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Posted on: January 13, 2012 9:21 am
Edited on: January 13, 2012 11:01 am
 

VIDEO: Jimmy Fallon sings 'Tebowie' skit

By Will Brinson

We've never been huge Jimmy Fallon fans, but some of the stuff he does is absolutely knock-down, drag-out hilarious. Like "Tebowie," which is a Tim Tebow-related skit that Fallon busted out on Thursday night.

This may seem obvious, but we'll set it up anyway: Fallon's doing a David Bowie impersonation. But his version of Bowie is crossbred with Tebow, creating some sort of classic-rock monster.

Fallon sings "Space Oddity" (you may know it as "Ground Control to Major Tom"?) with the lyrics swapped up to focus on the Broncos quarterback.

Kudos to Fallon for his patience: waiting one night gave him the best Tebow skit of all the late-night shows.



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Posted on: January 8, 2012 11:01 am
 

Barkley Postgame Translator App rips NFL coaches

"So many postgame interviews are full of nonsense and they are just boring."(Getty Images)

By Will Brinson


Last night, Charles Barkley hosted Saturday Night Live, for the third time in his storied career. Most of the skits, predictably, were hits but a couple were misses.

Not a miss? "Charles Barkley's Postgame Translator App," which was a mock advertisement for an iPhone app that lets Barkley break down what coaches and players are saying after games.

Mike Shanahan, Bill Belichick, Andy Reid and Rex Ryan are all subjects of a little mockumentary.



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Posted on: January 4, 2012 2:16 pm
Edited on: January 4, 2012 2:17 pm
 

VIDEO: Jimmy Kimmel skit punks young Bears fan

By Will Brinson

If you haven't seen the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" skit "I Gave My Kids a Terrible Christmas Present," you're missing out on life. The premise is pretty simple: parents give their kids crappy Christmas gifts early and videotape them opening said presents and then reacting in a hysterical manner.

It's a cruel and horrible thing to do to kids*, as long as their yours. If they're someone else's kids, well, everything's fair game. Via Sarah Spain comes a clip that didn't make the cut for Kimmel's show, but is absolutely outstanding from an NFL fan perspective.

The setup: the family involved are all huge Bears fans and the dad orders his daughter a jersey from the NFL store for Christmas. It is not a Bears jersey, and she reacts in a violent, angry, tearful and nearly obscene manner. It's really quite sublime.
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*I have to say that in case Mrs. Brinson is reading.

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Posted on: December 30, 2011 11:00 am
 

NFC East gets Taiwanese animation video treatment

Taiwan really respects the owners of the NFC East. (YouTube.com)
By Will Brinson

On Sunday night, the Giants and Cowboys will square off in the "NFC East championship game" -- the winner gets a trip to the playoffs, and the loser's got some serious questions to answer about how 2011 went down.

As with anything that draws attention in American, the folks at Next Media Animation decided to break down the matchup, Taiwanese animation style.

The video below, as you can tell from the photo above, should make the owners of the NFC East teams very happy. There's Dan Snyder as a baby, Jerry Jones breathing fire and getting insulted -- "they won't win anything until he dies" -- before collapsing on the field, Eli Manning digging his own grave and just for fun, Michael Vick riding an eagle while teams shoot shotguns at him.

And yes, the Cowboys are apparently considered chokers in any language.



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Posted on: December 29, 2011 2:11 pm
Edited on: December 29, 2011 2:28 pm
 

VIDEO: D-Wade, LeBron salute Cam at Bobcats game

Cam kicks it courtside with MJ. (Getty Images)
By Will Brinson

On Christmas Eve, we noted that Cam Newton's rookie year might qualify for G.O.A.T. status. (That's "Greatest Of All-Time" for those that don't know.) So it's fitting that Cam spent Wednesday evening with OG GOAT, Michael Jordan.

Newton, who lives in Charlotte, was visiting the Heat-Bobcats game and sitting courtside with MJ.

Unfortunately for Jordan, the Bobcats lost the game on a Dwyane Wade game-winning shot with less than three seconds left. But the bright side is that immediately after making the shot, Wade and LeBron James saluted Newton with a Superman shoutout.

The bigger issue, though, as our Eye on Basketball compadres note, is that Wade traveled on the final play of the game. Or maybe he was just trying to impress Cam with his "rushing" skills.

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Dwyane Wade and LeBron salute Cam Newton. (NBA.com)

So here's an interesting aside: people apparently think Wade was trying to show up Cam. He wasn't, though

"Not showing up #Cam Newton yall-- jus paying respect to one of the great athletes 2day.." Wade tweeted on Thursday.

I thought that was obvious, but apparently it wasn't.

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Posted on: December 19, 2011 6:27 pm
 

VIDEO: Hines Ward in 'Dark Knight Rises' trailer

And people say Hines Ward has lost a step. (YouTube.com)
By Will Brinson

"Dark Knight Rises," the latest in the line of Batman movies from Christopher Nolan, is slated to hit theaters in July of 2012. But the full trailer hit the Internets over the weekend and guess who makes a cameo: Hines Ward!

We already knew that a slew of Steelers players were playing roles in the movie as members of the Gotham Rogues, whose home field is set at Heinz Field, but not until my younger brother chatted me on Sunday did I realize that Ward was actually in the preview.

You can check out Ward's appearance at the 1:15 mark below as he runs from not just defenders, but a slew of explosions set by Bane, the movie's villain, who's basically like an evil version of Rob Gronkowski, who is also hell-bent on blowing up Heinz Field (only metaphorically) and quite clearly a efficient killing machine created by scientists.

The trailer is absolutely badass, but, just as an FYI, it's R-rated and slightly scarier than James Harrison.


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Posted on: December 18, 2011 2:20 pm
Edited on: December 18, 2011 2:37 pm
 

VIDEO: Panthers score on a fumblerooski

By Will Brinson

If you think Panthers coordinator Rob Chudzinski isn't creative, think again -- he busted out a fumblerooski play against the Texans in the red zone, with the Panthers already up 14-0.

It's a pretty aggressive play considering that the Panthers have three guys with over 500 rushing yards on the season and Cam Newton is a beast in the red zone.

But that's precisely why this play worked -- the defense flooded towards Newton when he faked a run to the right, only to have Richie Brockel rumble in on the left side.




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Posted on: December 18, 2011 9:38 am
 

Jesus visits Tim Tebow, Broncos in SNL sketch

By Will Brinson

Tim Tebow gets enough talk these days that it shouldn't be surprising in the least to see Saturday Night Live bust out a skit on the Broncos quarterback.

But the way they did it is impressively funny -- Jason Sudeikis, dressed as Jesus, busts into the Broncos locker room during Tebow's post-game speech and tells the quarterback to "take it down a notch."

The big guy also makes a few salient football points: focus, stretching is important, as is reading the playbook, the Patriots are really good and the Broncos kicker deserves some love.

"Matt Prater, I pray to you brother," Jesus said.

Jesus also has some pretty funny lines for Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.



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