Shutdown Corner

  • Tom Brady photoshops himself high-fiving Robert Kraft after Wahlberg diss

    Eric Edholm at Shutdown Corner2 hrs ago

    Tom Brady, social-media All Pro?

    Brady is on a serious roll lately, having posted his post-college résumé and then later trolled Oakland Raiders fans with a Tuck Rule jab.

    But Brady's latest effort, which required some technical know-how, is absolutely priceless.

    You might have noticed Sunday that noted Patriots fan Mark Wahlberg, who was a guest of team owner Robert Kraft, accidentally shafted Kraft on a high-five attempt.

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  • The Mighty Mites-vs.-banner video we all need right now

    Jay Busbee at Shutdown Corner19 hrs ago

    The NFL's current problems are pervasive and persistent, an ugly stain on a much-beloved game. So let's take a moment away from that messiness and enjoy this particular bit of football hilarity.

    Behold the Wallkill (N.Y.) Mighty Mites, a football team made up of devoted, if a touch confused, six- and seven-year-olds. The lads were fired up for their game this weekend, and were going to run through a banner big-time football style, and, well ... you can see the results above. Memo to the mothers: bust-through signs generally aren't made of vinyl, and they're not taped together tightly enough to double as a hammock.

    Best part is how each of the kids piles into the one in front of him, even the ones that in theory have enough time to see what's happening ahead of them. It's a hysterical and ridiculous display, and it's pretty much perfect all the way around.

    Plus, you've got to admit — these kids are still more graceful than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    [Via Deadspin]

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