8:21pm – Motley Crue appear in a car commercial, apparently from a company that never Wikipedia’d singer Vince Neil to see if he had any vehicular manslaughter charges in his past. Here’s another tip, Madison Avenue. Don’t hire Tommy Lee to do spots for your swimming pools, either.
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According to a New York Post article, Yankees shortstop and all-around famous person Derek Jeter has broken up with similarly famous person Minka Kelly, and is picking himself up by having sex with normal, non-famous people again. However, his celebrity status has caused a bit of a snag in the separation. The Post is reporting […]
AFC East New England (14-2) – With the addition of Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth, Bill Belichick has officially gone from “acquiring talent” to “dumpster diving.” New York (13-3) – The Jets signed Plaxico Burress in the offseason, which is good news for Jets fans. Statistically speaking, Burress is much more likely to shoot someone […]
NFC East Philadelphia (12-4) – The Eagles look to improve offensively this year by calling that play more often where DeSean Jackson scores a touchdown from eighty yards away, and will rely less on the play where he drops an open pass right in his hands. Dallas (8-8) – Last year, the Cowboys defense set […]
I love football. If you’re not a sports fan, please don’t stop reading. This isn’t a sports blog, I promise you. I am a lifelong football fan, and I learned to count by adding football scores. It’s a family tradition for the Kerrs. Two years ago, I made the move to DirectTV because they gave […]
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The 2011 NFL Draft begins, as Commissioner Goodell welcomes everyone. The football crowd responds by booing him so loudly, it sounds like a Charlie Sheen show.
I’ve had a very accidentally athletic month. To start with, I ran a 40-yard dash for charity and not only covered it in 5.55, but also raised a lot of money and food for The East Texas Food Bank. The next weekend, I walked a mile while wearing women’s high heels, also for charity. After […]
Super Bowl XLV: The Freeze and The Cheese Tuesday – An unseasonal ice storm hits Dallas, as in response to Jerry Jones doing a great job of setting up Super Bowl XLV, Hell freezes over. Sunday, 5:23 – Christina Aguilera sings the national anthem. Apparently she doesn’t know what a “rampart” is, so she just […]
This week, I am at the Super Bowl in Arlington, Texas. And very very cold. — Reid Kerr isn’t much of a sports guy, for a sports guy. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post
In my long career in the media, it’s been my pleasure to know thousands of high school, junior college, and college athletes who were pursuing their dreams of making it to the highest level. These student-athletes have inspired their fans with their dedication and resolve to be the best they can be. If I may, […]
Tiger Woods is leading a golf tournament called “The Barclays”. Why do we still have a golf tournament named for a product that nobody buys? Barclay is probably something like the fourteenth best seller for RJ Reynolds, does Lark or Viceroy still have a major endorsement somewhere? That’s like Frito-Lay shelling out big bucks to […]