Day: September 24, 2017

The Chicago Bears Are Officially Back (Again), Beat Pittsburgh Steelers In Overtime

The Bears are back, folks. The Steelers didn’t show up to stand for the National Anthem, which appeared to carry over for the rest of the game, with the Bears beating the Steelers 23-17 in overtime on Sunday. Jordan Howard lead the way with 138 rushing yards and the game winning touchdown run. The Human Joystick Tarik Cohen also contributed with over 100 all purpose yards. Besides the two backs, the Bears were able to escape with a win without any other real help on the offensive end. Mike Glennon threw for only 101 yards, with only 9 (fucking...

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Rodgers, Allison, and Banged Up Packers Find a Way Against Bengals

I’m still catching my breath. What an absolutely thrilling game. The Packers came into this game without one of their top corners (Davon House), a top receiver (Randall Cobb), best two defensive players (Mike Daniels and Nick Perry), their Pro Bowl left tackle (David Bakhtiari), and off a tough loss in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Green Bay went down 21-7 at halftime, with the deficit aided by Aaron Rodgers’ second career pick-six. It was looking like another daunting task for an injured Packers squad to try and compete. Good teams find a way, though, and the Pack...

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NEW: Pittsburgh Steelers to remain in locker room during National Anthem today, ESPN confirms, following Pres. Trump's criticism of protests — ABC News (@ABC) September 24, 2017 Steelers will not participate in today‚Äôs National Anthem, as @JamieErdahl reported. Steelers will remain in locker room during Anthem. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 24, 2017   Pittsburgh. The Steel City. Gotham City. A place where grabbing your lunch pail and rolling up the sleeves isn’t just a saying, it’s simply a way of life. A culture built around blue collar steel toughness. A city where a yellow towel isn’t just used...

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Happy Birthday: Eddie George

Happy 44th birthday, Eddie George! A member of the College Football Hall of Fame, George was born on this date in 1973. The Ohio St. Buckeye won the Heisman Trophy in 1995 and went on to achieve a successful 9-year career in the NFL with the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans. His greatest achievement, however, was earning a spot on the cover of Madden 2001. As the superstar gracing the cover of the first Playstation game I ever owned, George quickly became my favorite player. A dedicated disciple of the Titans running back, I even dressed as E.G. for...

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