Posts Tagged: ookie

baltimore ravens

The Best Moments From Week 5 Sunday

By Christmas Ape | 62 comments

Another Sunday of full of drinking and schadenfreude in the books, with only one more likely blowout left until the end of Week 5.

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clay matthews

Your Week 5 Early Games Open Thread

By Christmas Ape | 712 comments

Clay Matthews got to realize an advertiser's drug-induced fever dream for Zaxby's.

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elisha

Giants-Eagles Live Blog, Second Half

By Christmas Ape | 964 comments

Apologies if you came into this game expecting points, real or fantasy.

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elisha

Giants-Eagles Live Blog, First Half

By Christmas Ape | 1,050 comments

With a bitter division rivalry being renewed, this week various media spent time exhuming the longstanding war of words between LeSean McCoy and Osi Umenyiora.

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danger guerrero

2012 KSK NFL Prekkake: Philadelphia Eagles

By Christmas Ape | 40 comments

The 2011 season arrived in Philadelphia with great fanfare and expectation, as well as one well-circulated boisterous quote from their backup quarterback.

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greatriots

It Is What It Is And That’s Football

By Christmas Ape | 23 comments

Turns out Michael Vick is gonna be okay, at least until the next time he takes the field, following the scare on Monday night after he took a nasty hit to the torso by Patriots linebacker Jermaine Cunningham.

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iggles

Ookie Preseason Injuries Dot Tumblr Dot Com

By Christmas Ape | 26 comments

Since Michael Vick might be done for the remainder of the preseason, if not longer, whenever he comes back, we'll have to set the over/under on how long he'll survive at six snaps.

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Atlanta Falcons

Lemme Yap At ‘Cha – KSK Kontent Klearinghouse

By Christmas Ape | 17 comments

Been a while since we heard from Marty B, so here's him showing off his skills in the arena of mimicking small yappy dogs.

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Arian Foster

ERRMAGERD, TRATTUR – KSK Kontent Klearinghouse

By Christmas Ape | 30 comments

Defensive end Brett Keisel arrived at Steelers camp in an orange tractor that he drove 20 miles along the road, to the surprise of highly Pittsburghish people.

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