Posts tagged "Pittsburgh Steelers"

‘I’m About to Get Butt Raped, Aren’t I?’

Last night, the Pittsburgh Steelers essentially cornered the drunk New York Jets in a club restroom and sort of “blacked out” for a minute. And while the championship game had numerous highlights, including Mark Sanchez wiping a booger on his teammate, nothing stood out more than Rashard Mendenhall celebrating the Steelers’ victory by essentially ambushing…

The Superficial / January 24, 2011

Haloti Ngata Broke Roethlisberger’s Face

One of my readers who loves taking pictures of his/her television – And who doesn’t, really? – sent in this shot of Ben Roethlisberger after having his nose rearranged by Haloti Ngata of the Baltimore Ravens during yesterday’s game. Granted, the blow itself wasn’t as epic as Richard Seymour’s sucker punch from two weeks ago,…

The Superficial / December 6, 2010

Steve Johnson: ‘This How You Do Me, God?’

After missing a game-winning touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday, Steve Johnson, who’s apparently the Kanye West of NFL Tweets, took to Twitter last night where he actually cursed God for not helping him win a football game:
I PRAISE YOU 24/7!!!!!! AND THIS HOW YOU DO ME!!!!! YOU EXPECT ME TO LEARN FROM THIS???

The Superficial / November 29, 2010

Ben Roethlisberger Got Punched

A bunch of you sent this one in, so here’s Ben Roethlisberger getting sucker-punched by Richard Seymour of the Raiders after the Steelers scored a touchdown during Sunday’s game. Seymour, who was ejected after the hit, has since been fined $25,000, but claims he’s not sure what happened. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports:
“It was a…

The Superficial / November 22, 2010

RAPISTBERGER.

(WARNING: What’s about to happen here is tantamount to walking into a cathedral and urinating in the holy water. In fact, it might even be worse than that considering if one was forced to choose the most dominant and pervasive religion in America, it’d literally come down to a coin toss between Christianity and the

The Superficial / October 17, 2010