Good Morning: Peyton Manning Tells Haters To Shove It

Peyton Manning threw for 397 yards and four scores in Denver's 51-28 win over Tennessee. He had this to say to critics who claim he can't perform in the cold, "Whoever wrote that narrative can shove that where the sun don't shine." Also of note: During the first half, kicker Matt Prater set a NFL record with a 64-yard field goal.


Tom Brady threw two touchdowns in the final 61 seconds to guide New England to a victory over Cleveland after the Patriots got some inexplicable luck from bouncing footballs and the referee, but lost Rob Gronkowski to what looked like an ACL injury.


LeSean McCoy ran for a franchise record 217 yards in the snow as the Eagles dusted the Lions.


The San Francisco 49ers kicked a field goal with 21 seconds left for a 19-17 win over the Seahawks, denying Seattle a NFC West title for the time being.


After a tough road loss to the Seahawks last week, the New Orleans Saints hammered Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers at home, ending Carolina's winning streak in the process.


John Abraham moved to ninth on the all-time sack list, passing Lawrence Taylor with three sacks against the Rams.


This is why the Redskins can't have nice things, like Mike Shanahan, who is trying to get the hell out of dodge.


Zach Johnson dunked a shot into the water, then chipped in from 58 yards and went on to defeat Tiger Woods in a playoff in Tiger's own charity event. Cold.


In what was a fairly obvious conclusion following Championship Weekend in college football, Auburn and FSU will meet in the BCS title game. 


Rudy Gay's gargantuan contract was moved once again as the Toronto Raptors shipped him to Sacramento from a bunch of expiring contracts in a seven-player deal.


The Knicks lost by 41 points at home to the Celtics. Yikes.


Doc Rivers called the Clippers out for pouting during losses.


Kobe's back! But he only managed nine points in a L to the Raptors. On a related note, Steve Nash is still unsure when he will be able to play.


Russ was on point last night against the Pacers, but KD stole the show with 36 points in a 118-94 win.


Here are the top ten dunks of last week.




A memorial for Paul Walker drew thousands of friends, family and fans in California.


Jay Z leads the way for Grammy noms with nine.


Casey Veggies kicked a freestyle with the LA Leakers.


Earl and Tyler performed "Garbage" at Spike TV's video game awards.




Apparently there's low morale at the NSA these days. Do me a favor and kick rocks.


Wild snowstorms hit the Northeast that could wreak havoc on Monday morning.


Eight tech giants banded together to change the NSA's spying.




There are 22,000 homeless children in NYC. The New York Times described what it's like to be one.




Lupe Fiasco dropped some old-school visuals for his track with Ed Sheeran.