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Halloween always brings out the weirdest, craziest, most disturbing segments of the year. (See Kris Jenkins' Trick or Treat Terror.) The 2012 version was no different with enough fright to keep you spooked through Christmas. Why go see the latest Paranormal Activity flick in your theaters when "Scary Will Muschamp Mask" can live in your nightmares instead.
College GameDay and NFL GameDay Morning gave us the two scariest segments of the sports years this weekend. The ESPN Saturday crew donned coaches masks that looked like a tryout for the Point Break sequel while the NFL Network Sunday crew tried on grim reaper outfits and throaty voices. Both to equally terrifying results.
First, here's Chris Fowler as Nick Saban, Lee Corso as Bil Snyder, Kirk Herbstreit as Will Muschamp, Desmond Howard as "Chocolate" Chip Kelly, and David Pollack as Brian Kelly from Saturday...
Horrifying, right? Well, all you need to know about the ridiculousness of this NFL Network segment is Rich Eisen's introduction. "We're in our graveyard, and I need a lozenge."
So scary... for so many reasons.
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With the NFL trade deadline coming tomorrow, the New York Jets do not plan on trading quarterback Tim Tebow, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. So … Continue reading »
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said in Monday's teleconference that he is sticking with Mark Sanchez as the starting quarterback, but backup Tim Tebow could get a bigger role. "I think Mark's our guy, there's no doubt about that," Ryan said via the Newark Star-Ledger. Ryan said that Sanchez was "fairly accurate" when he got enough time to throw....
Breaking -- NY Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez used his head today.
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The New York Jets' troubles on the field are causing complications for Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez -- and not just because he could lose some playing time or his starting job if his team continues to play poorly. Sanchez reportedly broke up last week with actress Eva Longoria after dating for several months, but it wasn't the general wear and tear of a celebrity relationship...
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I’d rather listen to the New York Jets talk than watch them play football. At least their press conferences are interesting. I fear that the Jets idea of offensive rhythm is to curse loudly while listening to “The Super Bowl Shuffle”. Much of the focus has been on the inability of the Jet’s brain-trust to figure out how to utilize Tim Tebow. Calls for Rex Ryan to bench...
Hurricane Sandy wasn't the only blast of wind swirling around in New Jersey this weekend. While New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie was basically a lot less blustery than his teammates, who talked trash all week leading up to the game against the Miami Dolphins, it was Cromartie who created a post-game storm by calling Reggie Bush a "punk."
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The Jets fell in a laugher to the divisional rival Dolphins in what Gang Green called a 'must-win' game this week.
After a tough loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has once again made it clear that he’s sticking with Mark Sanchez as … Continue reading »
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A swarming Miami Dolphins clamped down on the New York Jets to grab a 30-9 victory as heavy winds blew at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Olivier Vernon picked up a blocked punt in the end zone and the Dolphins sacked Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez four times. Backup quarterback Matt Moore threw a touchdown pass in relief of injured starter Ryan Tannehill as...