Lebron James Get’s Burned On in McDonald’s New Commercial

Even Lebron laughed at his own comments.

Remember last year during the summer when Lebron James made his “decision” to go to the Miami Heat? Remember how they had a special event in American Airlines Arena in honor of the move? Do you also remember how Lebron said that they weren’t just going to win one championship, but two…three…four, five, six, and seven championships? Sure you do because everyone was talking about it and it was everywhere.

Well just about a year later Lebron James the one who got dunked on in his own basketball camp (but we didn’t “see it” because the video was confiscated), the one who got beat in horse in his own basketball camp, and the one who got stripped by an overseas player…but wait it gets better…and then got DUNKED ON by that overseas player. Do you remember all of those too? Of course you do.

Well let’s just say things would get even worse for the Lebron. Putting the countless amounts of tweets he gets a day of people saying that he sucks, can’t play in the fourth quarter, (which by the way always makes me laugh), and all of the other hateful trash talk aside; it just doesn’t stop. And now the famous fast food restaurant McDonald’s is even joining in. That’s how you know it’s bad.

The famous McDonld’s advertising their new game said that the odds of winning in their game were a lot better than Lebron winning seven championships. Now that seems like a pretty chancy game…because seven championships is a lot. Heck Lebron knows it…eight years in the league and he doesn’t even have one! What McDonald’s should’ve said was the odds of Lebron winning one championship…but then the game still would’ve seem too hard.

At least they didn’t show the part where Lebron got schooled in the ball pit…good thing Nike had his back with that.

Anyways here’s the commercial…

Well the good thing is at least Lebron won something this year…can’t beat McDonald’s fries.

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It Was AMAZING. Don’t Worry Ocho I Have Your Back!

Tedy Bruschi; CHILD PLEASE!

“Just waking up after a late arrival,I’ve never seen a machine operate like that n person,to see video game numbers put up n person was WOW,” Ochocinco tweeted when he woke up talking about his new quarterback Tom Brady. Brady threw for 517 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in 38-24 win on Monday Night over the Miami Dolphins. As for Ochocinco he only caught one ball for 14 yards.

After the tweet hit the internet ESPN NFL analyst and former New England Patriots linebacker, Tedy Bruschi who respond. “You’re not someone who’s on another team or watching TV,” Bruschi said. “You’re not an analyst. You’re a part of it. They want you to be a part of it. So get with the program because obviously you’re not getting it and you’re tweeting because you’re saying, ‘It’s amazing to see’? It’s amazing to see because you don’t understand it. You still don’t understand it and it’s amazing to you because you can’t get it.

“Wake up! If you’re just waking up now — I don’t know when this was, six minutes ago? — get out your bed and get to the stadium and watch some film if you still think it’s amazing. If you’re in it and you know what you’re doing and you execute out there, you don’t think it’s amazing. You know why? Because it’s what you’re supposed to do.”

Well I don’t know if Bruschi was watching the same game that the rest of the world was watching, but it was amazing. 517 yards and four touchdowns, including a 99 yard touchdown pass to Wes Welker all in one game now THAT”S AMAZING. Throughout all of the years of football, all of the games, all of the players to play quarterback in the NFL, only ten of them threw for 500 yards or more in one game. To top it all off Brady’s game stands in the books as the 5th most passing yards in one game. Now I don’t know about you Tedy Bruschi but that sounds pretty amazing to me.

But hang on Bruschi we’re not done yet; let’s talk about you now. You have no room to talk about Ochocinco “not performing well” or whatever you want to call it, because you don’t have that right. You also don’t have the right to call him a fan, because you know what, YOU”RE THE FAN; he’s the player. So what he had a bad game, it happens. Keep in mind to that this was his first real full game as a Patriot.

Remember in 2008 your last season in the NFL during your the last three games against the Raiders, Cardinals, and Bills you didn’t have ONE tackle, not even an assisted tackle? Remember that? And you spent 14years in that defense and you didn’t have one total tackle in three games! Three games!

Therefore Tedy Bruschi don’t say a word, or a peep, or anything about Ochocinco ever again because you can’t. He’s better than you are and I know that hurts but its okay. Just remember one thing Bruschi you were on his twitter page, looking at his comments; you’re the fan. So WAKE UP and smell the coffee Bruschi because it doesn’t really smell like your flavor.

So like Ochocinco would say it; Tedy Bruschi CHILD PLEASE.

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Cam Newton Silences the Critics and Even Peyton Manning

Oh yeah...he's number one.

In April Cam Newton was taken number one overall by the Carolina Panthers and like everything in life the critics spoke. With comments such as he’s a bad pick, he’s the next JaMarcus Rusell, he won’t be a good quarterback in the NFL, etc. Some criticism even went further to the point that it was really just too far.

“Very disingenuous — has a fake smile, comes off as very scripted and has a selfish, me-first makeup. Always knows where the cameras are and plays to them. Has an enormous ego with a sense of entitlement that continually invites trouble and makes him believe he is above the law — does not command respect from teammates and always will struggle to win a locker room. Only a one-year producer. Lacks accountability, focus and trustworthiness — is not punctual, seeks shortcuts and sets a bad example. Immature and has had issues with authority. Not dependable,” from Evan Silva of NBC’s Pro Football Weekly.

Cam Newton would respond; not with his words…but he would respond on the field. In his first game as an NFL quarterback and as an NFL starter Cam Newton would throw for 422 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception, in a 28-21 loss. Despite losing on the scoreboard in the end this was a win for Newton as he had done something that no quarterback had done before; pass for 400 yards in their rookie debut.

Though that wouldn’t be all, Newton’s record would break the previous record, Peyton Manning’s by 120 yards. (Manning threw for 302 yards).

Now that’s a statement.

Passing a Peyton Manning record and doing it as a rookie, in their first game; that’s pretty special. How could you criticize that? You couldn’t really. Now I’m sure there were some critiques who said it was lucky, it was Arizona, or some sort of nonsense. But in all reality you really couldn’t critique him. I mean he had the best start for an NFL rookie quarterback EVER and he did it on a team that the year before was the worst team in the NFL, now that’s saying something.

So congratulations Cam, quite the critiques, doubters, haters, and all of that nonsense and tell them what time it is; Lights. Cam. Action.

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Maryland’s New Jerseys: A New Trend That is Spreading Around College Football

What do you think of the new look?

Last year the Oregon Ducks and Nike joined up creating a new jersey design for each game last season. This right away created a buzz that the Ducks weren’t used to getting as every Saturday or game day; millions tuned into see the new design for that week.

Little did we know that Oregon’s new trend would carry into the 2011-12 season, but it did and it did with more force as it wasn’t just Oregon doing it, but it was Maryland, Notre Dame, Michigan, and more.

Monday night against the University of Miami, Maryland took the field in their normal jerseys as if it was just another game, they went through their warm-ups and then headed back into the locker room for their pre game talk and pre game change. Yes…that’s right the Terrapins of Maryland University went back into the locker room to CHANGE into their new Under Armour exclusive jerseys.

Meanwhile outside fans had no idea that their Terrapins were inside the locker room changing. Though they would find out soon enough as the smoke poured out of the tunnel and the Terrapins came rolling out onto the field. Oh yeah Juwan Howard they shocked the world.

Running onto the field dressed in their new White, yellow, maroon, red, and black Under Armour jerseys the Terrapins without even taking a snap, became the most talked about team of the 2011-12 NCAA Football season.

And they deserved it; heck any team that comes onto the field and warms up in one set of jerseys and then heads into the locker room, changes and then comes out with new jerseys; now that’s more than a top ten play nominee right there, that’s a standing o.

While this was a marvelous plan by the Maryland University staff some others however disagreed.

Lebron James tweeted “OH GOSH! Maryland uniforms Ewwwwww!”

ESPN writer Pat Forde called them hideous then atrocious.

That’s life; you can’t impress the whole world; just like Lebron couldn’t score more than 11 total points in all of the fourth quarters combined of the 2011 NBA finals…it happens. But life moves on and so does Maryland which brings up the question; this new trend, of creating new jerseys, is it a good thing?

The answer is, yes. It’s giving College Football attention that it hasn’t seen in a while and it’s also giving some of these schools like Maryland attention that it doesn’t usually get. Which is why you’re going to start to see more and more schools starting to do it, and you are.

Look at last year; Oregon stood alone as they were the only team to do it. Now fast forward to this season you have Maryland, Notre Dame, Michigan, Boise State, and Georgia, that are doing it, and who knows maybe even more will join in.

Point is fashion is a big piece in our society today and it shows as it’s even hitting the sports world now more and more with these new types of jersey designs and styles. Maryland however would go onto win that game 32-24 and with doing so, win the best jerseys 2011-12 award as well.

Michigan and Notre Dame’s New Uniforms:

They will release their new jerseys this Saturday Night at the Big House.

Georgia’s New Uniforms:

Georgia's new uniforms.

Nike’s Pro Combat line of New Uniforms:

Nike's new line of uniforms.

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NFL Rookie Quarterbacks: Can They Lead The Way?

Can a rookie lead an NFL team?

Every single year in the month of April the NFL has its annual once a year selection of players known to most as the NFL Draft. With the fresh young talent of college players that are selected in it, few them quarterbacks and even fewer of them starting quarterbacks come week one.

Since being in the Super Bowl Era no rookie quarterback has ever had a winning record in their first season. It’s sometimes hit or miss with these players as the transition from College football to professional football is very hard. Take JaMarcus Russell for instance; a superstar in College but a disaster at the professional level. 7-18 as a starter in the NFL, no wonder he’s out of a job.

Another example is San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith. Selected number one overall in the 2005 NFL draft, Smith was supposed to be the “Golden Boy” that was going to turn a struggling franchise in San Fran around. Instead Smith sank with the franchise giving them five straight years of losing seasons. Though to his defense the season in 2009 San Francisco did go 8-8, but in the end it still marks as a losing season in my book.

Now don’t think that quarterbacks right of College don’t work out because that’s not true either. Take Matt Ryan for instance, drafted third in 2008 by the Atlanta Falcons played all 16 games his rookie season and did just fine. He completed 265 of his 444 passes for 3,440 yards, 16 touch downs, and only 11 interceptions. As for the Falcons they did just fine too, 11-5 made the playoffs, not bad for having a rookie quarterback as a starter.

Another example is Peyton Manning, drafted first in the 1998 NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts Manning started right away as well. In his first season Manning threw for 3,739 yards, 26 touchdowns and 28 interceptions. As for the Colts didn’t they didn’t do so well as they finished 3-13 but it worked out in the long run as they only had one losing season since (2001). Also during that stretch they won a Super Bowl and several Division titles.

So just like everything else in life you have your pros and cons and it’s the same in the NFL with starting a rookie quarterback; sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. So with this season right around the corner and two rookie quarterbacks listed as starters for week one, no one really knows if it will work out. No one really knows if they’ll be the next Peyton and no one really knows if they’ll be the next Russell, the only thing we know is that their starting.

Andy Dalton: Unfortunately for Dalton he’s in a division with two of the most feared defenses in the NFL and with being in the same division as them comes with two games a piece with them equaling for a rookie quarterback=not so well. However the Bengals didn’t really have a choice as to who to start as there old starter “retired” and his back up did as well. Talk about the odds of that…well 100 percent but in reality it’s truly crazy.

So they got stuck with Dalton, but don’t get me wrong he has potential, only problem is he’s in a very tough position in a very tough division. That rhymes and so does grind with time and that’s what it’s going to be a grinding process that over time Dalton will progress into a solid NFL quarterback but not this season. Maybe if they weren’t playing the Ravens and Steelers twice a year then maybe it would be different, but to come right into the NFL and have success is one thing but to do it against two of the top defenses in the NFL four out of the 16 games a year is another thing.
Prediction: Bengals win five games.

Cam Newton: Two time National Champion, Heisman winner, number one draft pick; the chosen one. Only problem is he’s on the un-chosen team; the Carolina Panthers, a team that hasn’t seen a Super Bowl…ever. The closest they got was in 2004 where they lost by a field goal losing 32-29 to the New England Patriots. However the past is the past and now the Panthers have moved on and they’re doing it with rookie quarterback Cam Newton.

Newton who has played mediocre in the pre-season does however show potential of being a very good quarterback in the NFL. He has the size, skill set, and the right piece to do it in wider receiver Steve Smith; though the question is can he do it? Yes, why it may not be this season, it will happen. Newton has shown signs of a great quarterback but then at other times he has shown signs of a rookie and that’s ok because he is just a rookie.
Prediction: Panthers win eight games.

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