The Beat Goes On
The Broncos put up another 51 points yesterday, giving them 230 points for the season. The team with the next highest point total? The Cowoys at 152. While Denver usually gets things done with an air show, Peyton Manning showed that he can also beat you with this legs. The shifty quarterback executed one of the best bootlegs you’ll ever see (you can see from the picture above that the entire stadium was fooled). We learned after the game, even his teammates were fooled.
Manning said he was the only one that knew he'd keep the ball on his TD run so that everyone else would sell the RB run better.—
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Denver has opened up as a 28-point favorite for this Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. It’s the largest spread in NFL history.
You have to see what happened to poor Seahawks punter Josh Ryan … We learned on Twitter that LeSean McCoy thinks Knowshon Moreno sucks. … We love our celebrations, but when a players has done nothing all year, he might want to pump the brakes on the double backflip which was only made worse for Giants running back David Wilson when he had to leave the game against the Eagles early after an injury. … The Colts turned a blocked field goal into a touchdown on this cool play.
College Football Roundup
SMU had the craziest two-point conversion you’ll ever see, with quarterback Garrett Gilbert literally throwing a pass across the entire field after a mad scramble. … Alabama wide receiver DeAndew White had the Catch of the Day. … Ohio State had the Backdoor Cover of the year.
We start things off with the newest photoshoot from Brazilian model Gracie Carvalho. … Argentine fashion model Rocio Guirao Diaz recently modeled some bikinis. … Bar Refaeli has her own underwear line.
Even Anti-LeBron People Will Like This
LeBron James got his son an Xbox cake for his birthday and it was spectacular.
Wedding Video Of The Day
Why walk down the aisle when you can zipline?
Video Of The Day
Via Uproxx comes this video of a model surfing. And eating Chinese food. Which begs the question: Real or fake?