Monday, September 10, 2007
(Usually) Everyday I'll throw out a photo from the AP or one of the bigger sites and you provide the caption. Hilarity ensues. I'm also adding a handful of links at the bottom of the page that you should check out each day.
"Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, big fella, God's telling me the reporters only want to talk to winners. Back to your side of the field."- Anon
"A bet's a bet. We won...now I get to rub your sternum."- Marty (That one just made me giggle.)
"Hey there Stephen A., it's nice to see you found a healthy way to deal with your aggression problems."- Jon
Great pull....he does look a lot like our friend SAS.
Are you funny enough to make a caption for this photo of the Browns' Brady Quinn working the sideline?
Keith Olbermann Has Officially Lost All Credibility With Me (Inside Cable)
The Ombudsman On Vick (ESPN Ombudsman)
Scott Van Pelt Talks To A Blog Named After Him (Scott Van Pelt Style)
You're Cut Jeremy Bloom.....Waiiiiiit, We Didn't Mean It! (Philadelphia Weekly)
Handing Out Some College Football Hardware (College Game Balls)
The Orioles Have An Official Trumpter? I Had No Idea. (Red Sox Monster)
This Autograph Might Be A Bit Too Easy To Forge (Pop Jocks)
Analyzing Playoff Closers (Vegas Watch)
What Did We Learn In Week One? (Hawg Sports)
The Women's World Cup Is Starting! (The Beautiful Game)
College Football Meets Mike Tyson's Punchout (Cake Rocks The Party)
Stevie Nash Shows Up At An ASU Game (AZ Sports Hub)
Cowherd Takes Over For Simmons' Monday Night Surround Game (Simon On Sports)
Just a reminder that I'll be live-blogging both Monday Nighters tonight. Which one of you is man or woman enough to stay with me the whole night?!?!?! I'm putting the challenge out there right now.
Also, Neil Best is back from Vacation and is trying to break his previous record of posts in a day (25!). I told him that some of you would head over there and heckle him because he's making the rest of us look bad. Just kidding, check out some of the stuff he has today there are some nuggets within those millions of posts!
Watchdog (Neil Best: Newsday)