If you knew nothing about how American football worked, and only ever heard the hyperbolic commentary, you might imagine it playing out something like the scenes in Nick Murray Willis‘ hilarious animation.
Kick off football season right with delicious fresh-cooked sausages and brats on Johnsonville’s handy indoor grill. It cooks up to five sausages at once, and cleans up in a snap. It’s perfect for feeding fantasy draft coaches or making gameday meals with no mess.
Using the classic Nintendo game Tecmo Bowl, YouTuber irishkidd84 replicated all of the scoring plays from Super Bowl 51. No matter what resolution you watch the game in, the Patriots’ comeback is just as mindblowing. The only thing missing is a pixelated Lady Gaga.
You may not really care about getting stains on your coffee table, but you still might want to grab a set of coasters so you don’t get yelled at anyhow. These should do the trick, plus they’re cut from the same Horween leather used to make real NFL footballs.
During the recent lopsided battle between the Buckeyes and the Cornhuskers, OSU’s marching band kept us entertained with a fun halftime show featuring a variety of our favorite heroes taking over the turf. It also reminded us how much we miss memorable superhero music.
Denver Broncos player Von Miller debuts as the next Old Spice guy with a duo of commercials which show off his ability to face every challenge head on. The Road sees him literally paving his own path, while Be Harder send him down the field with some added baggage.
Did you know that American football got its name because players did use their feet (and hands) to move the ball forward instead of carrying and passing it? Or that it’s possible to score a single point in the game? All that and more in Mental Floss’ video.