Unexpected (and expected) for Week 12: Bald is beautiful

We are just in Week 12 and people are already starting to jump ship. And that’s just Fireman Ed, who is leaving his role as the face of Jets’ fandom. Or as I like to call it, “the story I’m the least interested in.”

Seriously, this has become a thing?

Enough of this nonsense, let’s get to the Unexpected (and expected) from Week 12.

Where is that timer?

Oh, do you mean you shouldn’t start watering your lawn on Sunday afternoon?

This week in Jay Cutler news

You know what, maybe we give Jay Cutler too tough of a time around these parts. He’s not such a bad guy. Here, he ties the shoe of one of the linemen who typically fails to protect him.

But then he goes out and redeems himself as one of the top heels in the NFL by doing something like this.

Well played, Cutler. Well played.

Off the ropes

Darren Sproles flipped Aldon Smith here. But as impresive as Sproles was here, how come Smith failed to sell it? Who does he think he is, The Undertaker? He needs to take some lessons from Dolph Ziggler.

Game of the Day

The Ravens and the Chargers clearly had the game of the day. And there is no doubt, this might be your leader in the clubhouse for play of the year.

Some might say you can’t blame Norv Turner for this lack of tackling on Sunday. But those people probably don’t have Twitter, because #firenorv immediately started to trend after the Chargers lost in heart-breaking fashion.

This is clearly a play which will live in infamy. Or at least in a nursery rhyme as Ray Rice demonstrates here.

And finally

This is easily the coolest thing to happen on Sunday afternoon.

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