Hell hath no fury like a Belichick twice upstaged in a Super Bowl:
While the Giants had hoped to ultimately bring back Ballard, the Patriots make the cunning move to claim Ballard on waivers (and likely promptly designate him for the physically unable to perform list should he miss the 2012 season as expected). New England by and large are already set with (the recently re-upped) Rob Gronkowski and backup (and former Urban Meyer weapon) Aaron Hernandez, but keeping a third tight end given their offense makes definite sense. If Ballard can come back healthy, he could be a great fit with his skill set (assuming of course he returns to form). If not? The Pats still trolls New York in the short term. At the end of the day, however, I suspect the Giants will survive just fine with their two Super Bowls.
The Bucks feature prominently with three of the top 15 games for the 2012-2013 basketball season.
Sparty likely needs their only returning "experienced" signal caller in the worst of ways.
For all you know the Big East could be suing you too.
New rules mean Bobek could haunt the Buckeyes in the not too distant future (or you know, not).
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL. Nice problem to have.
Sorry Will Ferrell. That's punishable by catapult.
Verizon might just be the antichrist.
Take us home Pashy Pit: