Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Indianapolis Colts Punter Pat McAfee Thanks John Elway For The Love [VIDEO]

Besides being a fantastic kicker, Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee is a great big goof. he can often be seen celebrating his kicks on the field with a golf swing. Has been known to act a fool when he does guest spots on sports shows, and has even done stand-up--and he was good! You have to be a goof to do that!

The great big goof that is Pat McAfee was in form Sunday night during the Super Bowl, and it appears he really appreciated when John Elway said this one's for Pat!

Peyton Manning Gives Bennie Fowler Autographed Jersey After Fowler Gives Him His Last Completed Pass

While we would have loved to hear the news Sunday night that Peyton Manning is going to retire and ride off into the sunset as a Super Bowl champion, the "Sheriff" declined to say what he is going to do. At his age and with his recent injury history, it would be shocking to see him come back for another season.

So if he doesn't the two-point conversion following C.J. Anderson's touchdown will end up being the last pass he ever completes in the NFL.

San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich Must Not Be A Fan Of Bernie Sanders Or Donald Trump [VIDEO]

During a pregame interview San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was giving one of his usual in-game interviews when he was asked if he wanted to hear how the primaries went in New Hampshire. He said yes, and then gave fans another classic moment before heading back to the bench.

By his reaction, it is probably safe to say that he is not a fan of either Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders.

Denver Broncos DL DeMarcus Ware Talks About The Joy Of Sacking Quarterback And The Noise Some Make [VIDEO]

During his 11-year career, Denver Broncos defensive lineman DeMarcus Ware has been credited with 134.5 sacks. Obviously he is pretty good at what he does and must take some joy in his work. While making an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel he got to talking about the joy of sacking a quarterback, and how he made one squeal like a little school girl once.

Kimmel tried to get Ware to tell him who it was, but much like the Panthers offensive line Sunday he was not effective.

Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen Shaves "It" All Off [PHOTO]

After the season he had, Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen was like the rest of the team in that he hoped for a much better ending to the season than they got. However, there is one person affiliated with the team that did get a very happy ending the season.

Greg Olsen's wife.

Anti-Beyonce Rally Planned At NFL Headquarters Next Week As Outrage Builds Over Her Halftime Show

Back in the 1980s the halftime show at the Super Bowl was pretty cool, but it has been a very long time since the show has been any good (Bruno Mars did a good one a few years ago and Katy Perry's wasn't bad). Sunday's show featuring Beyonce, Coldplay, and Bruno Mars was par for the course--not good.

However, it appears that is will be talked about for some time in the days and potentially weeks to come. In case you didn't catch it, it appears that Beyonce made a political statement with her part of the show. While that made some people very happy, it angered even more.

NFL To Ban College Players Convicted Of Domestic Violence Or Weapons Charges From Draft And Combine

Domestic violence has long been an issue in the NFL, but in recent years--thanks in part to the attention brought to domestic violence cases on social media and in the news--the NFL has finally started trying to do something about the problem. Many question the league's true desire to do anything and call the penalties the NFL applies as weak.

At the least, they are trying to speak out against and raise awareness of the issue now as was in evidence with the ad they ran during the Super Bowl.

C.J.Anderson Has A Very Good Reason Why He Never Wants To Leave Denver

If an offensive MVP had to be chosen from the Super Bowl it would probably be Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson. The third-year back had 100 total yards on the night (90 rushing, 10 receiving) and the team's only offensive touchdown on the night, a late plunge from a couple yards out that sealed the win for Denver.

As it turns out, this is a contract year for him, and while he didn't play well enough to command a big salary he should get a nice pay raise ($585,000 last season). He is hoping that the pay raise comes from a new contract with the Broncos, and he has a pretty good reason why he wants to remain with the team.