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Rabbit Punches: Soldier Field Condition Reminiscent of Actual 1800’s Battle Field

Reggie Bush found himself on the bench this week after continued trouble with fumbles. Next in line to take Bush’s spot are Kris Humphries and Kanye West.

As America honored our veterans on Sunday, Soldier Field played a fitting host to the Sunday night game in more than just its name. The weather played a big role between the Chicago Bears and the Houston Texans, and the actual turf honored veterans by doing its best impression of a battle field from the 1800’s.

By the unfortunate means of Michael Vick sustaining a concussion, Eagles fans got to see what they have in Nick Foles. By the unfortunate means of putting all their eggs in the Michael Vick’s basket eagles fans will get what they always wanted by seeing how they do without Andy Reid.

The San Francisco 49ers and the St. Louis Rams ended their hard-fought battle in a tie. Both teams tried their hardest but in the end, neither one could find a way to lose.

The Baltimore Ravens hung up a dirty number on Oakland, 55. When asked to take a closer look at that number, the Raiders said that they would rather look at 3-D video of Snooki giving birth.

The New England Patriots held of the Buffalo Bills in a matchup that continues to become comical in its lack of defense. When the Bills and the Patriots play, the defense is so absent, the offense’s parent tells it that the defense is off exploring Antarctica.

The Atlanta Falcons suffered their first loss at the hands of the 4-5 New Orleans Saints. Good thing I used that joke I was sitting on about the ’72 Dolphins last week.

The Seattle Seahawks took down the struggling New York Jets. Pete Carroll’s rookie QB looked great as Mark Sanchez performed sub par yet again. Carroll is happy with his team and even happier he only had to coach Sanchez in college.