The 15-7-0 is still mathematically alive to win the NFC East

December 16, 2013 | Glenn Clark

The 15-7-0 is still mathematically alive to win the NFC East

6. Jameis Winston won the Heisman Trophy going away, a stunning upset considering I had all but sworn this was going to be Maryland kicker Brad Craddock’s year.

So Barry Sanders REALLY enjoyed the ceremony…

7. The Arizona Cardinals clinched their fourth winning season since moving to Phoenix with their win Sunday. You’re probably going to be snarky and say something like “geez, they’ve been there for almost three decades” but you’re clearly missing the point. The Arizona Cardinals are going to win more games this year than they lose. Carson Palmer and all. They should schedule the damn parade IMMEDIATELY.

Yes but the Titans won the “who can stand the best on their heads?” contest, so…

8. Seattle went on the road at 10am Pacific Time and pitched a shutout against the Giants in the Big Apple. Still think it wasn’t worth 240 million bucks for Robinson Cano, New York?

Russell Wilson’s stiff arm is worth 240 million.

Eli Manning threw five picks. His reaction?

Now your reaction, Seattle?

9. Terrance West rushed to a record performance in Towson’s playoff win at Eastern Illinois Friday night. Which record did he break? The record for how many times a single athlete has been described as being “record-breaking” in a single season.

Rob Ambrose would like to remind you of something.

Eastern Washington is next. You know, this Eastern Washington.

10. Colin Kapernick, Michael Crabtree, Vernon Davis and Anquan Boldin are rolling at the end of a NFL season. You know what? Can we just get to the part where they restore the power after the long delay? No need to waste all this time.

The Bucs are just so…BACK.

Going through Vernon Davis’ mind at this moment? “Don’t hit the wall. Don’t hit the wall. Don’t hit the wall…”

Here’s Jim Harbaugh picking his nose with a football. Really.

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