Sunday, November 5

T.Y. Hilton Pretends to Be Down, Gets Up and Scores


T.Y. Hilton caught five passes for 175 yards and two scores in the Colts' 20-14 win over the Houston Texans. The Indy receiver picked up 33 of those yards on a pretty heady play. After making a short catch over the middle and taking it down the field, Hilton appeared to be touched by the Texans' Karim Jackson. Turns out Jackson actually didn't make contact, though. And in a very smart move, Hilton, after laying on the ground for a second, got right up and ran into the end zone untouched. Sometimes being a possum is the best kind of offense.

 


Sunday, October 29

Conan Plays Assassin's Creed: Origins with Aaron Rodgers


Conan O'Brien just dropped another edition of "Clueless Gamer," this time exploring the game Assassin's Creed: Origins. Conan's guest is Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, fresh off his broken collarbone injury. But if you think that'll stop Conan from cracking a few jokes at Rodgers' expense...well, you just haven't watched this show very much.

Segment regular Aaron Bleyart and Packers offensive lineman David Bakhtiari also make appearances. Conan is not pleased that Rodgers is in a cast and he lets them know it. Enjoy the shenanigans below.


Thursday, October 26

Jimmy Butler and Miles Brown Have Their Own Freaky Friday Experience


In this Funny or Die sketch, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jimmy Butler and Blackish actor Miles Brown sit down for a fun little interview. But what starts off as a normal chat quickly turns sinister as the pair trade bodies in what appears to be some kind of Freaky Friday situation. But I don't know, I've never seen this sort of thing before, have you?

Monday, October 23

A Good Reminder to Never Celebrate Early

Man, this is just brutal to watch. Bangkok Sports Club and Satri Angthong were in a heated battle during the Thailand Cup. As regulation ended, the score was just 2-2. But then we went to penalty kicks. And that's where the fun really began.

By the time the kick below happened, the score was 19-19. AMAZING. With so many goals scored, you can understand why the Satri goalkeeper was pretty pumped when a kick hit the upper crossbar and seemed to bounce out of harm's way.

Sadly for said goalkeeper, though...the ball took an odd spin and hopped right back into the goal. Satri then missed their next penalty kick (for real this time), giving Bangkok the 20-19 win. Sports are silly.

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Sunday, October 22

JuJu Smith-Schuster Just Had The Touchdown Celebration of the Year




I'm very glad the NFL has allowed touchdown celebrations back into our lives. After previously banning showing any kind of emotion after scoring (a pretty impressive task no matter how you are), the league finally relented and...well, is letting the players have some fun.

We've seen some pretty creative celebrations throughout the course of the season, but this one by Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster takes the cake. He engages in a game of hide and seek with teammate LeVeon Bell, all while fellow wide receiver Antonio Brown looks on in confusion. It's absolutely delightful and even Jim Nantz and Tony Romo applaud from the broadcaster booth.

Smith-Schuster had plenty to celebrate during the game. The Steelers easily handled the Bengals, 29-14, and now have a commanding lead in the AFC North. Check out the chaos below: