After players used week one of the 2011 NFL season to reward the football faithful with NFL records for passing yards, special-team return touchdowns and sacks, week two brings several early season games that could be future playoff, or, perhaps, conference championship previews. With temperatures turning fall-like in the east, fans will likely be treated to great football in near-perfect football weather.
Week one of the NFL season is in the books and there are tons of interesting story lines that will play out over the regular season. Here is a recap of all the action from the first week of the season.
Let this video of a motorcyclist crashing at top speed into a passing truck be a lesson to all drivers: Motorcycles are dangerous, riders should always wear a helmet and Ryan Gosling probably won’t be around to smooth things over when the two drivers meet. Despite the severity of the crash (which shatters the motorcycle in question), its rider miraculously gets up and walks it off.
A man dressed as Gumby made such a horrible attempt at robbing a 7-11 store that the clerk thought it was all a joke. The assailant told the clerk he was being robbed then fumbled inside his costume as if he was going to pull out a gun. He ended up dropping 27 cents on the floor and being told by the man behind the counter “not to waste his time.”
Who says you can’t go home? Not Stifler, his mom, Jim, Finch, Oz, Jim’s dad and the rest of the ‘American Pie’ crew, who are back for ‘American Reunion,’ supposedly the final film in the ‘Pie’ franchise after three theatrical releases and four direct-to-DVD spinoffs.
The film’s first teaser trailer dropped today and it doesn’t reveal much — just a collection of photobooth shots of the gang reunited at their high school reunion. How come the people at our reunions didn’t age this well?
It’s a classic stare-down: cat stares at dog, dog stares at cat and viewer stares at screen wondering what the heck is taking them so long. Come on fellas! Out of your respective corners and let’s get this fight going.
Inventor Bob Balow understands that common folk don’t want a man of his superior genius working on cures for cancer or a way to get ‘Dharma & Greg’ back on television. Sure, those would be nice, but what the people really demand is an easier way to shovel food into their mouth. Bob Balow is a man of the people and those people yearn for the Spaghetti-Pasta-Noodle Fork.
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