NFL jokes are back for another year.
A much-needed update.
Adam Schefter reported that Colin Kaepernick wants to play for the Browns, further proving that the NFL has to do something about concussions. ESPN predicts that Johnny will sit for a while. I don’t think he’ll be sitting. He’ll be dancing awkwardly with a champagne bottle.
Peyton, Cam, granola bars, and more. Check it out, mate. *** Costaki Economopoulos has been living the dream as a full-time standup comedian for 20 years. You should follow him on Twitter.
Niners legend Joe Montana flipped the coin. It’s the first time in two years a decent Niners quarterback appeared at a home game. I feel so bad for all the rich kids with front-row Super Bowl seats who went home without a ball from Cam Newton. What a travesty.
I just flew back from San Francisco, home of Super Bowl 50. And boy, are my arms tired! (From writing that great joke.) I loved it. As a lifelong fan of the NFL, I was like a kid in a candy store. For two weeks, the city was the capital of the football world.
Peyton told Belichick this might be his “last rodeo.” I like the idea of a clown coming in to help Peyton get off of the field. A rodeo is a good metaphor. He’s been a Colt and a Bronco. And his last Super Bowl was over in eight seconds.
I’m so happy for Peyton Manning. He played so well, Al Jazeera is launching a full investigation. Tom Brady fared worse in the pocket than a Hershey’s bar.
The Steelers receivers were so hard to find, Sean Penn is going to interview them. In an election cycle that features a Clinton and a Bush, of course the AFC Championship features a Manning and a Brady.
It was such a tough loss for the Vikings, Walter Mondale called to console them. The kick was so far left, it endorsed Bernie Sanders for president.