Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher couldn’t find his challenge flag in the third quarter of a 26-10 loss against the New England Patriots in Week 13.
However, he eventually found the flag and won the challenge. Fisher explained why he couldn’t locate his flag. He explained that it was “hilarious,” via NESN.com.
Johnson, who retired earlier this season after eight games with the Tennessee Titans, continued his tradition of taking children on a huge shopping spree.
At Smith’s annual Christmas event, the children were given $200 Target gift cards while Papa John’s donated a pre-shopping pizza party for the children. Each child also received a gift bag, a Holiday Helpers T-shirt, and items from Target and the Ravens.
A reminder, though: Even if Smith likes to play Santa Claus, he does not want St. Nick coming to his house.
Last year, Smith asked for “a healthy Achilles” for Christmas, and he got his wish. The 37-year-old returned to the field this season and has caught 54 catches for 589 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games.
Both Smith and Johnson are future Hall of Fame wide receivers, but their impact has been felt well beyond the football field.
If not, props to Joe’s sibling. That’s some good younger brother-ing right there.
The Ravens visit the Patriots on Monday Night Football this week. Someone should probably check the walls in Flacco’s hotel room to see if he’s trying to gain an extra advantage.