Welcome back, gang! I hope everyone’s excited for the big game this weekend. Yep, that’s right, it’s Ray Lewis’ last game as a pro.* You know, as much as I want to dislike that guy, it’s tough to not respect his drive for the game – sure, he may be a complete drama queen, but that dude sure knows how to motivate/intimidate a group of people. I mean seriously, you try telling that dude he wasn’t supposed to use that deer antler spray. That all being said (and the fact that they’ll probably have to deal with another season of him if they lose this game), I think the Ravens will find a way to pull this one out for Ray Ray and send him off into the sunset of retirement that is otherwise known as "ESPN analyist."
31-27 Baltimore. *well, probably
Muddled within all of this Super Bowl calamity the past couple weeks, the Lonely Island released a new music video. And yes, it does have that Maroon 5 guy in it!
With it being the last week of the NFL for this season, I think it would only be proper for me to try and ease you guys into the next greatest sport on television: NBA basketball. And what better way to ease into hard-on basketball season than by watching quite possibly one of the saddest videos you’ll see come out of the NBA all season:
It’s hard not to feel bad for that dude; not only does his favorite player get traded before game time, but he has to live in Detroit, all the while!
From some sad basketball in Detroit, to some Globetrotter-esque basketball going on in Russia:
This next video goes out to all the hot college girls that think they’re “all good at school and stuff:”
Yeah! Keep the wimmen-folk out of comic con!
Aaaaaaaaaand, finally, the video everyone’s been waiting for: a cute dog doing something interesting:
Alright gang, that’s going to do it for this week. I hope everyone enjoys the game this week – and remember: with all the good commercials getting posted online before and/or immediately after the game, Super Bowl commercial-time is for bathroom breaks again!
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