Tough loss. One of the hardest hitting on defense, out of control on offense games in forever. For both teams. We knew it would be hard to go up to Philly and beat them, and they got about as close as you can get. What we really learned is this Skins team is very good on offense with Cousins.
But in the end, penalties and injuries and terrible special teams caught up to them. Looks like DHall might be out for a while, and Hatcher left the game as well. Alf was out for some of the game too.
Short week with the Giants game on Thursday. Time to recover and prepare for a few pick 6s vs Eli.
Way too close for comfort, but a great win. Browns had their way with our defense most of the day, but we got the stop when we needed it. Joe made a HELLUVA throw when we needed it to put us in position for the win. That’s why you go out and get a guy like Steve Smith. Big time name making big time plays. 2-1 through 3 in the AFC North gauntlet. Carolina up next week. What a win!
South Park Just Aired a Commercial Going After Dan Snyder And The Team Name During The Redskins Game And Here It Is
Jaw hit the floor when this aired during the game. Had to make sure I didn’t change the channel by accident.
Quite possibly the funniest injury in the history of injuries. The old dry hump/sniped from the rafters. 10/10 pelvic thrust though, left it all out on the field. Can’t ask for more.
h/t Clay Travis
Browns are coming into this one with a great deal of confidence, and rightfully so. Like the Ravens, they’re a poor Week 1 first half away from being 2-0. They’re not the same Browns we’ve come to know and love. Mike Pettine has done a solid job so far of changing the culture in the locker room. Doesn’t hurt either that they appear to have a competent QB for the first time in years.
This is gonna be a tight one. Bernard Pierce is inactive, so Justin Forsett will have to carry the majority of the load. He did a fine job against Cincinnati and I expect him to do the same today. Lorenzo Taliaferro should finally get in the mix today as well. Ultimately I think this game will be decided in the red zone. We’ve shown time and time again defensively that we bend and don’t break. Haven’t given up a RZ touchdown yet this season. On the other hand, we’ve shown an inability to punch it in offensively. Only 3 touchdowns on 9 red zone trips. Gotta be better than that. That’s where Taliaferro might be able to be a difference-maker. If we can capitalize near the goal line, the Ravens will come out on top today.
Time to get after it. Lardarius Webb is finally active, which means the starting cornerback nightmare is over for the time being. With Webb in the lineup, I like our chances. Ravens win 24-20.
For the life of me I don’t understand how he’s still on television…not only because he killed someone, but because he’s awful at being on television. I can’t even get through this whole thing. He’s terrible. Awful. And paid to talk about domestic violence? Yuck.
“The reputation I left in this organization, this isn’t it” – Ray Lewis
Even Berman wasn’t buying the bullshit.
Hot girls in yoga pants. They don’t suck.
I love pancakes.
I always forget how awesome this movie is.
Diezel the dog. He’s the man. We’ve raised over $1,000 for him today.
Let’s watch it again, but zoomed up.
That’s all I got. 5 things that don’t suck.
The Sun – Pabst Brewing Co. is changing owners for the second time in roughly four years, as Russia’s Oasis Beverages and TSG Consumer Partners LLC linked up to buy the company behind American brews such as Natty Boh. Pabst, which also sells brands such as Old Milwaukee, will remain based in Los Angeles, where it relocated after its last sale. Eugene Kashper, the chairman of Oasis Beverages, will become Pabst’s CEO, TSG Consumer Partners said late on Thursday. Oasis Beverages, which Kashper founded in 2008, will get a majority stake in Pabst, while TSG will take a minority stake. “Pabst Blue Ribbon is the quintessential American brand – it represents individualism, egalitarianism, and freedom of expression – all the things that make this country great,” Kashper said in a statement. “The opportunity to work with the company’s treasure trove of iconic brands, some of which I started my career selling, is a dream come true.” Terms of the deal were not disclosed. However, a report Thursday by The Wall Street Journal said the deal would value Pabst at $700 million to $750 million, citing some people familiar with the matter.
Blasphemy! Is nothing sacred anymore?! I thought Russia knew better than to pull a stunt like this. Paws off you Siberian bastards. You can try to claim Crimea, you can try to claim the fucking moon, but don’t you dare try to claim my beer. I won’t have it. Baltimore won’t have it. AMERICA WON’T HAVE IT. Forget arguments over domestic violence, child abuse, and the like. We’ve got a real war on our hands. We won’t take this sitting down. Rise up! The War of Cheap Mediocre Beer is upon us!
PS: Real rough day for Tom Raper.
PS: Sold to Russia, brewed somewhere else, but still Baltimore’s finest export.