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NFL’s Funniest Memes To Get You In The Football Mood

Let’s take a look at some of the funniest NFL memes to get you ready for the upcoming season.



The NFL is back and we couldn’t be more excited.  Its the 2017 season and the New England Patriots are the reigning SuperBowl Champs but so far they look terrible and the Jacksonville Jaguars look amazing… What has come of the NFL?  Let’s take a look at some of the funniest NFL memes to get you ready for the upcoming season.  Breakout the wings and brews, invite over your pals, it’s football season!


Adrian Peterson and The Saints are a match made in heaven…

The Raiders really hate the Broncos, so much that this guy had to relieve himself all over the team headquarters…

HAHAHA, Jay Cutler is a human dumpster fire and will personally drag the Dolphins down to the ground…

The Washington football team is terrible… and the upper management is screwing the team and their fans out of any chance of being good.


Cheaters never win, unless they are the Patriots, they always win and always cheat…


The Dolphins made a mistake… and Cutler will throw at least 25 mistakes (INTs)


HAHAHA, the Bengals can’t even score a TD this season, so how are they going to win a playoff game?

Dalvin Cook made AP look like the kid about to be hit with the switch… How does that feel?

Run Watson, Run!


Classic Refs, a bunch of part-time refs, that’s a great idea NFL…

Seriously, that game was so freaking boring, no offense and definitely no quarterback play.


Oh Boy, Rex Ryan likes women’s feet, that is a fact and that makes this meme so funny.



HAHAHA, that’s funny because he is a quarterback and plays offense.


Being drafted by the Browns is basically a death sentence to your career. 


Raiders fans are some of the best in the NFL and this meme proves just how fair weather fans the 49ers actually have.


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NFL Owners Approve New Policy Requiring Players To Stand For Anthem

The NFL announced this morning that they will be introducing a new policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem.



The NFL announced this morning that they will be introducing a new policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem. Players will be allowed to wait in the locker room during the anthem if they like. The policy was unanimously agreed upon by all NFL owners.

This has been one of the most talked about topics in the NFL for the last two season ever since former San Fransisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick first kneeled during the anthem in 2016. He did so to publicly protest police brutality, and slowly more and more players began to join him in kneeling. Especially after it became so controversial and many people were angry at Kaepernick for his protest.

With the new policy, the actual team can be fined if one of their players kneels or sits during the anthem. Teams will also be allowed to then fine their players individually. Further specifics, like how much the fines would be, are still unclear at this time. But it’s safe to assume they will be hefty, to say the least.

As part of the announcement, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said, “We want people to be respectful of the national anthem. We want people to stand — that’s all personnel — and make sure they treat this moment in a respectful fashion. That’s something we think we owe. But we were also very sensitive to give players a choice.”

While the policy was unanimously approved by owners, not all owners have publicly been against the kneeling. Specifically, New York Jets owner Christopher Johnson did not want to tell his players not to, as he didn’t want to appear as if he was trying to muzzle them, effectively supporting their right to free speech and right to protest. But one way or another, he was convinced to approve this new policy.

And while many people in the country will not be happy with this new policy, it’s worth noting that earlier this week the NFL also finalized an $89 million platform, partnering with players to help fight for social justice. Regardless, this will still be a hot-button issue for years to come.

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Browns Shock Everyone And Take Baker Mayfield With Number One Pick

In typical Browns fashion, the Cleveland Browns confused everyone by taking trouble-making Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield with the first pick of the NFL Draft yesterday.



In typical Browns fashion, the Cleveland Browns confused everyone by taking trouble-making Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield with the first pick of the NFL Draft yesterday. It’s no surprise that the took a quarterback, but the one they chose was what surprised everyone. Many had Mayfield as their 3rd ranked quarterback and best. And especially given the fact that they had the 4th pick as well, taking Mayfield this early feels like a mistake… for now.

The other big name quarterbacks that went in the first round were Sam Darold from USC who went 3rd to the New York Jets, Josh Allen from Wyoming who went 7th to the Buffalo Bills, and Josh Rosen from UCLA who went 10th to the Arizona Cardinals. It’s no surprise they all went in the first round. But the order in which they went is one that not many had predicted.

But make no mistake, Mayfield had a fantastic career at Oklahoma. He was a three-year starter, and in his most recent, Heisman Trophy-winning season, he led all of college football with a completion percentage of 70.5, threw for 4,627 total yards, and had 43 touchdowns to just 6 interceptions. Those are incredible numbers. And they’re definitely numbers that helped him stand out from the man he is most commonly compared to, the last troubled quarterback drafted by the Browns, Johnny Manziel.

The comparisons to Manziel are somewhat fair, but only when it comes to attitude and off-the-field incidents. Both quarterbacks played the game with a fire and cockiness that most other quarterbacks intentionally avoid. They pissed off opposing players, coaches, and analysts. But they didn’t care. They were going to play the game their way and have fun doing it. It’s the off-the-field troubles that scared many away from Manziel and still has many worried about Mayfield. But he already can’t wait to prove everyone wrong, and neither can Browns GM John Dorsey.

“I have no qualms about this guy whatsoever as a man and as a football player. I think he is a really good person,” Dorsey said in an interview after drafting Mayfield. “This is a guy who has earned everything he has, from high school to college to here. For the Cleveland Browns organization, this was the best available player. The guy knows how to play the game and knows how to win. He really is a neat kid. He’s humble. He really is humble.”

And that’s what it came down to. As much as Mayfield’s troubles worried a lot of teams, the Browns talked to him and listened to him and believed that he was owning his mistakes and growing from them. And now he better get ready to keep growing and to do it fast. Because he’s about to be thrust into a constant onslaught of media coverage and scrutiny as people will continue to pick him apart for years to come. I for one can’t wait to see what happens to this outspoke star. Here’s hoping he doesn’t repeat the mistakes of his predecessor and end up out of the league in just a few years like Johnny Manziel.

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Cowboys Release Dez Bryant

The Dallas Cowboys have officially released wide receiver Dez Bryant after 8 seasons with the team.  



The Dallas Cowboys have officially released wide receiver Dez Bryant after 8 seasons with the team.

Team owner and general manager Jerry Jones release a statement saying, “As an organization, we hold Dez Bryant in the highest regard, and we are grateful for his passion, spirit, and contributions to this team for the past eight years. He will always be a valued member of our family.” The move will save the Cowboys $8 million in salary cap space, which is likely the main reason it was done.

Bryant had a well-documented career in Dallas with plenty of highs and his fair share of lows. Like many high-profile receivers, he was known for his passion, intensity, and, at times, sideline outburst. But his talent and, more importantly, his production on the field is undeniable. For most of his time in Dallas, he was one of the best receivers in the NFL. In case you disagree, let’s take a look at the numbers.

He played in a total of 113 games for the Cowboys. In that time he recorded 513 receptions, 7,459 yards (5th in franchise history) and a franchise-record 73 touchdowns. Those are numbers any team would be happy with. And despite today’s decision, it’s safe to assume that the Cowboys were.

“This was not an easy decision,” Jones added. “It was made based upon doing what we believe is in the best interest of the Dallas Cowboys. We arrived at this crossroad collectively with the input from several voices within the organization. Ultimately we determined it was time to go in a new direction.” And that new direction could be waiting for them in the upcoming NFL Draft.


There are a handful of receivers in the 2018 draft that the Cowboys might now go after, including Maryland’s D.J. Moore, Oklahoma State’s James Washington, and the biggest name of all, Alabama’s Calvin Ridley. Could we see one of them wearing a Cowboys jersey next season? Time will only tell. At least we know that #88 is available.


Bryant will now begin the process of looking for a new team. And while someone will definitely sign him, some teams might not be as excited to sign him as he may like. In the last few seasons, he has missed significant time thanks to a broken foot in 2015 and a tibial plateau fracture in 2016. So there is definitely a risk there. But it’s not far-fetched to think that Bryant still has at least a couple good seasons left in him. And it’s not at all far-fetched to think that no matter who he signs with, he will be going into next season with the biggest chip that his shoulder has ever seen.

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