<p align="left">Like Christmas, the Super Bowl only comes once a year, and my god is that a glorious day. It’s the one day a year when football man and common man get to come together, have a beer, and comment on how Peyton Manning's head looks like that of a fucking fetus.</p>
<p>This video below says it all: the Jets are the underdog again, a bunch of nobodies and retreads who were brought in for that very reason.</p>
<p >So that wildcard round was something else, eh?
<p>My favorite team (the Ravens) made the playoffs. This would seem to be an exciting development, and it was, but goddamn this weekend is going to be rough. I mean if they lose, my fandom is done for the season. Sure watching the other games will be fun, but the great games only are so great; it doesn’t compare to the highs and lows of watching the only team that fucking matters to you.
<div ><p >Washington Wizard guards Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton recently got into a small disagreement over Arenas owing Crittenton $25,000 in gambling debt, an argument that ended in the teammates <a href="http://deadspin.com/5438384/gilbert-arenas-and-teammate-in-gun-standoff-update?skyline=true&s=x">pulling fucking guns on each other in the Wizards locker room</a>.
<p>Every website and publication is searching for a way to sum up a decade that has, and let’s face this fact, blown a bag of fucking dicks.<span> </span>We dealt with 9/11, we dealt with Bush, we dealt with the "Conservative-Religious-and Uneducated" versus "Liberal-Unreligious-and Educated" battle royal that will probably continue till the end of time.
<p> Fuck yes!
<p><strong><em><a href="http://www.tdcooper.com/santashit.jpg" target="_blank">Holy Fucking Santa Shit</a>. </em></strong>That's my reaction, and I think 90% of NFL fans reaction, to Chris Henrys unfortunate death. Yes, this guy had been through his issues.
<p>Over the past week we've heard everyone from Lee Corso to the human equivalent of a used tampon, Rick Reilly, weigh in on this year's Heisman trophy clusterfuck. We've heard the stats, seen the highlights, and possibly have spent entire days watching them play. But there are some things you can't find out from reading and watching. These are those things.....</p>
<p>Football coaches at every level like to talk about mythical intangibles like ''heart'' and ''effort''. Small, white (unless its Hines Ward) receivers, like Wes Welker and Greg Camarillo are often on the receiving end of verbal handjobs from the various talking heads for their ''Gritty-ness.'. Here's an accurate dramatization.....<br />