Month: October 2021

Tom Brady is giving a Bitcoin to fan who had his 600th TD ball, says he should have held out for more than what team offered

  • A Bucs fan wound up with Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown.

  • The fan traded the ball back with the team despite it being potentially worth $500,000.

  • On “Monday Night Football,” Brady said he’d be giving the fan a Bitcoin.

Even Tom Brady thinks the fan that came into possession of his 600th touchdown ball should have held out for a better deal.

Speaking with ESPN’s “ManningCast” of “Monday Night Football,” Brady broke down the deal made with the fan and revealed that he planned on giving the fan a Bitcoin for his troubles.

On Sunday, Brady threw the 600th touchdown of his career, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to reach the milestone. Unfortunately, wide receiver Mike Evans handed the ball off to a fan in the crowd before realizing the significance of the score, leading to a bit of hijinks.

The fan, Byron Kennedy, negotiated with a Buccaneers trainer

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The 5 best moments from Tom Brady’s appearance on the ‘ManningCast’



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Some of the best moments from Brady’s second-quarter appearance on ESPN2.

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Tom Brady (left) appeared on Monday Night Football with Peyton (right) and Eli Manning, and had plenty of shots to go around. David Zalubowski

ESPN has brought a new dimension to their coverage of Monday Night Football this season with the “ManningCast,” starring brothers Peyton and Eli, who welcomed their most-anticipated guest of the year this week: Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady.

From the barbs with his old counterparts to the mind of Rob Gronkowski, here are some of the best moments from Brady’s second-quarter appearance on ESPN2.

Letting yourself go?

Brady opened the night with a compliment and a jab, praising the Mannings’ work on the air this season — but with Peyton donning his younger brother’s Ole Miss jersey, Brady couldn’t help but take aim at his old

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Dubs’ Steph Curry, Brother Seth Net Unreal NBA Scoring Feat


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Steph Curry squaring off with his brother, Steph Curry, in the 2019 NBA playoffs.

The Curry brothers continue to set the standard for family accomplishments in the modern NBA.

The 2021-22 season is only a few games old, but already Steph Curry, of the Golden State Warriors, and Seth Curry, of the Philadelphia 76ers, have set a ridiculous league-wide scoring mark.

The official SportsCenter Twitter account posted details of the feat on Sunday, October 24.

“The two highest scoring quarters of the season so far belong to the Curry brothers 💦,” the post said.

Steph Curry put up 25 points in the 1st quarter of the Warriors’ second game of the season against the Los Angeles Clippers, while Seth Curry dropped in 23 points in the first quarter Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder.


Curry Played Perfect Offensive Quarter Against Clippers

Steph Curry personified

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ESPN Analyst Lists Sean Tucker as Heisman Contender

On SportsCenter Sunday morning, ESPN College Football Analyst Trevor Matich listed his top four Heisman contenders after Saturday’s slate of games. His number four pick was Syracuse running back Sean Tucker. Also listed by Matich were Alabama linebacker Will Anderson Jr., Georgia defensive lineman Jordan Davis and Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral. 

Matich played college football for BYU, helping win the 1984 National Championship. He then played in the NFL from 1985 to 1996 with the New England Patriots, Detroit Lions, New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts and Washington Football Team. 

Syracuse running back Sean Tucker rushed for 112 yards in the Orange’s 41-36 win over Virginia Tech on Saturday. It was the sixth straight game Tucker rushed for more than 100 yards, which sets a program record. It was also Tucker’s seventh 100 yard performance of the year, tying the single season mark that is also shared by Jim Brown,

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