It’s like my grandma always used to say: Better to eat horse waste than punch horse face.

Jonathan Casillas Game Jersey Winning can do weird things to a fan. You’re more extroverted than normal, more likely to embarrass yourself in front of strangers, and sometimes you just need to eat some horse poop.
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Look, I know you’re probably grossed out by this, but this act helps make up for the Eagles fans who have been punching police horses in the face the last couple of weeks. You know all the horses were like These Eagles fans need to eat shit, so this fan took one on the chin for the team.

The weirdest thing about all this is that it’s not even the first time this has happened. When the Cavaliers won the NBA Championship in 2016 a fan ate horse poop there as well:

The Patriots have another Super Bowl comeback on their resume. They handed a heartbreaker to the Seahawks after the 2014 season.
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The Seahawks carried a 24-14 lead into the fourth quarter. Much like they did against the Jaguars, New England added two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take Anthony Barr Jersey a 28-24 lead. The Seahawks had a chance to win it with 26 seconds to go, but they opted to pass the ball instead of letting Marshawn Lynch run it in from the 1-yard line. Malcolm Butler picked it off, letting the Patriots hold on for the win.

Obviously they’re not going to be able to air the game, but you might imagine that the NFL would have a better way to acknowledge the biggest game of the year is happening.

If you are one of the souls who is going to take in the Super Bowl that entire way without knowing that the game’s on NBC, we’re sorry we couldn’t get to you sooner.

Ravens wideout Breshad Perriman, a first-round pick in 2015, could be a potential cut candidate this offseason. But it wouldn’t be a surprise if the Ravens decided to see if Perriman, who missed his rookie season due to a knee injury, improves.

After the Vikings declined his option last offseason, Adrian Peterson had more trouble finding a new team than he thought he would have. He wound up with the Saints, but it was a bad match on both sides. He was then traded to the Cardinals, and though he flashed at times, he still wasn’t the AD we’re used to seeing. He had 448 yards and two touchdowns in six games.

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