US Weekly –  NFL player Tim Tebow and former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo have apparently split ‘€” and it’s reportedly due to his virginity vow.   According to the New York Daily News, which first reported the news on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, the reason for the breakup was due to a lack of… well, sex. “He was really into her,” an insider close to Culpo told the paper.   “He was sending her love letters and cute notes and professing his love for her . . . She had to break up with him because she just couldn’t handle it. He still hits her up, but she just can’t deal with the sex thing. He’s pretty adamant about it, I guess.”  

I want to respect Tim Tebow’s beliefs, I really do. But the sad, simple truth is that he handled Olivia Culpo about as well as he handled most NFL pass rushes. By dropping the ball. Sorry, Tim. But the Almighty I worship didn’t create a dangerette like Olivia Culpo to be send love letters and cute notes. She is pure, white hot sexuality. She has needs. And they’re not listening to some monk professing love. And she didn’t win all those pageants and binge-purge all those meals to not have her animal lust satisfied. So if Tebow wants to be celebate, he’s going to either have to go it alone, or do it the way most of us do: By getting married to her.

Anyway, with the lovely Miss Culpo back on the market, here are a few chances for you to see what she’s bringing. All I can say is Tebow must REALLY be tight with his Lord.

A photo posted by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on


A photo posted by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on


A photo posted by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on


A photo posted by Olivia Culpo (@oliviaculpo) on




DraftKings DraftKings has your shot to play for FREE in the $1 Million Fantasy Football Contest THIS SUNDAY! First place takes home $100,000! FOR FREE ENTRY, CLICK HERE.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Patriots special teams ace, Matthew Slater, joined the show after Sunday's loss to the Broncos to talk about coach Belichick's demeanor after the game, looking forward to the playoffs, Chris Harper's muffed punt, and compares Rob Gronkowski to Shaquille O'Neal.

So thankful for everyone’s support this year… Happy Thanksgiving to all! #TurkeyTom

Posted by Tom Brady on Thursday, November 26, 2015


I’m ashamed to admit that I was so much in Thanksgiving mode that I completely missed this. It just goes to prove that even during a busy holiday weekend, you can never take a break from appreciating the important things in life. Family. The outdoors. Good times. Making memories. The best quarterback of all time traumatizing his kids in a giant turkey suit and probably scarring them to the point they’ll go vegan for the rest of their lives. You have to cherish the little moments.


DraftKings DraftKings has your shot to play for FREE in the $1 Million Fantasy Football Contest THIS SUNDAY! First place takes home $100,000! FOR FREE ENTRY, CLICK HERE.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
After losing their season to the Broncos on Sunday night, AND Rob Gronkowski to a knee injury, Bill Belichick was surly and combative towards the assembled media.

[0:00:06] ... There. The Boucher told moon. Totally true willing to implement. Bill Belichick look at a press conference classic by the way wow you didn't see it classic effectively. Cured patriots. Doctor went as. You ...
[0:04:58] ... jobs sure he was testing the balls last night because it other cold temperatures were below what a strike when it's not to say that's where conditions different tech sure he was working to put the ...
[0:06:26] ... patriots and and Josh McDaniels looked at as a you know what. Perfect opportunity just completed a fourteen yard pass to grow the previous play correct. So this technical okay to come after us if they're ...



Things to consider while harboring the kind of rage and resentment that no meme or even emoji is powerful enough to convey, so I’ll have to use words:

— In the grand scheme of things, it’s not like this is the worst loss you can suffer. To go on the road, against a first-place team with the No. 1 defense, have a rookie muff a punt to give the home team a short field while losing one of your key components and repeatedly getting pantsed by the officials and still you only lose in overtime? There’s no shame in that. The world might be trying to bathe in the Patriots’ blood right now, but everyone has to admit it took a good team, a series of horrible calls, a code red on Rob Gronkowski and a nation of millions to bring them down. And if reports are accurate and Gronk’s knee injury is not season ending, then he’s coming back and bringing hell with him.

— Still, when Gronk went down, you know somewhere in a secret chamber in NFL headquarters there were men in dark robes sitting around a pentagram of candles and goat heads cackling with glee.

— In a year of bad officiating, this game set a new standard that may never be duplicated. I can take that the officials have been consistently atrocious. But Sunday night they were something far worse: atrociously inconsistent. Gronk gets called for yet another pass interference penalty for touching a defender with his chicken wing (which the league has said is perfectly legal). Pat Chung lays an open palm on a receiver for a nanosecond and draws a holding call that negates a sack. But in overtime Aqib Talib grabs JoJo LaFell to the point I thought he might need an anatomically correct doll to show us where he was violated, and there is no call. And the very next play after the terrible Gronk call, Tom Brady took a blatant shot to the head but the officials couldn’t find their flags. Just as bad was Denver’s Todd Davis running into Ryan Allen but apparently in a perfectly legal way, raising the existential question/Riddler clue, “When is running into the kicker NOT running into the kicker?”

— The worst, obviously, was the Gronk penalty. It’s painfully obvious by now that as the NFL continues its downward spiral into complete NBA-ification, the refs are taking over games and applying rules differently to different players. Gronk has such a size and strength advantage that they’re willing to call everything on him and practically nothing against him in order to level the playing field. They see him as Liberty Prime from “Fallout 4,” and if his probability of mission hindrance against corners and safeties is zero percent, then by god the communists in the striped shirts will slow him down with flags.

— As of this writing, we’re hearing things like Gronk walked out of the locker room under his own power, without crutches or a brace on his knee, so there’s hope. I’ve reached my limit on catastrophic injuries already this season. And I’d rather face a wilderness survival situation with Charlie Sheen, Johnny Manziel and Jared from Subway than live through that moment he was on the ground writhing in pain again. Hopefully the Pats have laid enough tribute upon the altar of the Football God of Lower-Leg Injuries for one season. If not, I’m willing to try human sacrifice. Believe me, I’ve got plenty of people in mind.

— The damned shame of it is that Gronk was the focal point of Denver’s coverage and he still was well on his way to a 100-yard night. On his catch-and-run touchdown, Darian Stewart wanted no part of trying to tackle him. I saw Black Friday shoppers on YouTube going after bargain-priced vegetable steamers with 100 times the aggressiveness Stewart showed on that one.

— On the bright side, I’ve been looking for Scott Chandler to elevate his game and he did step up. Granted we could use a little more fight going after balls at the top of his routes, but he got open in crunch time and made catches. And his touchdown was perfect execution. He read Von Miller was shading him to the inside so he used his size and speed to break it off into a corner route for a simple pitch-and-catch. Textbook. And file that play away next time you’re tempted to want the Pats to go after a Johnny One Note edge rush specialist like Miller. Ask him to do anything other than pin his ears back and go after the quarterback and he’s useless.

— Another shame of losing this one is it wastes a phenomenal game by Logan Ryan on Demaryius Thomas. Giving away four inches and almost 40 pounds, he nevertheless out-physicaled Thomas and clung to him all over the field. Occasionally he had help from Chung, and early on it looked like they were playing some quarter-quarter-half coverage (where one safety takes a deep half of the field and two DBs split the other half). But for the most part he was singled up in man. And aside from that one crucial deep ball Thomas high-pointed, Ryan won every battle. If the NFL doesn’t take the rest of the Patriots’ picks away before the draft, I’m ready to go all in on Scarlet Knights.

— How is it that if the eligible receiver rule is so crucial that they use a method of declaring yourself to the ref as simple and archaic as rubbing your belly when you come on the field? By that standard, every guy on my couch after Thanksgiving dinner was declaring himself eligible.

— I didn’t stick around for the postgame, but I assume NBC gave a game ball to the officiating crew?

— What should not get lost in the shuffle is the loss of Dont’a Hightower. The main reason the defense had survived Jamie Collins’ bout with the bubonic plague or the zombie apocalypse virus or whatever he’s contracted has been Hightower. He’s not only held the middle of the front seven together, he’s been great off the edge, messing up blocking schemes by flipping the defense so he goes from Will ‘backer to Sam just before the snap. And while Jerod Mayo still is faster than anyone at making the reads and has that knack for being the first one flowing to the ball carrier, guys continue to slip tackles on him, as Ronnie Hillman did on that first Denver touchdown. Mayo’s head and heart are in the game, but his body hasn’t been since before his two injuries.

— Speaking of tackling, this loss isn’t all on the officials or the injury gods. This as good a run-stopping secondary as I can ever remember the Pats putting on the field, one through five. But on both those C.J. Anderson touchdowns, the backs suffered total breakdowns. On the first, they had Devin McCourty in run force on the edge, with Chung and Ryan outside. The pass routes ran those two off the play and when McCourty got sealed off, they never were able to recover. On the overtime touchdown, they simply didn’t have the bodies on the play side of the field.

— While the defensive line struggled at times with filling cutback lanes on inside zones (see: Anderson’s 8-yarder in the second quarter, Hillman’s big gain on second-and-10 in the third and a few others), I feel like right now it’s the best unit on the team. The rotation is confusing enough just watching the linemen every week, I can’t imagine how it is to game plan against a scheme that will move anyone to any slot along the line on any given down. Chandler Jones made his interception from the nose. Jabaal Sheard will play middle linebacker on one play, then run a stunt with Jonathan Freeny from three-technique tackle to force the incompletion that led to the missed field goal. And Alan Branch made Matt Paradis look like he was riding one of those douchebag sideways skateboards.

— Those virtual numbers that superimpose the yard markers over the snow might be the greatest invention since the voice on my phone that gives me directions. Now if only NBC could give us a virtual Cris Collinsworth that doesn’t watch Talib keelhaul Mathew Slater to the ground and call it “a little jersey pull” or shamelessly orgasm at the end of the game like he did.

— And you’d think that after all the years of working together, Collinsworth and Al Michaels would be better at the mindless banter. Like when they showed the obligatory Denver ski resort footage and, running out of things to say about it, started talking about how it’s making them look forward to the Olympics. Not for nothing guys, but there will be precious little in the way of Alpine ski events at Rio 2016.

— In case you missed it, Bob Costas conceded at halftime that Brady’s career has been slightly better than Peyton Manning‘s. I can’t confirm it, but I imagine counselors were made available to anyone who needed to work through the grief.

— Still, the good news on Manning’s injury is it gives him more time to sell the Papa John’s five-meat pizza. I’m glad to see he’s doing his share to keep America constipated.

— Though I’d rather watch a hundred ads where Pay-me-a-ton is shilling for things he doesn’t use than see one more clueless sports dad driving his family around in a Sorrento. I don’t get why Kia thinks it’s good marketing. But I guess the company is trying to capture the growing emasculated father demographic.

— This was only Brady-Osweiler Bowl I, and part of me wasted no time hating Brock Osweiler’s stupid Edward Cullen face. Since Brady will be around another 10 years at least and it will be the first of many meetings, why wait?

— I confess I was getting frustrated with the McOffense relying on nothing but go routes and ineffective runs. Right up until Josh McDaniels managed to get Brandon Bolden open deep on a wheel route over Danny Trevathan. It was one of those times I’m glad no one listens to me.

Jon Gruden Nickname of the Week: “I gotta tell ya, there’s no guy in the league who gets calls against him the way Rob Gronkowski does. I call this guy ‘Magnum’ because he does the best P.I. work in the business. Plus I’m sure he buys ’em because he’s a big guy with huge hands and feet.”

— Another way first-person shooter games are way better than real life: By now the Patriots would have picked up enough health packs to have Collins, Julian Edelman and Dion Lewis back.

— I thought nothing this week could bother me after suffering the loss of Clara on “Doctor Who.” But with all due respect to my adorable pretend TV nerd wife, this was worse. Sorry, Impossible Girl. At least you died a hero. We lost Gronk and Hightower and saved no one.

— Every time Carrie Underwood does the Sunday Night Football theme, I can’t help but picture poor Taylor Hicks watching from his stool in the corner of a Not Your Average Joe’s somewhere, weeping quietly to himself.

— This Week’s Applicable Movie Quote: “I’ve been around, ya know? There was a time I could see. And I have seen. Boys like these, younger than these. Their arms torn out, their legs ripped off. But there is nothing like the sight of an amputated spirit. There is no prosthetic for that.” — Lt. Col. Frank Slade, “Scent of a Woman”

— At least this 18-1 won’t hurt as much as the last one. We’re on to Philadelphia.


DraftKings DraftKings has your shot to play for FREE in the $1 Million Fantasy Football Contest THIS SUNDAY! First place takes home $100,000! FOR FREE ENTRY, CLICK HERE.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton
Gerry thanks everyone that sent their condolences after the passing of his father.

[0:02:13] ... brutal. 22 months or him for us. And he's been you know Dana Farber. Brigham and women's role in general they are wonderful. Assisted living place called Marlon atrial Marlon place and and over the just ...
[0:04:23] ... could play golf and then just kind of hung out went to Dunkin' Donuts. And if your heart's going to be hard you don't read The Herald that guy was partnered. Just forget that you you ...
[0:04:58] ... a good dad that was the theme in my eulogy that. They'll Bob Bryan line bright show me a good. Show me good golfer Aussie bad father and he was proof of he would be reversed ...
[0:06:44] ... your wife and my kids that they were solely with that was Jimmy Fund and what which producers have lead an animal wouldn't know that was that was the First Amendment really it was almost went ...

Following the game, multiple reports surfaced that the team doesn't consider Rob Gronkowski's knee injury to be that serious. The guys discuss the possible validity to these reports.
The Patriots bid for a perfect season ended last night when CJ Anderson scored a 48 yard touchdown in overtime. TE Rob Gronkowski was injured in the 4th quarter when he took a low, hit to his right knee.

[0:05:38] ... that team ended the game yesterday for the patriots can beat the Philadelphia Eagles. Well I think it's only been going on patriots Eagles of course there they don't they're coach. I'd done at eight and ...
[0:07:06] ... but we we are not underestimate how important he has to this football team to get their running game going. Because if you notice right now they're running game is a power game of the middle ...
[0:10:16] ... I just. And the races the races are tight the Indianapolis would Matt Hasselbeck and Q some plain better. And just all the games. I'd like all the games are meaningful still a bit in another ...

Hasselbeck talked about Gronk and his brother.
Brady discussed the loss in Denver.