Do you remember how this goes?
15 positive observations from the weekend of football, seven not so positive observations and we acknowledge a “zero” from outside the world of football. A reminder, there’s never any Ravens game analysis here. It’s a trip through the weekend of football via videos, GIFs, memes, pictures, links, Tweets and shtick.
It’s been awhile. Be gentle. You know I would be.
15 Positive Observations…
1. Dear Tennessee Titans. Remember that thing Brian Billick said in the locker room that one time? Can we forget about all of that? We love you. A lot. Like MORE than we love red velvet funnel cake. No. Really.
This particular level of beautiful idiocy is even more delicious because former Terps LB Moise Fokou was the one to come up with the ball. I cried. I hugged a stranger.
Look, the Steelers were awful (which is delicious), but Troy Polamalu still did something AMAZING.
But hey Steel City, at least you didn’t do this.
Dave Stinebaugh is capable. Deon Long is good. Stefon Diggs is absurd.
Navy is amazing. Just days after Coach Ken Niumatalolo’s mother passed away, they go to Bloomington and beat the Hoosiers for the second straight year. They’re just absolutely amazing. It was their 20th win over a BCS program since 2003. You might ask yourself, is that good? Well…yes.
Much love to you Coach Niumatalolo. And with the return of Navy football, the return of the amazing Navy football pregame videos.
Pretty neat moment at the start of the game in The Big Easy, as Sean Payton and former Saint Steve Gleason lead the team out together.
This was one of the better games of the day, and came down to Saints rookie safety Kenny Vaccaro making a damn fine play to end the game. I hope his family treated him to an eclair as a reward. (Raise your hand if you got it.)
Vereen came into the game because Stevan Ridley had a fumbling problem. But it’s understandable when you’re getting by tough opponents like “Air” and “Ground”…
For some inexplicable reason, Tom Brady decided to do his best Mark Sanchez impression.
Bills fans of course handled the arrival of the Pats with class and dignity and…yeah.
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