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Athletes Doing Good: Texans WR Andre Johnson Takes Kids On $19K Christmas Spending Spree

By Darius Sinclair™ | 5 Comments

The holiday season is afoot and a lot of celebrities use this period to flex their philanthropic muscles.

Andre Johnson

Your NFL Recap: Week 4

By J. Tinsley | 37 Comments

The New York Jets were the NFL's highest scoring team after Week 1 averaging a robust 48 points a game.

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12.2 The Cooler

By Gotty™ | 23 Comments

Jynx Maze Allen Iverson's eBay Sale [The Urban Daily] Experts React To OnSmash, RapGodfathers Seizure [RapFix] Jim Jones, Miss Info, Lil' B & More Fire Back On Federal OnSmash Shutdown [Vibe] The High Financial Cost of HIV/AIDS in the Black Community [Black Voices] [...].

Andre Johnson

11.30 The Cooler

By Gotty™ | 13 Comments

Danika Joy $25K Fine Each, No Suspensions For Texans' Johnson, Titans' Finnegan [PFT] Nipsey Hussle Debut Postponed Indefinitely [RR] Women Charged With "Illegal Buttocks Injections With Bathtub Caulk" [Warming Glow] Five Ways The Miami Heat Can Salvage Their Season [The Urban Daily] In Commemoration of [...].

Andre Johnson

Your NFL Recap: Week 12

By TSSCrew | 43 Comments

With the holiday cheer infecting everyone, it’s time to forgive past wrongs and make honest assessments of our own mistakes. In that spirit, I apologize profusely to the Chicago Bears and Jay Cutler for the amount of sh*t I've thrown at them in these pages. I was highly dubious of their chances of success this season, but based on yesterday’s whooping of the Eagles, the Bears have emerged as one of the favorites in the NFC. While the reborn Bears defense had been carrying the load in games passed, this W was tied to the arm of Chicago’s franchise QB and maligned offensive guru Mike Martz. A combination of perfectly timed catch and run crossing routes by speedsters Johnny Knox and Devin Hester had the Eagles defense running scared. The Eagles and Michael Vick made things interesting, rallying for three late scores, but curious game management by Andy Reid for the approximately 127th time left the Eagles with too much room to make up in too little time. Consider this critic silenced. The Bears slipped into second place in the conference and first in the division thanks to Atlanta’s last second victory over Green Bay in the marquee matchup of Sunday. Tied at 10, a ballsy 4th and goal call by Mike Smith put the Dirty Birds up a touchdown late in the 4th. What followed was typical Green Bay: a brilliant spread no-huddle 4th quarter drive by Aaron Rodgers capped by an absolutely sensational pass on 4th and goal to tie the game with one minute left. Unfortunately, the next minute was also typical Green Bay: a boneheaded special teams penalty giving Matty Ice and the Falcons the ball at mid-field. A few quick passes later and kicker Matt Bryant was in position to give Atlanta another home victory and clear control of their destiny in the NFC. Sick of the mediocre play of their teams, the Titans and Texans decided to make a forary into boxing, featuring a heavyweight battle between Andre Johnson and Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan. Finnegan’s always been known for his feisty competitiveness, which is a polite way of saying he’s a dirty player. On this afternoon, he either said something nasty to Johnson to provoke him, or he was just tired of watching Rusty Smith sink the Titans playoff hopes. The brawl ended with both players ejected and Johnson scoring a judges victory.  Quick Hits -- The Bills continue to experiment in the most heartbreaking ways to lose games in overtime, this time against a lethargic Pittsburgh team. Steve Johnson played the chump this time, dropping a wide open pass most third-graders could pull down at recess. Rather than take the blame for his admitted mistake, Johnson turned his anger towards the real culprit, God...via Twitter.

Adrian Peterson

Your Week 14 NFL Recap

By TSSCrew | 9 Comments

It’s that time of year again.

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