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Kissing Suzy Kolber:
This is the Johnny Walker Blue Label Bar by Porsche Design. It costs $150,000, and it’s what Don Draper would have in his office if Mad Men took place in the near future like I suggested. It’s made of titanium, it opens and closes like magic, and it would look absolutely ridiculous in your house. Pretty much the perfect Unnecessary Purchase. But at least it comes with three bottles of their good stuff.
Last Week: 5-11
Damn. On to the picks.
Tennessee +3.5 at Pittsburgh
Looking good, James Harrison.
Kansas City +3 at Indianapolis
Here is the face Todd Haley will make if this game plays true to the line. Here is Jim Caldwell’s. He’s not much for the emotions.
Arizona at Minnesota -3
One of the truly terrible 0-4 teams needs to get on the board, and I’ll be damned if it’s going to be the Colts.
Philadelphia at Buffalo +3
Oakland +6 at Houston
No Andre Johnson, no points. That’s the rule I just made up.
New Orleans -7 at Carolina
The Saints haven’t had any proble...
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Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison had surgery to repair a fractured orbital bone that he injured in the 17-10 loss to the Houston Texans. Harrison tweeted this photo of himself, and went on to say that he now feels like a pirate.
The meanest, scariest post-op pirate in history.
Might as well roll with it and go full pirate for Halloween. Hey, the eye’s going to be covered...
Chiefs coach Todd Haley said today that, after a seven-week absence, rookie wide receiver Jon Baldwin could return to full participation this week and might play Sunday at Indianapolis.
Are Todd Haley's sideline antics wearing thin in Kansas City? Michael Lombardi gives his opinion on the Chiefs' demonstrative coach and also takes Andy Reid to task for questionable clock management.
The sprained left foot of QB Ben Roethlisberger might be the least of the 2-2 Pittsburgh Steelers‘ injury problems this week. Coach Mike Tomlin told the media this week that he expects his quarterback to play on Sunday when the embattled AFC champions host the 3-1 Tennessee Titans.
Outside Linebacker James Harrison requires surgery to repair a fractured orbital bone near his right...
Here's what most Chiefs fans know of Jon Baldwin: He's a highly touted wide receiver whose checkered history in college caused his draft stock to fall and his fight with a teammate in training camp resulted in an injury that's kept him out all season.
Here's what Baldwin wants fans to know: He is willing to do whatever it takes to help Kansas City win on the field...
"Babin, the NFL's sack leader, said he was fined $15,000 for a hit on 49ers quarterback Alex Smith during the Eagles' 24-23 loss Sunday. Babin is playing in the first year of a five-year, $28.325 million contract. 'It's ridiculous,' he said. 'They just arbitrarily go around fining guys for whatever they want. I'd...
News that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's latest injury probably won't prevent him from playing Sunday was tempered by the reality Tuesday that the Steelers could be without their top pass rusher for all of October.
James Harrison is scheduled to have surgery today to fix an orbital fracture near his right eye, and coach Mike Tomlin said the All-Pro outside linebacker will...
Mike Florio talks to Pittsburgh Steeler’s beat writer Ed Bouchette about the state of the Steelers, including topics such as injuries to Ben Rothlisberger and James Harrison, free agent signings, Rashard Mendenhall, and Pittsburgh’s upcoming schedule. Mike also puts five coaches on the hot seat heading into Week 5.
Chiefs head coach Todd Haley said Friday that a decision had not yet been made on whether Jon Baldwin will make his NFL debut Sunday at Indianapolis. Baldwin, who hasnt played because of a broken thumb suffered in a fight with teammate Thomas Jones, was a full participant in each of this weeks practices, and he was listed as probable for Sunday.Source: Kansas City Star Attached Thumbnails
Below is the defensive participation chart for the Steelers week 4 game versus the Houston Texans this past Sunday. The first noticeable thing is that the Steelers were only in the nickel for 14 non-penalty plays on defense due to the multiple 2 and 3 tight end personnel packages that the Texans used. Because of that, Keenan Lewis only saw 14 snaps this past week. Cameron Heyward...
Mike Florio interviews Pittsburgh Steelers beat writer Ed Bouchette about the state of the Steelers, including topics such as injuries to Ben Roethlisberger and James Harrison, free agent signings, Rashard Mendenhall and Pittsburgh’s upcoming schedule.