Posts Tagged ‘Jim Harbaugh’

Super Bowl: Tom Brady Engineers Spectacular 4th Quarter Cheese Dip

Monday, February 8th, 2016

You Dip, I Dip, We Dip. Brady was “manning” the dip.

SANTA CLARA, CA (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) The theme was Old VS New. With the help of the sensational defense, the Denver Broncos defeated the upstart Carolina Panthers 24-10, setting up a retirement for the ages for Peyton Manning. Meanwhile, back in the Boston area, New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady took in the game with family and friends. With the game still on the line at the beginning of the fourth quarter, be it nail biter or blowout — whether there’s a palpable malaise or edge of seat frenzy — Brady was prepared to spring into action.

“I fired up a brimming bowl of piping hot cheese dip and fresh corn chips to ignite the viewers into a demented disorder of dipping delight.” Brady chimed.

“Trust me when I tell ya, that was some serious motherfuckin‘ cheese dip!” said tight end Rob Gronkowski. “TB has got it goin‘ on with that glorious melted pastiche of Wisconsin cheddar, Époisses de Bourgogne, and Caprino della Valbrevenna with a hint of Bolivian chilies.” (more…)


SUPER BOWL UPDATE: Manhunt for Missing Superdome Electrician Continues

Monday, February 4th, 2013

When In Doubt, Hunt. The massive search is still on for Lamar Landmesser.

NEW ORLEANS (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) The nail biting 4th quarter of Super Bowl XLVII may have resulted in a 34-31 Baltimore Ravens victory in the first brother vs. brother championship, but that scenario took a back seat to the drama which continues to unfold in the Louisiana swamps.

Under the direction of infuriated NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the league has sprung into action with a massive manhunt. They’re sparing no expense to hunt down and if necessary shoot and kill Lamar Landmesser, the chief electrician at the Superdome.  (more…)


Harbaugh Family Can’t Decide Who’s the Bigger Douchebag

Monday, January 21st, 2013

SUPE-HarbaughWL. The big game featuring Jim (left) and John Harbaugh is a painful reminder to some family members.

NEW ORLEANS (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) It’s two Harbaughs for the price of one. Super Bowl XLVII will feature two brothers coaching head to head for the first time in the NFL Championship’s long history when the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers on February 3, 2013 at the Superdome.

Apparently Jim and John Harbaugh have a reputation of being no-nonsense tough guys and not the warm and fuzziest people on earth.  (more…)