had enough… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1g22I_UvWg No – now you’ve had enough. (Bitch.)
What are the odds that the Redskins would play on Thursday Night Football this week, the day after South Park eviscerated them on national television? For their season opener, the racist Redskins were properly called out on South Park. Then, they lost (at home) 45-14. Forty-five to fourteen. Eli Manning threw four touchdowns and ran for one […]
It was the final home game at Yankee Stadium of Derek Jeter’s career. The Yankees led 5-2 going into the 9th inning. Baltimore hit a two run homer to trail 5-4. They tied it up on a solo home run. All of that had to happen so that in the bottom of the 9th, it could be […]
Max Scherzer pitched six innings, allowing just two runs on a 5th inning double. He stayed through the sixth with over 100 pitches, setting up our bullpen. Joakim Soria, Joba Chamberlain, and Joe Nathan swept the relief innings, going 1-2-3 each time. Our run support was infrequent but apparent from the start. Victor Martinez launched […]
With a Washington Redskins firework display.
Blame $narf. I woke up groggy, and my Tigers seemed to display the same lethargy for much of the game. You know, just like the last two – great pitching while our offense just couldn’t score in the early innings. The White Sox struggled mightily off of Justin Verlander, scoring their only run on a […]
It looked so easy – Detroit sailed through eight David Price innings without allowing a run. Then, a 3-0 lead evaporated in the 9th. Rajai Davis scored our first run, going from first to second on a hit-and-run, then stealing third base and advancing home on an errant throw to the outfield. The Tigers were […]
This girl cried wolf to the NAACP saying her and her boyfriend were racially profiled. Now, the information has come to light that they were banging in her car. Watts’ obnoxious acting stood out to me in Weeds. This girl has some issues! In her TMZ audio, she won’t give the officer her ID for no reason. The little […]
Despite dropping their opener today, the Tigers sit in prime position to finish their playoff push. We took the series in Kansas City and have a one game lead with six to play, all at home. Alex Avila returned to the lineup today, a great sign. Let’s keep our heads on straight and go take […]
Manning scored two fourth quarter touchdowns, including one with under twenty seconds left to force overtime in Seattle. His drive took forty seconds without any timeouts left. The Super Bowl rematch was much more respectable, even without the neutral field. Denver’s much improved defense only allowed three points in the second half. Unfortunately, they won the […]
The Lions answered every one of $narf’s checklists by the end of the game: dominant defense, running game, and finishing drives. Our defense was the MVP, dropping Eddy Lacy for a loss on Green Bay’s opening drive and forcing him to fumble. The Lions then took the ball to the house, setting the tone in their return home […]
Freshly awake from our game last night, this one started off at noon in Kansas City. On national television, everyone seemed to be asleep for the first three innings. A bit of a pitchers duel created that situation, especially with Max Scherzer on the hill. Torii Hunter struck first off of the Royals pitcher (he […]
In game one of the three game series in Kansas City, Justin Verlander notched the win in a 10-1 win over the Royals. The Tigers scored three runs in the first inning. Ian Kinsler led off with a base hit and advanced to second base on Torii Hunter’s ensuing fly ball. Miguel Cabrera then doubled […]