Someone is obviously unhappy with the NFL and it’s buxom cheerleaders. And cranky. And probably not comfortable around women. His main points: Cheerleaders in American football games serve no actual purpose, tend not to distract fans from the action on the field, rub their pompons together in an annoying fashion. Genius.
A simple, yet painful sports video to finish the year. Gymnast Vault Fail – Watch MoreFunny Videos
First off, all we have so far are rumors. Rumors that a high school teacher, who also happens to be a cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals, had an inappropriate relationship with a male student. The fact that Sarah Jones has resigned her job at Dixie Heights High School (Kentucky) might imply something is up, but Jones DOES have a a history of suing websites that make inaccurate allegations against her….
Would this happen anywhere else in the world? Japanese soccer fans pour out into the street to celebrate their team’s win, but when the traffic light changes they all rush back to the sidewalks as requested by the cops, wait patiently for the light to change, then start partying again. The World’s Most Polite Soccer Hooligans – Watch MoreFunny Videos
It’s that time of year and it certainly looks like most of the cheerleaders in the NFL are in the holiday spirit. Click here for the slideshow. Don’t say we didn’t get you anything this year.
How important was the Green Bay Packers winning streak to some of the team’s fans? We’re sure most of them probably were NOT happy with the loss, but they probably took it in stride. Everyone has to lose at some point, right? But at least one Packer fan from Grand Chute, Wisconsin took her frustration out on her daughter, allegedly choking her not once, but twice, and even asking her,…
Not really a “bad jock” story, but something we thought you might find interesting: a photo gallery of the thickest necks in the National Football League from The Slate. At right, Paul Posluszny, a linebacker, Jacksonville Jaguars.
Some people handle losing better than others. Take Steven Wilson, 52, of Eagan, MN: he, apparently does NOT take losing well. His 14-year-old son plays basketball for the 8th grade team and was involved in a tournament earlier this month when the team lost. Afterwards, Wilson allegedly yelled, pushed the kid into a wall, and then punched his son in front of other parents and other fans who eventually alerted…