WARNING: Adult, work-unsafe language in this video. Fun fact: This is the same rage you see when your left-leaning friends talk about the name "Washington Redskins." Fitting, as that's who the Cowboys lost to.
That's Lamarr Houston of the Bears in their game against the Patriots. The Patriots were so far ahead they brought in their second string quarterback, who Houston reveled in sacking. Then... this happened.
A visibly frustrated Peyton Manning implored the crowd to quiet down during a play late in the game last night, and could be seen mouthing "shut up" after one of his offensive linemen got flagged for a false start. In the post-game press conference, Manning clarified that it wasn't the fans who were getting on his nerves, it was the scoreboard operator who was playing graphics encouraging fans to get up, get loud, and dance.
Getting up, getting loud, and dancing are all well and good, just save it for when the home team's on defense!
When questioned by police, Thompson said that he purchased the "Master Kush" Spice "from a black male for $15" at a downtown park, according to a police report. Thompson reportedly told cops that he did not know Spice was illegal in Florida, claiming that it was "still legal in New Hampshire," his home state.
Thompson, who said that he moved to Florida three weeks prior to his September 10 arrest, was charged with felony drug possession and trespassing, a misdemeanor. He is being held in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $1500 bond.