---Drew Brees said in a sideline interview of Sunday's Pro Bowl that when he and Doug Flutie had been teammates in San Diego Flutie, a master of the drop kick, had taught him how to do it.
So with Flutie in the broadcast booth, Brees decided it was the perfect moment to emulate him, but the kick for an extra point was too low. Brees told Flutie that his drop was too...
In case you missed it, you can catch highlights of Sunday's NHL All-Star Game above. It featured slightly more defense and competitiveness than the Pro Bowl, although with Drew Brees attempting drop kicks, maybe that's not saying much. Your announcing schedule for the week on ice is below.
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By REED NELSONFOXSportsDetroit.com
Shawn Payton threatened to blow up the Superdome in New Orleans?
Yes, apparently he did. And no, it wasn't the coach of the Saints (whose name is spelled Sean) who called in the threat on his own building.
According to federal court records attained by The Detroit News, Shawn Payton of Jackson, Mich., twice phoned in a threat to the Superdome...
The Pro Bowl has mercifully ended in a 59-41 AFC win and the Saints players that were involved all had notable moments. The NFC coaches decide to leave Cam Newton in for the entire second half, and he was an absolute disaster out there. He was horribly inaccurate with his throws, his footwork was terrible, he threw three miserable interceptions, and he struggled to shake off the...
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Here’s something people don’t know about me. The Pro Bowl? Never lose a bet on it. Like never in my life. I don’t know what it is. Some people are good at basketball. Some people can hit a curveball. Some people understand math and some people can play the guitar...
Last night, the worst all-star game in professional sports was saved by one prevailing thought for football fans –there is an actual game next week to look forward to. Otherwise, the Pro Bowl of 2012 was the same four quarters of defenseless crap that has stormed the beaches of Honolulu for years. No one tried to stop any of the six quarterbacks from marching down the field, allowing...
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