Shady, Foles Up For ESPYs They Won’t Win

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This year’s ESPYS, the awards ESPN made up so they could throw themselves a party, will be hosted by Drake (who just really, really want to be friends with all of the athletes). Voting is currently open for the awards, and both Nick Foles and LeSean McCoy are up for awards they likely won’t win.

Foles, as you can see above, will more than likely lose out to Richard Sherman in the Best Breakthrough Athlete category, while Shady may actually give the Best NFL Player category a run for its money, before conceding defeat Peyton Manning or Russel Wilson. But get over there and vote, prove me wrong, and bring us everything we deserve: a Nick Foles acceptance speech.

8 Comments

  1. Just a Heads Up

    June 25, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    Yeah and the Sixers won’t get Parker or Wiggins…

    Sixers doomed forever. Get your heads out of your asses anyone trying to be optimistic here.

    Tank another season for an “Evan Turner”.

  2. I hope Shady goes there via bus and leaves a breadcrumb trail of hoes that won’t put out along the highway.

  3. Thurman Munson's Head

    June 25, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    Oh shit, the Nats just released Greg Dobbs. Guess he’ll be in pinstripes by Friday.

  4. at least mccoy is black. no chance they vote for a whiteboy foles. wouldnt be PC enough

  5. The official Levi from Overbrook Park

    June 25, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    I’m voting for Richard Sherman.

    And for the last time stop complaining about me calling both stations,cause I know for a fact you guys do the exact same thing.

  6. Fuck KC in the Ass

    June 25, 2014 at 2:25 pm

    Why the fuck would you not have the links open in another tab. That’s the one fucking thing that Kyle can do right and even you screw that up.

    #FireJim

    • Jim is too worried about saving the Amazonian tribesmen on the verge of losing their land, or some silly thing like that

  7. Hey Kyle, is there a position for editor on this site? Looks like you could use one.

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