NFL Football

For the love of football and grammar.

Have you ever wondered which NFL team fanbase has the best or worst grasp of grammar? Me neither. But if you did . . . well, wonder no more!

I just happened to stumble across this fascinating article in the WSJ about the grammar skills of the fanbase of all 32 NFL teams.

“[Grammarly] reviewed 150 reader comments that were at least 50 words long from the news section of each NFL team website (12,728 total words, on average, per team).”

To find out where your team’s fanbase ranks, see the image below.


Humor, News and Commentary, NFL Football, Television

Secret revealed: How to magically turn a plain t-shirt into a brand name t-shirt

Thanks to the National Football League, now you too can turn any old t-shirt into a brand name t-shirt with this simple trick.

Just before Robert Griffin (quarterback for the Washington Redskins) was about to give a press conference, officials from the NFL told him he could not wear his t-shirt because (the “official” reason) it was not a Nike t-shirt. Their solution to the dilemma? Turn the shirt inside out and whamo! It’s now a Nike t-shirt.

It couldn’t possibly have anything to do with what was written on the shirt, could it? Certainly not. With all the issues of violence and arrests that are currently plaguing the NFL, they surely have better things to concern themselves with, right?