Found July 27, 2012 on
The Money Shot:
"This is approximately how wide my vagina is."
Greetings from Knoxville, Tennessee. At least that's where I was physically when I wrote this. Mentally I was in a special kind of hell with the reality of seven more hours left in a van with my family setting in like a sledge hammy to the tender sack. Seven more hours of eating my brother's nuclear fucking beer farts. Seven more hours of my mom trying to hop into fantasy football discussions in order to give her ELITE observation of Aaron Rodgers being "good". Not sure if you all knew that but there's some classified info for you. Seven more hours of dying slowly. But more importantly, Knoxville is where I realized it'll be 3am when I get home and there was no fucking way I was writing anything useful at that time on the heals of a 16 hour van ride.
Family vacations suck hairy hillbilly tit. Don't get me wrong, the P's picking up the ta
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- With throngs of reporters gathered around his locker, NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers met with reporters after Day 1 of Packers training camp.
Five question-and-answer highlights:
1. Coming off a Super Bowl last season, the Packers were the hunted. Now you're back to being hunters. What is the message to the locker room now?
RODGERS:Well I think it...
I’m ready Juan…
Aaron Rodgers are the Packers are in full swing at training camp. Jeff Saturday is now the man at center and he will help the offense even more efficient this season. Aaron Rodgers is the consensus #1 QB this season and should be taken in the first 5 picks in fantasy drafts.
2012 QB Rankings
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October might be a very busy month for Aaron Rodgers. Not only will he be quarterbacking the Green Bay Packers, but if terezowens.com can be trusted, he’ll be getting married. I have no idea who Terez Owens is and I have no idea whether this site is even the slightest bit reputable, but here’s what [...]
While most fans will be watching the new players early in training camp, I’m also going to be keeping a close eye on the dynamic between Aaron Rodgers and Ben McAdoo. I’m really anxious to see whether the league’s reigning Most Valuable Player will listen to his new position coach the way he listened to [...]
The Olympics are nearly here and the entire world will be watching on the edge of their seat as the best athletes in the world compete for their countries.
What is also nearly here is the NFL season and the many questions it will bring this season. So I decided to combine them both and do a special article about which NFL players could compete in the Olympics today.
Here it is...
1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay) 375
2. Drew Brees (New Orleans) 325
3. Tom Brady (New England) 321
4. Matt Stafford (Detroit) 305
5. Cam Newton (Carolina) 298
6. Tony Romo (Dallas) 280
7. Philip Rivers (San Diego) 275
8. Robert Griffin (Washington) 272
9. Peyton Manning (Denver) 264
10. Matt Ryan (Atlanta) 260
11. Andrew Luck (Indianapolis) 260
12. Eli Manning (NY Giants) 253