I feel that way too thinking about Wake Forest football.
I might have just become a Bama fan after that video.
Roll Chachy Roll
Key & Peele nail pretty much killed this one… as well as the one below:
“Intercepted..Don’t sleep on Barry O… Don’t ever sleep on Barry O.”
Thanks TJ for the Video.
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We are a white hot 19-5-2 in the last 5 weeks with the kids. Lets hope we can keep the streak going and make some more money. Good luck!
North Carolina State Wolfpack (5-2) at North Carolina Tar Heels (5-3)
UNC may have the more talented team, but they are too inconsistent to lay more than a touchdown in a rivalry game. I’m taking the points in a game that may come down to the last possession.
Miggles Pick – NC State +7.5
Michigan State Spartans (4-4) at Wisconsin Badgers (6-2)
The Spartans do have a solid defense, which I think can keep things close for awhile, but Wisconsin is the better team and should get the late cover.
Miggles Pick – Wisconsin – 5.5
Ohio State Buckeyes (8-0) at Penn State Nittany Lions (5-2)
Penn State looks to be the play here as they are always tough at home, and I just think PSU is playing as well, if not better than anyone in the conference right now.
Miggles Pick – Penn State – 1
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7-0) at Oklahoma Sooners (5-1)
The Irish will lean on their defense to try and slow down an Oklahoma offense who is on a roll right now. The problem I see here is will Notre Dame score enough to keep this one close. I’m going with the hot team and laying the points.
Miggles Pick – Oklahoma – 11
Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-0) at Alabama Crimson Tide (7-0)
Mississippi State hasnt really played anyone, but at the same time they haven’t lost yet nor played poorly and might be getting just a few too many points here so the play is talking the three TD’s.
Miggles Pick – Mississippi State +23
Wow. That was absolutely perfect, Really broke it down for me too.
“I buy the Mrs. Vickies, I buy the fuckin smokes”
Thanks Wes W. for the video.
Shot SAVE and a beaut!!
Why this play works any time — let alone every time — is anyone’s guess.
Despite the odds of it actually working, the play has been used a few times in the span of a week, two times on two point conversions, and in this case a game winning touchdown. At this rate, I’m sure Boise State will be integrating it into its red zone offense very shortly. Either way makes for good TV.
Alright guys, here is the week 5 Fantasy go to list.
Aaron Rodgers – About time Rodgers finally put some fantasy worthy numbers up in week four against the Saints. This week, up against the Indianapolis Colts defense that has only two takeaways from quarterbacks… in only three games. Expect Rodgers to go 30+
Robert Griffin III – This week hes up against the falcons.. while the falcons D is tough I think hes going to have a field day rolling out of the pocket. All season long we have watched Griffin III climb in the fantasy ranks.. expect that progression to continue in week 5.
Drew Brees – Tough start for these Saints going 0 -4 … However with Brees staying consistent even during losses I start him. Hes good for a few TD’s and a 22 point weekend. Start him against this San Diego defense which has allowed almost 600 passing yards in its last two games.
Ray Rice – The chiefs have let up around 30 – 35 points to backs these past few weeks. With Ray not getting as many touches in weeks 3 and 4 expect him to get more bang for his buck against KC.
Marshawn Lynch – Beast Mode is going against a team who allows more than 5 yards per carry. Leaves space wide open for Tailback receptions if Lynch gets his 20 carries this week he will have a HUGE day.
Sleeper: Reggie Bush – Bush played strong in week four despite the rumors of a knee injury. If he gets that kind of time this Sunday expect him to off on a Cincinnati team that is folding to backs allowing more than 5 yards per carry.
Roddy White – Have to go with Roddy White. Having eight catches for 169 yards and two touchdowns,he had a solid Week 4. If that game is any indication, he’ll have even more in store in Week 5. The Falcons visit the Redskins, who rank 31st against the pass, allowing 326.2 yards per game.
Wes Welker – Okay okay, i know i am going to get heat for this but Welker is playing like old Welker and if that’s any sign then he will show up huge against the Broncos; Denver ranks 13th in the league in pass defense, giving up under 221 yards per game, and has allowed an average of 20 fantasy points to opposing receivers.
Andre Johnson – With Darrelle Revis out for the season, Johnson should be in position to perform, although Houston can rely on big numbers from Arian Foster I think this will be Johnson’s break out week.
Tight Ends –
Rob Gronkowski – Is there any surprise here? quickly becoming one of the most dependable TE’s in the league Gronkowski became the quickest tight end to reach 30 career touchdowns.. he is such a threat in the red zone. Against the Broncos in the playoffs last season, he recorded 10 passes for 145 yards and three TD’s as well as scoring in three out of four games so far this year.
Vernon Davis – We saw Gronk do it to the Bills Sunday, watch for Davis to be less of a rush blocker and more of a threat this week. Davis should be good for at least two TD’s against Buffalo.
Minnesota Vikings – Coming off a huge week defensively expect them to do it again, not on the same level however we are betting on at least 10 points. Minnesota is playing against a Titans offense who gave up two interceptions for touchdowns last week. This is a huge proving week for the Vikings..Give them the start.
St.Louis Rams – These guys are going to be the sleeper defensive pick for the guy that wants to take a smart risk. The Cardinals are coming off a short week, they have a running game that has lagged and offensive linemen who get tired quickly. Rams should get it done.
So apparently all sorts of linemen are coming out complaining that the Nike uniforms introduced this season are not complimenting their figure. Should’ve gone with the Euro cut eh Raji? One of the Baltimore Ravens linemen had this to say: Ramon Harewood, a 334-pound Baltimore lineman, said that the new jersey fits him fine and that the complainers are those who “like to look pretty” and be “swagged up.”
I think Nike made the jerseys fit… calling spades “spades” if your 330 lbs you’re not going to ever look 195.. get over it and play ball.. stop worrying about being “swagged up” on the football field.
NY POST – A hulking Queens gym teacher and former college football player claims a pupil fractured his ankle, injured his knee and forced him to go to a shrink for stress — even though the kid was only 50 pounds and in first grade.
Burly, 220-pound PS 330 teacher John Webster, 27, said a 4-foot-2 Rodrigo Carpio, 6, also kicked and pinched the Elmhurst school’s principal, a security officer and another teacher during a rampage in April.
“It’s sort of like an angel-devil sort of thing,” said the 5-foot-10 Webster, who recently filed a notice of his intent to sue the city and says he must now wear braces on his right ankle and knee.
Honestly, fuck this little kid. If that was me I would have peoples elbowed him at center court, taught him a lesson and he wouldn’t be biting, kicking or punching anyone. But that’s what is increasingly going wrong with this country. Can’t discipline anyone. His dumb ass mother saying he didn’t deserve to be called nicknames by a teacher? FUCK THAT. Your kid deserves a physical assault acting like that and its your fault so maybe we’ll get you in on the John Webster pain train. This headline blew my mind in NY Post but you have to side with this guy after all, give this kid a swift roundhouse kick and send him back to gym class.
How did he survive this?
Hey soccer, check this out:
I guess im on a surfing kick today.. but oh well. Bringing Back Donavon Frankenreiter.. Solid Song and Video to Take us into the weekend. Football Beer and whatever else all of you heathens do.. Enjoy this:
I hate assholes like this, this is the same guy that goes all out in two hand touch or flag football. Guy plays intramural like Bama scouts are in the stands.. did I hear a roll tide after that sap of a defense folded and the asshole on the receiving end records a Touchdown?
RG3 (Redskins) – Until he gets injured (knock on wood) he is going to continue to produce, hes been a solid fantasy player and dont expect anything different this week.. Start him.
Aaron Rodgers (Packers) – He’s pissed, he had an awful game last week, they’re coming back with aggression this week and its all going to fall on New Orleans.
Tom Brady (Patriots) – Buffalo has bent over all season when it comes to passing defense. Expect the same if not worse this weekend.
Sleeper: Fitzpatrick (Bills) – The Patriots have let up some big yards in the passing game this season so don’t be surprised to see Fitzpatrick’s numbers leap this week.
Top Running Backs:
Marshawn Lynch (Seahawks) – This dude is nicknamed “Beast Mode” and hes going to go that on the Rams this weekend. just the way the cookie crumbles.. start him
Maurice Jones Drew (Jaguars) – One MJD is back, two hes playing the bengals boom start him.
Ray Rice (Ravens) – Rice is known to crush the Browns, and its at home… enough said.
Sleeper: Frank Gore (49ers) – He hasn’t had a great start but hes playing the Jets who are like a hotdog in a hallway when it comes to RB’s this year.
Top Wide Recievers:
Demaryius Thomas (Broncos) – Thomas is going hard hes a physical WR, hes going to put up numbers especially against suffering Oakland defensive backs.
Calvin Johnson (Lions) – Although uncertain which QB will be starting, Megatron will certainly shine against this Vikings D.
Roddy White (Falcons) – Roddy is going up against an already lagging Carolina defense. expect a W for the falcons and some big points for Ryan’s main man Roddy White.
Sleeper: Percy Harvin (Vikings) – I think both sides rack up fantasy points but Vikings pull out the W. Percy Harvin is a go to against the lions and he’ll dominate his match up. Start him.
Rob Gronkowski (Patriots) – “Gronk love play Buffalo” he always dominates, he finds the endzone wide open and he will continue that.
Tony Gonzalez (Falcons) – Same reasons as Roddy White (above) Carolina cant contain. and the falcons will exploit that… Start him
Arizona Cardinals – Theyre playing the Dolphins and their Defense goes oh so hard. Start em
Dallas Cowboys – Theyre facing the bears, that should sum it up.. Ware is going hard in the paint… Start em.
Jay Feely (Cardinals) – Playing the Dolphins this week, think there is going to be a lot of field goal tries, hes good for all of em… start him.
Robbie Gould (Bears) – This squad is going to be kicking a lot. Cutler can’t get it in the end zone and Ware is going to stop the run game, they will rely on FG’s. Start him.
And those are your Mason Jar week 4 Fantasy picks..don’t feel like you have to listen to me..this is suggestion, but don’t be mad when I say I fuckin told you so.
Ok this could be a huge conspiracy theory, but hear me out.
- NFL Ref’s association says that for 85% of the replacement refs this was a second job.
- These “refs” also knew that this gig wasn’t gonna last forever.
- Many of these calls were SO BAD that one had to even wonder, have these guys ever even watched a football game before?
- As for the case in Green Bay…. This was a game changer, spread killer, and VIDEO evidence “verified” it was incorrect yet all of these part timers (except for one unflappable man) agreed on the wrong call.
- Vegas projected that 80% of the action was on GB and$250,000,000 changed hands because of that call world wide. That’s a quarter of a BILLION dollars, wrath of god money!!
You’re telling me that not even .0001% of that couldn’t have been kicked back, offered upfront, or families lives put in danger to a part time worker? Im probably not the best example, but if you think that if someone approached me at my part time job, that isn’t going to last much longer and offered me, lets sayyyy 250k, I’m not doin it…. you’re NUTS! That’s just me though, there are plenty of people with much stronger moral fabric then I have, but plenty doesn’t mean all. Food for thought. OMG I’m so getting whacked for this.
Which is my real name and I live in Canada 😉
The tentative agreement comes two days after a massive fan and player uproar over a botched call that decided the outcome of a game on Monday night.
Fuck, am I the only guy here who is going to miss these replacement refs? I mean I love the NFL but these guys have single handedly turned it gong show. and I’m loving every second of it. Hits are bigger, almost anything goes and the game is always up for grabs, I’ll take it any day. Oh well, welcome back hoch.
I asked Ed Hochuli how many curls he’s been doing: “As soon as I heard the rumors today, I got down on the floor and started doing pushups.”
Absolutely hilarious that people are just relentless on this Tebow not having sex thing, Museum of Sex getting in on it now. Its not like he helps his case when he says shit like I just roam Broadway in my free time ‘I love wicked’! . The more I read Tebow quotes and see interviews the more I believe he is living the movie Jack with Robin Williams, is Tebow really like an 8 year old athletic phenom or is he full retard and just has professional capabilities? I don’t get it i never will.
Tebow induction letter:
I think they got the call right? How bout you?
This fucking call blows my mind, It blows my mind. Don’t get me wrong here.. I was pulling for Seattle. I wanted the game to end with this exact scenario, it’s what makes football exciting but wow these refs are taking what little integrity the NFL had left and Gronk smashing it off of our dicks. I mean I saw that replay 3 times and on the first i knew it was an interception… fuckin hire me in the booth.
Anyway, Pete Carroll gets the W, Russell, Marshawn and the rest of Seattle get the W and Gruden still has a mushroom cut. The NFL goes back to its quiet peaceful existence on this Tuesday morning.
N.C State Wolfpack dominate Citadel –
ACC Recap –
NFL– Refs are still retarded –
Belichick choke slams referee (well in Belichick actions at least)
Jimmy Kimmel is skinny(ier)? (when did this happen?) someone didnt tell us he’s doing Atkins !
Brandt Snedeker Wins Fed Ex cup and 10 Million Dollar Bonus –
Miggles Season Record 10 – 8 – 2
Cincinnati Bengals (1-1) at Washington Redskins (1-1)
I don’t like the line at the momet especially with the Redskins losing to the Rams and losing two of their best defenders in the process, but it is their home opener and RGIII and the Skins will be jacked up. As such, I like the total a lot more as these are two high flying offenses at the moment and with Cincinnati struggling defensively and the Skins without Orakpo and Carriker I think this one fly’s over 46.5.
Miggles Pick – OVER 49
Atlanta Falcons (2-0) at San Diego Chargers (2-0)
This should be a good one as both teams defend the run well and have QB’s who can get the ball in a hurry. The QB’s are close, Rivers maybe a better arm, Ryan less likely to take a bad chance and make a big mistake but the Falcons receivers are the better group and Turner the better option at running back and that should be the difference and the points make this an even better play.
Miggles Pick – Atlanta +3
Houston Texans (2-0) at Denver Broncos (1-1)
The Texans are the team to beat int e AFC and the Broncos don’t have enough to beat them so even as a small favorite in their second of back to back road games they are the choice here.
Miggles Pick – Houston -1.5
Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) at Oakland Raiders (0-2)
The total in this one is set a little too low as today’s NFL is all about scoring and we should see some here as both of these teams have quick strike ability.
Miggles Pick – OVER 44 and Steelers – 3.5
Philadelphia Eagles (2-0) at Arizona Cardinals (2-0)
Philly looked like the team they set out to be the whole second half last week. They held Flacco to a 6 for 20 performance in the second half on the way to their second consecutive comeback. I think the turnovers are over and we are gonna see a full four quarters from them this time and they win by a TD here.
Miggles Pick – Philly – 3
New England Patriots (1-1) at Baltimore Ravens (1-1)
Im not too sold on the Pats D as of yet. Holding the Cards to single digits at home doesnt sway me too much. Ravens D is opportunistic and definitely makes things happen, but if they allow Gronk to get off like they did Celek last week, it could be a long game for them. That being said, Im not too sure they were prepared for Celek, rest assured they have prepared for Gronk. I think Ravens hold court at home and cover this spread easy.
Miggles Pick – Ravens – 3