Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Monday Night Football
First time starting a new topic so be nice.
So I am a cable cutter for 5 months now and I wanted to see what Sling TV was all about. Sling TV is an internet based live TV option which includes ESPN and ESPN2 and about a dozen other channels including broadcast for $20/month. It turns out that Monday Night Football is indeed blacked out from Sling TV and I was redirected to World Series of Poker.
So I am not surprised about this, but I see it as another data point in how ESPN and cable companies are dealing with cord cutters. It also provides an interesting perspective on how far that $20/mo actually goes. And the NFL sucks.
Well, I know that everyone wants to talk about the PSU situation, but I am frankly sick of even thinking about that. Let's take our minds off of such a sad thing and watch two fairly good pro teams play. Teams trading turnovers in the last two minutes of the first half here. Chicago threatening in the red zone with about 50 seconds to go. Tied up 10-10. Go Eagles.
Also, they spotlighted BG earlier and he proceeded to destroy the right tackle. Beast mode.
Game's being played in a Big Ten stadium in a snowstorm on turf thats allegedly frozen stiff.
Brett Favre is starting! Adrian Peterson is out.
8:30 ET/5:30 PT Kickoff on ESPN. All the Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski, and Mike Tirico you can handle. And then some.
Take a break from deciding our next coach. Enjoy a Monday Night Football game. Alan Branch is starting tonight. I would love to see him give Troy Smith a sack sandwhich a couple times.
is tearing up the field- two TD's on long runs- punt and kick off returns
As I was watching the MNF game, Ronnie Brown kept doing this same celebration after he scored his two touchdowns. For anyone who saw it, can you please explain to me what he was doing? I couldn't figure it out if it was suppose to be a dolphin dance or what?