Shaq ran around covered in feathers and yelled ‘Go Eagles’ after losing a Super Bowl bet

What a time to be alive! The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl 52 on Sunday and former Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O’Neal was forced to dress up as a bird.

Lynch finished his career with 1,058 tackles, 13 sacks, 16 forced fumbles, and 26 interceptions.

Bruce averaged more yards per catch over his career than both Owens and Jerry Rice, both of whom are Hall of Famers now. His 1,024 receptions rank Bruce 13th in league history, but his 15,208 yards are good for fifth. That tells you what a versatile deep threat he was.

McConaughey signs off with just keep livin,’ which is also the name of his foundation. McConaughey creates opportunities for fitness and wellness for high school kids with his charity. The line is also a nod to McConaughey’s classic role as Wooderson in Dazed and Confused.

Why should Cousins choose Denver? The Broncos will sell Peyton Manning’s tenure, as they are the only team in the running for Cousins that once signed a high-profile quarterback in free agency and kept their promise to build a roster around him.

But Wilks and Arizona’s new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy both said the receiver was excited about the fresh coaching regime, and at this year’s Super Bowl in Minneapolis, Fitzgerald sounded positive about the new staff, according to the team’s website.

We’ll be on milestone watch during Fitzgerald’s 2018 season. He won’t catch Jerry Rice for most career receptions (1,549) and receiving yards (22,895), but with 92 catches, he’ll surpass Tony Gonzalez (1,325) for No. 2 in that category, and he needs just 390 more yards to pass Terrell Owens’ 15,934 for second all-time in yardage.

The Patriots rolled with the turnover, primarily because they had the league’s most stable quarterback to hold everything together. The Eagles, despite having the best signal caller in franchise history, weren’t as lucky. Though both teams have changed, Philadelphia’s broken road back to the Super Bowl may have been the path it needed to overcome a New England team that is accustomed to success.
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Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie dances like nobody’s watching in the locker room after beating the Falcons

The Philadelphia Eagles came into Saturday’s Divisional Round against the Falcons as underdogs. They won, 15-10, after the closest finish of the postseason thus far.

However, referees said they were reviewing the previous play, and so that play did not count. The play was then ruled incomplete, and the clock would be reset to 14 seconds as opposed to just five.

After an incomplete pass to Sammy Watkins and a holding that moved them back 10 yards, the Rams decided to play it safe, and took a field goal to go into the half down 13-10.

But it was a weird end to the half, to say the least.

Way back when Ben McAdoo was running this offense, Beckham was indispensable. McAdoo’s offense is iso routes all the time, requiring receivers to win their battles without the help of being schemed open. Beckham was not only capable of winning against double teams, but he required a double on every snap, allowing the rest of the receivers (and they had some awful ones in 2016) to work against single coverage.

What an incredible finish to the Saints-Vikings game! As if dishing out the game-winning touchdown pass wasn’t enough, Vikings quarterback Case Keenum took the moment to bask in the comeback victory.

He got the crowd started with a celebratory skol Vikings chant. And from there, the fans at U.S. Bank Stadium joined him in unison. As soon as he clapped, the fans nearby clapped. Then once they clapped, more and more fans started clapping and chanting until the entire stadium joined in. Just like Keenum, you should also take a second and just get lost in the thunderous festivities.

He’s kinda lucky he didn’t get penalized for it. Last season, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas gave a referee a hug and got called for a penalty.

To be fair, Thomas’ hug was a surprise, and much more aggressive, than Peters’.

Mularkey, 56, took over as the Titans’ interim head coach in the middle of the 2015 season after Ken Whisenhunt was fired, and he had the interim tag removed in January 2016.

Tennessee has seen improvements under Mularkey, who coached the team to a 9-7 record last season, their first winning record since 2011. However, they did not make the playoffs last season.

The Titans barely made it into this season’s playoffs by winning Week 17 against the Jaguars, which secured the team a spot in the postseason for the first time in nine years.patriots_096_4ec9c9e7da293581-180x180