After our win over the Buffalo Bills on Monday night, not such good behavior from both sides is coming to light. One Seattle fan heckled Bills’ special teams coach Kathryn Smith – the NFL’s first full-time female coach. Luckily it was just one fan, who’s wife then slapped him to stop. As we all know — this fan does NOT represent the 12th man.
That alleged non-call on Richard Sherman for allegedly roughing the kicker on Monday night is still causing a ruckus. Right after the incident, Bills coach Rex Ryan screamed at Richard from the Sidelines. Yesterday, Coach Pete said on ESPN radio, “I just wish he would coach his own team. That’s it. Coach your own guys.”
Kaela Carpenter, the wife of the punter that Richard slammed into was on twitter:
I know what we do on the farm when a male can’t control his own rage. #LuckyImNotThere #Sherman #ActLikeAnAnimalGetTreatedLike1 pic.twitter.com/tgSlzIjWoS
— Kaela Carpenter (@KaelaCarpenter) November 8, 2016
She included a photo of a tool that castrates farm animals. She has removed that tweet and added this:
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Rockers have been reacting to the outcome of last night’s presidential election.
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Scott Ian of Anthrax wins the prize:
According to Google Trends, searches of “How to move to Canada” began surging at 6 p.m. last night — so much so that Americans crashed Canada’s main immigration and citizenship website. We’ll have to wait and see if some big name celebrities end up re-locating to Canada on the list of those who said they’d move — Cher, Katy Perry, Jon Stewart, Barbra Streisand, Miley Cyrus, George Lopez, Amy Schumer, Samuel L. Jackson and the Reverend Al Sharpton.