Where has all the commercialism gone? This year, the majority of Americans “don’t care about the presents underneath the Christmas tree,” as Mariah Carey sings. Their favorite aspect of the holiday season is the time they get to spend with loved ones.
Shortly before halftime of the Carolina Panthers victory over the Houston Texans, the Panthers made the Texans look like a bunch of sandlot players by scoring a touchdown off of a trick play involving a funky formation and a hidden ball -style handoff.
After the game, Panthers’ offense coordinator Rob Chudzinski admitted he got the inspiration for the tomfoolery from an unlikely source — the 1994 Rick Moranis/Ed O’Neill pee wee football classic ‘Little Giants.’
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without Christmas movies, and even though the same half-dozen or so holiday classics tend to be played again and again during December two Christmas films folks are still not sick of are ‘A Christmas Story’ and ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’
Ryder Cup Captains Davis Love III and Jose Maria Olazabal got to live the dream of every office worker who’d rather be golfing when the pair drove balls from Trump International Hotel & Tower’s 16th Floor Terrace into the Chicago River. Video from this one-of-kind driving display is a must-see for anyone who wishes they were on the back nine right now.
Hugh Jackman appeared on WWE Raw earlier this week to promote his robot boxing film, ‘Real Steel.’ As is tradition when celebrities find themselves in the wrestler-verse, Jackman mixed it up with the grapples, and ended up hitting Dolph Ziggler with a sneak attack punch.
While the punch was obviously staged, Jackman may have put a bit too much of his real steel behind it because the next day Ziggler was tweeting from the hospital, where he confirmed Jackman’s blow had resulted in a hairline mandibular fracture of his jaw.
Recently, we learned Abraham Lincoln is a heck of a quarterback. Darth Vader, however, botched his chance to show off his athletic abilities when he one-hopped the first pitch at O.co Coliseum in Oakland before the A’s game against the Tigers on Friday night.
Generally, when a spectator at a baseball game catches a foul ball he’s next seen fielding a call from a friend or a relative who saw him make the snag on TV.
This Texas Ranger ran took that congratulations right away because he was already deep into a cell phone conversation when he casually grabbed a screaming line drive of a foul ball off the bat of Rangers’ second baseman Ian Kinsler.
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