People watching the Minnesota Vikings demolish the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday may have done a double or triple take (guilty) at the sight of one diminutive Minneapolis-born mega pop star hiding out in the home team's owner's box. Sure, Prince is from Minnesota, and he once deigned to play a Superbo ... More >>
Prince was so excited about his Minnesota Vikings' victory last weekend in the NFL playoffs that he dashed off a football fight song, "Purple and Gold." It sounds as if it were dashed off by a fan.
Purple Rain it ain't. Actually, it sounds like Christian rock, though MTV's Kyle Anderson, who mu ... More >>
"They played well," Cincinnati receiver (and ace David Letterman guest) Chad Ochocinco told the Washington Post after the Jets 38-0 season-ending win over his team on Sunday, January 3. "My fear coming into today's game was not the individuals I had to play against. It was Rex. He's a defens ... More >>
While you lily-livers are feasting on turkey and whatnot, rightbloggers are defending Thanksgiving, the nation, and their Second Amendment right to kill hippies.
RedState remembers the first Thanksgiving, in 1941, when "Americans around the nation settled into a peaceful Thanksgiving weekend ... More >>
AOL is now Aol, and has lost its Running Man logo because "he represents the communications products and that's not the whole new AOL," says Aol's Maureen Sullivan. The Running Man is rumored to drowning his sorrows with Mr. Zip.
As the Giants get ready for a crucial four games that will probably seal their fate for the 2009 season -- the Falcons this Sunday in the Meadowlands, the Broncos at Denver, then the Cowboys and Eagles back in New Jersey -- they have two major puzzles to solve.
Everyone knows about the defen ... More >>
How good are the 2009 Giants? Are they the best team in their conference? Let's answer the second question first.
Pending the outcome of tonight's game between the Green Bay Packers and the 3-0 Minnesota Vikings, the Giants and the New Orleans Saints are the only 4-0 teams in the conference. ... More >>
Back in the Chicago Bears' 80s heyday, there was a story (now debunked, alas) that quarterback Jim McMahon fed his offensive line dinner every weekend as a gesture of appreciation toward the people who kept him from getting killed. Former Mayor Ed Koch seems to have heeded that apocryphal exa ... More >>
Don't know if you've heard the story, but they're saying that if you're traveling down Nicaragua way, you can see bunches of kids wearing "21-0" shirts - those were the ones printed up for New England fans before the 2008 Super Bowl - and Brett Favre Jets jerseys. That, apparently, is one of the pla ... More >>
Plaxico Burress was let go by the Giants last week, but at least he's leaving with $1 million more than he might have. A special master has ruled in arbitration that the Giants can't dock a million off Burress' signing bonus because his self-shooting in November was not a willful attempt to default ... More >>
The Denver Broncos used to be cool, man. They've changed.
Last week, we made clear our dim view of the televised scrimmage known as the Pro Bowl. Nonetheless, we forced ourselves to eyeball a few minutes of it yesterday, given that it was the last we'll see of pro football for a while. While endu ... More >>