Top 10 Sports Questions and Thoughts of the Week December 23rd Edition

Published: Dec 23, 2013 10:49am EST
By shaunmerritt, Entertainment/Sports Writer for Konsume Sports

Please Note: This article was updated Dec 23, 2013 @ 10:49am EST

 

Top 10 Sports Questions and Thoughts of the Week

For the week of Christmas 2013!

 

10) Has anybody else lost count of the “rarely called” penalties that the refs have called this year? 

9) Are we witnessing the end of Kobe Bryant as an elite player due to his latest injury? Knee and foot injuries do not bold well for NBA players. 

8) Peyton Manning is easily one the greatest quarterbacks ever, but if he retires with only one Super Bowl ring, it will keep him from being crowned the best. 

7) The new Charlotte Hornets logo... awesome, NBA jerseys with sleeves… not so much.

6) Life is good if you’re a NFL backup QB and want to play this season. 

5) After spending so much time debating all year who should be raked among the top 25 in college football, I’ve got nothing left for the 35 bowl games. Seriously, do 6-6 teams really need a bowl game?

4) Well, Justin Tucker missed a field goal. That’s what happens when make him attempt field goals under 60 yards.

3) Is there a team in MLB having a better offseason than the Texas Rangers?

2) For number 1, I was going to say "Merry Christmas and have a safe and wonderful New Year," but…

1) There was a dog-riding monkey chasing a flock of rams at a NFL game this weekend. 

 

How can that not be number 1?


 

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