Key and Peele.. Nailed It.

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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Duke vs UNC – Cheap Shot?

 

Looked intentional to me, kind of a dick move huh UNC? but hey, Ball never lies… hows that L look next to Duke on your record?

67 Yard Field Goal… and a beauty.

Kid is a regular Jay Feely. Try one from the end zone next time showoff.

Chipper Jones Goes Out In Style.

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..Gangnam style.


ATLANTA – Bedlam reigned at Turner FIeld on Friday night when a questionable application of the infield fly rule resulted in trash tossed on the field and a 15-minute delay in the wild-card game pitting the Braves against the St. Louis Cardinals.

With the Braves trailing 6-3 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Andrelton Simmons was called out an infield fly rule on a ball he hit 65 feet into the outfield.

In an instant, a wave of blue beer cans came out of the Turner Field stands in a shower of disgust.

What a shitty way to end an era. I watched chipper jones when I was playing for the Texas Rangers. Before you get excited, I was 8 and my Dad was the coach. Hard to watch an older, grey haired, teary eyed, chipper in this post game presser. You’ll always be an MLB hero to me.

Stay classy St. Louis. Champagne showers on a blown call wins are realllll classy you idiots.

Patriots Pick Up Kellen Winslow Jr

LATimes – Kellen Winslow Jr. has agreed to a one-year contract with the New England Patriots, according to a report Tuesday morning on ESPN.com.

Winslow is an eight-year veteran tight end who made the Pro Bowl with the Cleveland Browns in 2007, when he caught for a career-high 1,106 yards to go with 82 receptions and five touchdowns. He has hit the five-touchdown mark two other times, in 2009 and 2010 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Kellen Winslow Jr has potential to fit in on the field perfectly with this Patriots offense. That being said, I don’t know how well the personalities of headcoach Bill Belichick and Kellen will mesh on the sideline. Winslow brings a hard to contain time bomb demeanor to the team, much like that of Chad Ochocinco minus the Diva-esque behavior.  Two tight-ends of this caliber (Gronk and Winslow) will certainly create a threat for future match ups. Consider Winslow for your fantasy roster, if you haven’t already.

NHL Lockout Update

Then:

 

Now:

 

You’re Going the Wrong Way.  NHL Stars are heading out of the NHL and Quickly.

Evgeni Malkin and Sergei Gonchar have already practiced with their KHL team in Russia, Pavel Datsyuk, Jaromir Jagr and Jussi Jokinen are among the many who have as well signed contracts and I don’t blame them for a second. These European teams are ready to spend some cake, these NHL athletes are looking to make some its an easy equation. Go where the money is. The KHL is allowed to pay NHL players a maximum of 65 per cent of what they earn under their NHL contracts. These guys can go over to the KHL make millions without worrying about a stoppage, I could see a few of them having no desire to come back.

What do you think?

 

 

Redskin Snapper Breaks Arm, Keeps Playing 2 quarters. Thanks to being Tasered as a kid.

DM – Washington Redskins‘ star Nick Sundberg has attracted plaudits for his bravery after he played two quarters of Sunday’s 40-32 win at the New Orleans Saints with a broken arm. 

The long snapper, who described the incident as ‘the worst thing I’ve ever put myself through’, has attributed his high pain tolerance to the fact that he has regularly been tasered – for fun – since he was a young boy.

Sundberg’s mother, Stacie, works for Taser International, maker of the most common brand of electroshock gun.

When he was nine years old, his mom took him to a Bring-Your-Kid-to-Work day. While at the company headquarters, Sundberg’s mom’s coworkers dared him to take a hit of the taser. 

Sundberg tells the Washington Post that the only reason he agreed to the ‘neuromuscular incapacitation’ was because he figured his mother ‘wasn’t going to let me do it.It turns out he underestimated her. Sundberg was tasered twice that day and apparently didn’t mind the sensation too much.

This is hilarious, guy just regularly gets tasered as a kid and now hes got retard strength and the pain tolerance of an elephant.

Something tells me, his childhood went a little something like this:

EA Sports NHL 13. What’s Missing?

PuckDocktor – Once upon a time a friend of my family was commissioned to be the graphic artist for Wayne Gretzky Hockey by Bethesda Softworks. Not realizing the magnitude of the situation, or the possibility of venturing into the world of software creation all my 14-year-old brain could muster was, “Cool.”

26 years later the world of video games has changed immeasurably. Remember folks, Marty McFly was supposed to be time travelling to 2015 back in those days. We still don’t have the flying cars or hoverboards, but by golly we’ve got some virtual reality and gaming like we’ve never seen before.

There is no arguing that EA Sports is the king of the gaming software. The Madden football franchise alone dominates like no other sports games in history. It’s because of Madden’s initial success that the brand was able to branch out and tackle (pun intended) all of our other favorite sports. FIFA soccer/football now rivals Madden on the global scale as the world’s most popular sport can be played virtually on any gaming system.

My favorite has always been the NHL series. Since the Sega Genesis days, my calendar has always been marked with the latest EA Sports release of their hockey game. This year’s entry drops on September 11, and promises to be the best game to date. Well, of course it does. Were you expecting to hear EA tout this year’s version as “comparable to last year’s game, but the graphics are a little choppier and the game tends to freeze?” Probably not the best marketing strategy, eh?

Usually I’ll read up or look at trailers or even play the demo. This year I decided to throw caution to the wind, give EA the benefit of the doubt (I think they’ve earned it) and just buy the game sight unseen. They have only disappointed me once before (2008) and I’m going to assume that there have been upgrades.

So that brings me to the point of these words. There are certain things I want in the game that have to eventually get done. I will list them for you, and tell you why they are important to me.

1. Playoff beards-The NHL 2K series added them to one of their games and it would make sense as beards would fill in come playoff time. The attention to detail would mean that Crosby could only grow the porn-stache and Toews, the mutton chops.

2. Zambonis– Do I have to explain why? Who doesn’t love a zamboni? Especially if you had someone launching t-shirts off of one.

3. More accurate goal horns/songs– They are moving closer to this, and I’m not sure if they have made the adjustment, but I know in NHL 12 not all the horns were accurate.

4. Adjust the fighting
– There needs to just be a “drop the gloves” button where you can pick a fight with someone after a stoppage. At least have an option for it that can be adjusted. Who wouldn’t go after Crosby or Lucic if they had the chance? Also, wouldn’t hurt to throw in some blood. Make that an option so you don’t have to adjust the rating. Another footnote. Every fight does not require a knockout, in fact KO’s are pretty rare.

5. Mullets-It’s not hockey if you can’t slap a mullet on any player.

6. Incorporate TSN into the game somehow – It doesn’t have to be a full fledged studio show. Just make sure Pierre McGuire is in no way involved. Please!

7. More coach involvement--Cut away to the coach after a goal or a penalty. Also would be nice to fire a coach if you don’t like him.

8. Octopi– Fans in specific arenas throw team appropriate items onto the ice. The Red Wings octopus is a huge tradition. Nashville has emulated by chucking catfish onto the ice. Rats in Florida. Human limbs in Philly, you get the idea.

9. Referees – It’s a detail thing, but it would be nice to have the referees take a larger role, especially when breaking up a fight.

10. Stanley Cup celebration – C’mon for Pete’s sake you just won the Stanley Cup! How about an on ice celebration where you can skate around with the cup for a little bit? Let the crowd go crazy(if it’s a home win) and soak in the moment.

This Guy absolutely Nailed it, 100 percent.. things I have noticed but not given enough thought. Tell me you wouldn’t be playing Tournament mode a whole lot more if you knew you could celebrate on ice or Drive a Zamboni and launch shirts into the crowd, its like NHL meets “Twisted Metal”. The fighting also, they need to step it up…give it full functionality let it go the distance not a few pumps and your done. bloody it up. Im not saying Cam Neely vs Shayne Corson, but C’mon man spice it up a little.