When country music concerts happen in Pittsburgh, laws and common sense are put on hold, and drunken anarchy ensues.
Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is taking a lot of heavy fire for his brash on-field celebrations these days, but the good news is that his gyrations are having a real impact on the future stars of the NFL.
Via Sports Illustrated, have you or a loved one been accused of using HGH? Don’t let your reputation be tarnished, ACT NOW and let professional crisis manager Ari Fleischer ensure no one believes a word you say.
Here’s a parody of Google’s “Here To Help” ad but with the recently swept Pittsburgh Penguins. A long offseason is tough, but Google can help.
Following the success of their “Jersey Shore” show, MTV decided to create a reality show based on Pittsburgh’s North Shore. It documents the drama and off-field adversities that a group of Super Bowl Champions face while defending their “shore” home (Heinz Field). As the show’s season comes to a close, the cast members continue to […]
When a football game’s chugging tradition has an adverse effect on the future, a hungover Steeler fan goes back in time to prevent catastrophe…and enjoy a few Irons.
Following the raucous concert at Heinz Field, this public service announcement warns about the damaging effects drunk Chesney fans can have on an moderately-picturesque urban landscape. Concept by https://twitter.com/senatorCK
The end, as they say, is nigh. The legendary Broncos and Colts QB will surely soon call it quits — or find himself permanently removed from the field after being immobilized on a stretcher — but there’s still hope for Peyton Manning after football!
This is the Tom Brady / New England Patriots version of the Google “Questions” commercial.
Imported from Pittsburgh. Made of Steel. Using the concept of ads from Chrysler, which boast their products being “Imported From Detroit”, this pump-up video shows that like the 2011 Penguins, it’s much better to be Imported from Pittsburgh.
Right now, “dogs” are suffering in your local baseball stadium. They have no buns, no home, no hope. Don’t let these “dogs” become a victim of “financial flexibility”.