Marshawn Lynch, Rob Gronkowski and Conan O’Brien boast three very interesting personalities and when those three played a game of Mortal Kombat X, the conversation went to the only place that it could: Lipitor.
The NFL’s domestic violence and sexual assault awareness campaign NO MORE will send an extremely simple, yet powerful message, during Super Bowl XLIX.
It appears that literally everyone, outside of opposing offensive players, loves Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, especially when he does awesome things.
Miko Grimes is pissed and she wants everyone to know about it.
Sports fans have various reasons for supporting teams to a certain extent but what is one Seahawks fan’s reason for painting his entire house and lawn to show his passion?
Equal rights group UltraViolet will air a brief commercial calling for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to resign or be fired.
Josh Gordon has seen the harsh criticism that comes with poor off-the-field decisions but following another failed drug test, it is likely that anyone and everyone will come out with a serious level of heat that he’s never seen before.
Josh Gordon has failed yet another drug test.
As millions of people continue to spew their pointless opinions and bold conspiracy theories on the never-ending topic of Deflate-Gate, Bryan Cranston offered the hottest of takes in completing destroying the internet.
Just in case you were living in a cave, it is highly unlikely that you can easily afford a trip to Arizona to watch Super Bowl XLIX.
The folks at Bad Lip Reading have released their 2015 NFL version and it’s so glorious and beautiful. After first gracing our screens a few years ago, Bad Lip Reading continues to create incredible clips of NFL players, coaches, fans and even commentators saying amusing items. [YouTube: Bad Lip Reading]
The Super Bowl is notorious for spurring the most absurd prop bets, but there appears to be a chance, albeit minuscule and extraordinarily unlikely, that Deflate-Gate will be the root of one the most incredible prop bets in the history of prop bets.