Whenever I see a macro of a famous person’s quote with someones tumblr watermark on it
“I told you I knew how to draft.”
Earlier today Josh McDaniels’ #25 pick in the 2010 draft, Tim Tebow, hooked up with his #22 pick, Demaryius Thomas, four times for 144 yards and 2 TDs. Maybe I had Josh McDaniels all wrong.
How does he do this? Like what happened in that pile? He disappeared and then came back, that’s the only explanation I have…
The Real Fake Peter Molyneux
Recently suspended from twitter, the authentic fake Peter Molyneux is back, bringing you the greatest ideas since Fable let you sleep with 8 people at once on a mat inside a tent in the middle of the woods. Follow the amazing game concepts and try to claim you wouldnt play a game where you give birth to an invisible child or hunt the ghosts of your dead friends: twitter@petermolydeux. One more, for good measure:
“Look at our biggest play from our last drive of the Super Bowl. We’re only up by three, and on third and 10, we run Greg Jennings down the middle of the field and connect for a 31-yard gain. If you look at that play on the game film from the end zone, Steelers corner Ike Taylor gets his pinky on the ball and changes the trajectory but not enough to make Greg drop it. If Taylor gets one more knuckle on the ball, everything changes. An inch one way or the other and it might be a totally different outcome in the Super Bowl. Afterward, everybody was like, “How did that happen?” But that’s a play we’ve worked on for years. Years. That’s where all this comes from — to be able to step into that throw, with seven minutes left in the Super Bowl, up by less than a touchdown, knowing it’s third down and you have to make a play. I’ve thrown that ball to Greg, that same exact ball, 100 times in practice. Same exact route. So when I break the huddle, that’s what’s flashing in my mind. I’ve completed this throw in my mind 1,000 times before the ball even leaves my hand.”