Tom Brady may hate the New York Jets, but he is kind of jealous of their fans. Despite winning the New England Patriots home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, 38-24, Brady took a shot at Pats fans who left the game early after New England had locked the game.
“The road environment is very different than our friendly home crowd, who when I looked up, half the stadium was gone when we were up 21 points early fourth quarter, which I wasn’t so happy about,” Brady said. “I don’t think the Jets fans leave early. They’re going to be loud the whole game. Communication is always an issue,” Brady said.
While Brady wishes Pats fans were more like Jets, he does not wish the same for his team.
Golden Boy dreams about Rex Ryan
Despite much hype including many off season moves and an HBO reality series, the Jets failed to impress on the NFL opener. The New York Jets lost to the Baltimore Ravens 10-9. At least you have offense Brady….
Reggie Bush is a New Orleans Saint Super Bowl winner, ex-boyfriend of jersey chaser Kim Kardashian, and a Heisman Trophy winner… or at least used to be a Heisman Trophy winner.
After much speculation, the former USC player
Reggie Bush ponders how much money he can get for selling the Heisman Trophy
has given back the Heisman Trophy he won in 2005. Bush came under fire after he was investigated by the NCAA for taking gifts during the 2005 college football season. Accepting $100,000s of dollars in gifts for him and his family from sports agents, Bush was declared ineligible for the 2005 season, prompting Bush to forfeit the trophy for college football’s most valuable player. Now the Heisman committee has decided there will be no winner, after some believe the award would go to second place winner Vince Young.
“We have determined there will be no winner of the 2005 Heisman Trophy,” Bill Dockery, the president of the Heisman Trophy Trust, said in an interview with ESPN on Wednesday. “We’re five years out and it would be too late to have a re-vote. Things have changed since that time. Who would ever know where the votes would go if we removed [Bush] from the picture…You could never recreate the exact scenario to recalibrate those votes without another vote. We think its time to look forward and not back.
Agreeing with the committee, Young, who currently plays for the Tennessee Titans said, “I would not want [the award]. In 2005, Reggie Bush was the Heisman Trophy winner, so why would I want it?” Young said. While Young led the Texas Longhorns to the NCAA Championship in 2005, he has not found the same Super Bowl success as Bush.
This is the first time the Heisman Trophy has ever been given back, including after OJ Simpson was trialed for murder. Congratulations Reggie Bush… you are worse than a murder.
The Detroit Lions were robbed of a victory by the Chicago Bears, after the refs called back a 35-yard touchdown by Calvin Johnson. While Johnson touched both feet on the ground and maintained possession, the officials ruled that he did not maintain control long enough. The rule is explained below:
The rule in question states, “If a player goes to the ground in the act of catching a pass (with or without contact by an opponent), he must maintain control of the ball after he touches the ground, whether in the field of play or the end zone. If he loses control of the ball, and the ball touches the ground before he regains control, the pass is incomplete. If he regains control prior to the ball touching the ground, the pass is complete.”
The video is above! && you guys can decide for yourself…. Go Lions!
Chad Ochocinco hosted tonight’s episode of WWE’s Monday Night Raw. Ochocinco and his Cincinnati Bengals suffered a tough loss to the New England Patriots yesterday, but he put it behind him to host Monday Night Raw. Hosted at the US Bank Arena in Cinncy, Chad introduced the event and called himself the best looking guest host. WWE wrestler, the Miz (also known as Mike from Real World New York) fought with the Bengals receiver claiming that the Bengals will never win a Superbowl. Though I may agree with the Miz… my money is on Ochocinco in this fight, he did take on a horse after all.