Good Morning: Tom Brady and Big Papi Come Through In The Clutch

New England Patriots fans are really comfortable with that winning feeling, but left a half-empty stadium when the Pats were down to the Saints with the clock winding down. They missed another classic Brady comeback, as New England scored with only seconds left to win the game 30-27. Rob Ryan's reaction really sums it up.


Apparently Big Papi got the message from Brady from across town. David Ortiz once again did his thing in the playoffs, mashing a grand slam in the eighth inning to lead Boston to a 6-5 victory in the ALCS, tying the series at 1-1 as it moves to Detroit. 


Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos were massive favorites over the Jacksonville Jaguars, and dispatched them easily, 35-19. They did not, however, cover the 27-point spread, because NFL teams never cover large spreads. 


The Kansas City Chiefs set a world noise record at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, possibly helping distract Terrelle Pryor who was sacked ten times.


Adrian Peterson spoke about his son's death after the Vikings loss to Carolina on Sunday.


Houston Texans players hit back at fans for cheering when QB Matt Schaub went down with an ankle injury during their 38-13 loss to the Rams. "It's disgusting," said LT Duane Brown.


The Dodgers may have some more weapons as they face an 0-2 series hole to the St. Louis Cards, as Hanley Ramirez and Andre Ethier are game-time decisions for Monday 's Game 3.


Carmelo Anthony says he took a huge risk in not getting surgery on his shoulder. He would have missed 5-6 months if he opted for surgery, but chose to fight through it and rehab the muscle instead. Time will tell if that was a good move.


Kobe says if the NBA Playoffs started today, he'd play.


Corey Maggette says he'll retire if he doesn't make the San Antonio Spurs' roster.


Hines Ward completed an Ironman.


If you're drinking sports supplement drinks, you're probably downing a dash of Meth, too.




Kendrick Lamar did an interview in the build up for the Grammys. The full set of videos are right here.


Lloyd Banks drops a diamond with Raekwon.





Congress is still having the same debate it's been having since 2010.


Iran will propose a peaceful nuclear treaty between them and the rest of the world. Iran wants to prove its nuclear facilities are simply for energy and seeks to gain the world's trust in the hopes that severe trade sanctions will be lifted.


Bombs in Iraq killed 34 people as ethnic cleansing in the region continues.


The polarizing Senate race in New Jersey is a preview of what's to come in 2014. Seriously, it's going to be an ideological mess. 




Lupe Fiasco releases a cut from his upcoming album Tetsuo & Youth with Ed Sheenan.

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