Marshawn Lynch's epic 67-yard touchdown run not only turned the tide of the playoff game against the Saints, it also created considerable seismic activity according to this article. John Vidale, director of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, says that a seismic monitoring station about 100 yards west of the stadium registered seismic activity during Lynch's fourth-quarter run that clinched Seattle's 41-36 victory. Vidale says the shaking lasted about 30 seconds and then faded off for another minute.
So not only is the 12th Man Army the loudest in the NFL, it's also capable of creating an earthquake. It's probably for the best Ken Bering didn't move the team to Los Angeles in the 1980's. California could have ended up falling into the Pacific Ocean.
Since being drafted by the Patriots in the first round out of University of Minnesota, Lawrence Maroney hasn't terrified any defenses. He has the physical tools, but it's always seemed he's been lacking something. Well it's time to get fearful now that he's with the Broncos. He hasn't stopped dancing in the backfield, taking his sweet time to pick a hole. No, his new power comes from his bling.
The diamond-crusted Kool-Aid Man chain holds special powers. It enables you to bust through opposing tacklers like they were just a mere cinder block wall. Chris Johnson probably has Kool-Aid Man earrings. Look out Hawks. Don't underestimate the power of Kool-Aid Man. Oh yeah? Oh NO!
Special thanks to NFL Passers for bringing this important NFL fashion news to light. No we just have to figure out where we can get the cubic zirconia knockoff.