Daily Rewind

We hope you’ve digested your Thanksgiving leftovers.  We’ve had a feast of content over the past week. From Ray Rice‘s rhyming to Peyton Manning’s autograph session, we’ve got some tasty features for you to chew on from Week 12.  Enjoy!


Photo Essay Week 12: Curse, Coincidence or Superstition  – Many sports fans are inclined to believe that team losses can be traced back to a curse or superstition. So who said or did something to ruin their team’s chance at a win in Week 12?

Rookie Bucket List – Did RG3 check a another goal from his list?

Photo Essay – Sideline Commentary – Several quarterbacks who began the season as their team’s starter were forced to watch from the sidelines in Week 12 as they were replaced for either performance issues or injuries.

Pick Six – Adam Rank on the most soul-crushing losses of the 2012 season

Expected, Unexpected  – Week 12: Bald is Beautiful

Sidelines Blog – J.J. Watt and others take initiative A.C. Slater, CM Punk, and M. Night Shyamalan.  Famous figures known by their mysterious initials.  The NFL has had a plethora of players known by singular letters from Y.A. Tittle to T. J. Houshmandzadeh.


Rhyme Time – After Ray Rice dubbed his now infamous 4th-and-29-play “Hey Diddle Diddle Ray Rice Up The Middle,” we thought it’d be fun to parody some other iconic nursery rhymes to tell the best stories of Week 12.

Alternative Rankings – Are the Eagles the NFL’s worst?

The Season – Arian Foster: Hometown Hero

Peyton Manning Autographs – Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles was caught on camera asking Peyton Manning for an autograph sparking an internet outrage across the country. What’s the big deal? We were able to obtain some other autographs Manning has signed this week.

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