Your Monday Morning Roundup

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The roundup:

Trash fire? But the Eagles won.

The New York Post was so psyched to have Jason Pierre-Paul back:


Ya boi D-Jacc is out there owning up for his mistakes. Nah, just kidding, he’s blaming everyone else:

Aaron, please don’t throw the Surface Pro tablet. Windows is paying a lot of money for us to talk about how great these are:

There’s no way this works more than 10% of the time in practice:

When it comes to Greg Hardy on the Cowboys, Chip Kelly said it has nothing to do with #culture and building a team and it goes way beyond #culture. #Culture.

Sam Bradford can’t say enough about Jordan Matthews, now that he’s catching the ball:

“It’s huge. You can’t say enough about Jordan. The way he worked this week in practice, I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anyone work as hard as he did and it paid off tonight. I mean, that last play … man, you just can’t say enough about the route and the finish afterwards. I couldn’t be happier for him.”

That horrible feeling you had in the fourth quarter? Lane Johnson knows it:

“It was a roller coaster. The last few minutes, the pass interference calls [on Byron Maxwell] that some people thought were questionable and I’m on the sideline just wanting to puke.”

In Bleeding Green Nation’s winners and losers of the week, they could have just dropped in Jordan Hicks’ name five times in the first part. If he’s not becoming your new favorite Eagle, something is wrong with you.

You want to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a Temple Football game? Better pony up.

Rumblr, an app being marketed as “Tinder for fighting,” is getting a beta launch. So, in the end, maybe total idiots can find each other and stop fighting people who aren’t on board with it.

ESPN’s man in charge says the decision to shutdown Grantland wasn’t a financial one. Okay.

“In the weighing of a decision like this, you look at the resources, the time, the energy necessary to do this well and balance that with the things you get from it. This was never a financial matter for us. The benefits were having a halo brand and being Bill Simmons related.”

Matt Klentak is down at the GM Meetings in Florida today, and he said the groundwork for off-season moves will be laid there. I just hope the other GMs don’t haze him too bad, and he has time to write letters home from camp.

The Phils were in the bidding for Byung Ho-Park, a 50 HR hitting first baseman in the Korean league, but it’s unsure of if they won (or how competitive they were).

Dan Quinn was down four with under three minutes left and on his opponents 1-yard line. He elected to kick a field goal. For all of the complaining we do about coaching, it’s never been that bad.

Nerlens Noel’s flagrant 2 foul and ejection cost him all of $2,000.00 in a fine.


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