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Graphical representation of what we eat on Super Bowl Sunday, measured in BJ Raji’s

BJ Raji Super Bowl Food

We all know that Super Bowl Sunday is the Black Friday of the pizza and chicken wing industry. Now we can understand the enormity of our consumption in “BJ Raji” units, which in 2015 was the equivalent of nearly 337 pounds.

 

BJ Raji Super Bowl Sunday Food

Hauschka questions play-calling: “we should’ve kicked it”

“Look, all I’m saying is I had the 5th most field goals of any kicker this year. Fifth! That’s big money, baby. And in the playoffs, I kick a two!! Why isn’t the media discussing field-goal-gate?!?”

Hauschka has been notably upset throughout this year’s postseason, due in part to the Seahawks reluctance to kick. “Me and Matt Prater had the same amount of field goals,” Steven huffed, “and he actually told me he was drunk in the one and only game he played. How does he get more action than the me. They don’t call me Steven Bringin’ Down the Hauschka for nothin!”

Understandably, Marshawn Lynch, deflategate and a litany of other distractions have drawn the focus away from the Middlebury College standout. Hopefully next year, after Steven leads the Seahawks 3rd straight Super Bowl, we won’t overlook this champion.

Win or lose, Marshawn Lynch pumped to give podium speech after Super Bowl

This weekend’s Super Bowl is expected to be a good one, especially if you enjoy charismatic and intellectual thought leaders like Marshawn Lynch or President Obama. Lynch is prepared, win or lose, to deliver the post-game podium speech after the game, and we can only expect it to be as if JK Rowling had a baby with Hemingway and then that baby rapped Shakespearean prose over a Jay Z beat.

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Lynch has carefully crafted his persona in the NFL, declining interviews and accumulating more than $130,000 in media-related fines. Tack on the crotch grabbing salute, and we’re looking at one of the most colorful personalities in sports – and that’s even before recognizing the Skittles infatuation.

Expect a monster game from Beast Mode, who told us in a rare interview his strategy for the game: “I’m gonna run at Tom. I really don’t think he can tackle me 1 on 1.”