Pretty Pictures, Week 3
Pretty Pictures. Because sometimes high definition just isn't enough.
11:20 PM ET. This photo was taken right after Kurt Warner took a 28-yard sack with the Cardinals trailing the Colts 31-10 late in the fourth quarter. Pretty sure this dude is thinking the football get-up was a bad idea.
7:00 PM ET. Andre Caldwell catches the game-winning touchdown against the Steelers. The only team currently worse than Pittsburgh in the AFC North? The Browns.
4:40 PM ET. Because he's Brett Favre, that's why.
4:25 PM ET. Seahawks have the winner in the Titans-Jets Uniform Fail Bowl.
4:00 PM ET. Al Davis flashing a gang sign shortly before the Broncos-Raiders kickoff.
3:22 PM ET. In a cruel twist of irony, Shaun Hill appears to suffer from the same affliction that sidelined Alex Smith's career: small hands.
3:14 PM ET. Because I couldn't in good conscience put up a picture of Kyle Boller, two-TD-tossing Rams quarterback.
2:55 PM ET. Titans vs. Jets: Uniform Fail Bowl.
2:00 PM ET. The Browns trail the Ravens 20-0 at the half, but it might as well be 200-0. Eric Mangini is not very good at his job.
12:45 PM ET. Don't know if you heard, but Michael Vick makes his triumphant return to the NFL today, 1,001 days after his last professional game. He's the Eagles' backup behind Kevin Kolb, which doesn't sound all that triumphant, frankly. Actually head coach Andy Reid plans to work Vick into 20-25 plays against the Chiefs. So it could be worse. He could be Jeff Garcia.
12:20 PM ET. More from Dan Steinberg on Zorn Star. The most disturbing part about this photo? Stefen Djordjevic actually looks taller than Jim Zorn.
11:45 AM ET. If the Redskins lose to the Lions today -- a team that last won an NFL tackle football game back in Week 16 of the 2007 season -- you can pretty much guarantee head coach Jim Zorn will be looking for work after in January, if not sooner. He's clearly unconcerned. (Via DC Sports Bog)
11:30 AM ET. If the Pats drop to 1-2, they can use the same excuse from a week ago: Wes Welker is out. Randy Moss will play, but the fact that he was questionable means that'll we can expect him to half-ass it for most of the day. Upside: Li'l Welker will be on the field. Unfortunately, he's "not 100 percent, not close."
9:30 AM ET. Another week in the NFL, another week the 49ers are without Michael Crabtree. Of course, they're 2-0 and are moving on with there lives while Crabtree, the 10th-overall pick in the April draft, is still looking for -- wait for it -- "Darrius Heyward-Bey money." Apparently, that's worth about $23 million in guarantees. San Francisco is offering somewhere around $16 million.
The two sides are talking, blah blabh blah, but they're still far apart, blah blah blah. And if there isn't a deal in place by November 17, Crabtree can't play a down in the 2009 season. In the meantime, there's more time to hone his skills as a sandwich artist.