Some asshole decided that it would be super-hilarious to be Ray Rice, Domestic Abuser for Halloween, and made a costume in which he wore Rice’s jersey and dragged around a blow-up doll. You know what stumps me about this? He got the “don’t wear blackface” memo, but not the “domestic abuse is not funny” memo. It was originally posted on Reddit’s /r/funny subreddit, which, just… vom.
Obviously there’s been a lot of backlash. It’s been roundly criticized on the internet and on Twitter (sickeningly enough, there are plenty of people who think it’s just hilarious as well), and on TMZ Rose McGowan called it “repulsive.” But the sort of bottom-line sentiment about the whole thing comes from Janay Rice: Keep reading »
In what was otherwise an incredibly slow week for the NFL, the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks surprisingly traded wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets in exchange for a conditional draft pick. Speculation was instantly rampant that the move was tactical, due to Harvin’s alleged inability to get along with his teammates and the Seattle coaching staff. Such rumors plagued Harvin when he transferred from the Minnesota Vikings to the Seahawks, and they’ll likely plague him as he begins to make a name for himself with the Jets – but sources alleging bad behavior are a dime a dozen, so let’s focus on the bigger issue at hand: is Percy Harvin just what the Jets need to fix their ailing season? Keep reading »
Let’s do this. From worst to best… [All Photos: Getty Images] Keep reading »
There comes a point right around this time of the season where a thought runs through my brain that I would never dare utter out loud: “This is too much football.” We just wrapped Week 5, are close to being midway through the season, and even though I just spent the entire summer lamenting the lack of exciting sports to watch (sorry, baseball, until October, you’re a distant third to “Law & Order: SVU” reruns), between Thursday Night Football, games all day Sunday, and Monday Night Football on top of that – it all gets a little overwhelming. Keep reading »
“Oh god, Tom Brady, what are you doing?” That was the prevalent thought across most football fans minds – even the ones that loathe the New England Patriots with every fiber of their being – after Tom Brady fumbled his way through a disastrous game against the Kansas City Chiefs, playing arguably the worst game of his career. But one disastrous game can be written off – whereas the Patriots shaky offense all season might be cause for a bigger worry: is Tom Brady too old to keep playing at an elite quarterback level? Keep reading »