Tag: NFL

Kobe Bryant And Andrew Luck In World Cup Commercial

May 20, 2014 

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup only a few weeks away, Los Angeles Lakers NBA super star, Kobe Bryant, and Indianapolis Colts NFL star, Andrew Luck hit the soccer field for a new commercial promoting Panini’s new World Cup sticker collection. In this commercial we see both athletes hit the field and remembering how soccer….


Top 5 Most Social Shared Super Bowl Commercials.

February 09, 2014 

The Super Bowl has become a day in which people gather in front of the TV not only to watch the big game but to watch all the great commercials. With companies spending millions of dollars on a 30 second commercial that usually will only air one time during the Super Bowl, we take a….


The Tony Romo Hate Continues: Chris Cooley Edition

October 05, 2011 

The anti-Tony Romo tirades continues. Who’s flinging the monkey poop this time around? Washington Redskins’ Chris Cooley.


The Scrutiny Machine: Tony Romo Vs. Mark Sanchez

October 03, 2011 

Managing editor Fidel Martinez takes a closer look at the media and the difference in their scrutiny of Latino quarterbacks Tony Romo and Mark Sanchez.


NFL Panders Yet Again To Hispanics During Cowboys-Redskins Game

September 27, 2011 

Did you tune in to Monday Night Football last night? What an abomination! No, I’m not talking about the fact that the Cowboys kicked six field goals to eek out an 18-16 win against the Redskins. I’m referring to the obscenity known as ESPN and the NFL’s celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.


Facts Over Poise: Why Tony Romo Is Better Than Mark Sanchez

September 12, 2011 

Despite the 27-24 loss to the New York Jets and Mark Sanchez, the Dallas Cowboys’ Tony Romo is a much better quarterback than his younger counterpart.


Chad Ochocinco Dreams Of Soccer Stardom Not Quite Dead Yet

March 29, 2011 

Chad Ochocinco– wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals– played his first match with a professional soccer team yesterday as a member of Sporting Kansas City’s reserve team. The Major League Soccer promoted Ochocinco to their reserve squad after a four day trial. How did he do?


Our Last NFL Post Until Next Season

hispanic vs. herpanic
February 07, 2011 

The 2010-2011 NFL season came to a close last night when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV, which means we probably won’t be talking about football for another nine months. But before we go, we bring you this.


Mark Sanchez, The Great Latino Hope, Fails To Deliver

January 24, 2011 

Much like last year, Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets fell one game short of reaching the Super Bowl after losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The loss was a blow to supporters of the New York franchise everywhere. Another likely group disappointed by the Jets loss? No, not Latinos. We’re talking about the higher-ups over at the NFL.


New York Post Front Page Gots Us Excited About Upcoming Jets-Patriots Playoff Game

Amazing Newspaper Cover (Jets vs Pats showdown in Star Wars universe)
January 14, 2011 

Brilliant. Just brilliant. That’s how we would describe today’s cover of The New York Post. The work of art (pictured below) is very much in the same vein of the publication’s penchant for wacky/witty/groan-inducing word play, but this one certainly takes the cake. We don’t even know where to start, but we’ll try.