It’s on the Haus: Brandon Marshall to the New York Giants, Tony Romo is Cut and Orlando Magic Entertainment is Lit
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Brandon Marshall is a New York Giant
Early yesterday morning the New York Giants inked former New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a two-year, $12 million deal. Next season will be Marshall’s 12th, and he’ll play for his fifth NFL team.
Marshall told ESPN that the Giants did not offer him the most money, but that he was most interested in winning a championship. The Giants, who are rumored to have interest in Adrian Peterson, are certainly all in for next season.
The defensive unit is solid for New York, and the Giants are a few pieces away from being an elite offense. The signing of Marshall will help, but there’s still work to be done. The Giants are a darkhorse to make a run at the NFC championship next season and could easily turn into a favorite to make a run.
Tony Romo is a Free Man
It’s not official yet, but reports have filed in that the Dallas Cowboys will release longtime quarterback Tony Romo today. Romo has been a Cowboy since he entered the league in 2005.
This move is smart for Dallas. Romo was going to cost Dallas more than $24 million this season, while Dak Prescott will cost the Cowboys a pinch over $600K in 2017.
Regardless, I’m shook by the move. Tony Romo is ostracized by fans, and it’s not fair. What has Romo done to deserve such muckraking? Say what you will, but Tony Romo is a top five quarterback of all time, because #NumbersDon’tLie.
It sucks that the guy is mostly remembered because he mishandled a football. It’s not fair. Instead, the guy should be remembered for leading the Cowboys to three-straight 8-8 seasons. That’s legendary consistency. What more could you ask for out of a top five quarterback?
Cringe or Laugh?
Just… just watch the video.
— NBA (@NBA) March 9, 2017
The Orlando Magic are 24-41 and are tied for second-to-last in the Eastern Conference. They suck at basketball, and so did this “performance”.
This was so cringeworthy I couldn’t help but laugh. I literally LOL’d at this video for the entirety of it. I’m so sorry you had to watch that.
But then again, I’m not sorry. These dancers did well with the hand they were dealt. They’re old and just trying to fit it with teens and there’s nothing wrong with that. Just like I commended Bruce Chen’s shoe choice, I commend these dancers for doing the best with what they had.