Green Bay’s 337 pound B.J. Raji picked off Caleb Hainey’s pass (that really was thrown right to him) and ran it in for a quick TD to clinch the Packers’ NFC victory. Bonus: brief end zone dance at 0:18.
It’s the final frame of Josh Scanlon’s round at the Team USA bowling trials; he rolls 2 strikes before attempting a third, but things go slightly awry. Too bad the pins he hits don’t count. (Thanks Jon!)
No offense LeBron, but even you didn’t have a chance for the spotlight against this talented Charlotte Bobcats fan, who proved his skills on the dance cam during the Heat game. (Thanks Lisa!)
Does wingsuit basejumping make flying squirrels look boring? The answer may be revealed in this collection of shots from recent flights made by a talented group of enthusiasts. (Thanks IceBone!)
No offense Seattle, but TA didn’t think you had a prayer against the Saints; Marshawn Lynch has proven us wrong, weaving and stiffarming his way to a TD to seal the wildcard deal. (Thanks Bjorn!)
Austin Groff, a player at Twin Valley South High School tosses an incredible backwards desperation shot from half-court just milliseconds before the buzzer buzzes.
Guys who love to get a baseball glove ready by smacking the hell out of it while also bothering their wives should check out Louisville Slugger’s Pro Flare Code 55 stiff leather gloves. (Thanks Albert!)
We’re duly impressed by the puck-shooting accuracy of Washington Capitals’ left winger Alexander Ovechkin, as he takes aim on little Russian stacking dolls from about 15 feet away.
This collection of professional golfers – Thongchai Jaidee, David Horsey, Johan Edfors, and Simon Kahn – is impressive, but can any of them knock a clay pigeon out of the sky with a golf ball?
If you ever wonder what it feels like to fly, this video makes it easier; Mount Superior in Utah is the spectacular setting for an inspired run down the mountain on skis – with parachutes attached.
We’re not sure what got into this runner, but after he misses his first hurdle, he decided that the most direct route between two points is a straight line – right through the rest of the hurdles.
This skier was speeding down a slope when he came across a marker, hitting him where it hurts most. But that’s not funny enough for the Internet. Fortunately the commentator stepped up.