Few words in sports elicit such varying degrees of responses as the simple phrase, “He’s clutch.” Tony Romo? Please, don’t slander the good name of clutch by mentioning him and it in the same sentence. Eli Manning? Come playoff time, he is unstoppable. Michael Jordan? His Airness was the very definition of clutch. LeBron James? Just doesn’t have it.
But despite the fact that nothing that interesting is going on in the sports world, that doesn’t mean there’s any shortage of athletes saying stupid things, most notably Giants running back Brandon Jacobs
It has now been over 24 hours since Super Sunday, so by now you are probably aware that, in between the M.I.A. bird-flip and the sadly sub-par commercials, there was actually a football game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots
The Super Bowl is supposed to be the pinnacle of sporting events. It’s the best of the best–a day for all of us regular folks to pig out on millions of pounds of wings, chips, pizza, pasta, soda and everything else that will ensure we become diabetics by age 40. And much like the…