Oakland Raiders Marquette King is our favorite punter for many reasons. For one, he likes to practice in a Power Rangers costume from time to time. This time, he’s still punting and he’s in his typical practice gear, but he doesn’t have a football.
Elite Mens Ryan Kerrigan Jersey For Oakland quarterback Derek Carr’s birthday, King punted a damn cake and posted it on Twitter. You can argue that this is a waste of good cake, but sometimes those RTs are as delicious as birthday cake.
If you try this, it can work both ways: You can treat this as a fun way of telling a friend happy birthday. But if you’re mad at them, you can also kick a birthday cake. That way, you can express your frustration while still caring for a good friend. Thank you for innovating the birthday gram game, Marquette.
Elite Mens Patric Hornqvist Jersey Despite sounding like a menu misprint at a dubious Irish eatery, Matt McGloin ate up Houston’s secondary with enough deep shots and timely touchdown tosses to stake Oakland to a surprise road win. Houston also had another problem – Lamarr Houston of the Raiders, who paced the team with a sack and two knockdowns to lead yet another game effort from the Oakland defensive front. More good news for Raider fans – Rashad Jennings’ show over the last couple of weeks may have provided a stark enough example of the Law of Running Back Fungibility to keep the front office from handing out a pricey contract extension to Darren McFadden. Though a McGloin/McFadden backfield would be fun to watch in 2017, if for no other reason than making viewers think they’d stumbled onto a Gaelic football match.
Ben Roethlisberger may or may not have requested a trade, but he certainly hasn’t packed it in. Big Ben torched the Lions’ craptastic corners all day long, and The World’s Unlikeliest Red Zone Hero, Jerricho Cotchery, notched another score on a sweet fake screen pass.