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Daily Sports Recap, 12/16: DeMarco's Doomsday?

By Mike Morbeck (originally posted to Flickr as Jay Cutler) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons

By Mike Morbeck (originally posted to Flickr as Jay Cutler) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia CommonsWelcome to the Tuesday edition of the Daily Sports Recap, the one science has proven is the worst of the week!  With that in mind, let's just push through it and it'll almost be Wednesday.


New Orleans Saints Defeat Chicago Bears 31-15

The game honestly wasn't even that close, as Jay Cutler put up a touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery with 30 seconds left on the clock.  The 6-8 Saints now have sole possession of first place in the NFC South, holding a one-game advantage over the 5-9 Atlanta Falcons, and a half-game advantage over the 5-8-1 Carolina Panthers.

I really tried to come up with something funny to say about that, but it was really just too sad.  Let's move on before I start crying.


Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray Has Surgery On Broken Right Hand

Did you feel that?  That feeling, like a million fantasy football players suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced?

Incidentally, "Suddenly cried out and were suddenly silenced?"  Did George Lucas just forget there were other words?  That's kind of shameful.  Shit, now I'm crying again.


Charlotte Hornets Reportedly Exploring Lance Stephenson Trade Options

Right now, the Charlotte Hornets are like your acrophobic friend whom you just talked onto a roller coaster, only there is a slightly greater chance that people end up soaked in vomit.

I feel like this might be one of the fastest incidents of NBA buyer's remorse in history.  Does anyone have a figure on the fewest games played by a free agent before his team wanted to deal him?  Because I'd be willing to bet no one beats Stephenson's "one quarter of one" record.


NFL May Have Reneged On Promise Made To Adrian Peterson

DID the National Football League, through executive Troy Vincent, make a promise that Peterson would play this season, only to immediately ban him indefinitely?

HOW many lawsuit reports will we have to suffer through in the wake of this news?

IS the NFL somehow finding new heights of cartoonish evil every day?

Clearly, we here at the Daily Sports Recap are here asking the tough, hard-hitting questions you want answered.  Incidentally, the answers are "It almost sounds like it on tape," "Approximately 10,000," and "Holy cow, absolutely," in respective order.


Jimmy Buffett Attends Cavaliers Home Game

Although Buffett quickly realized this wasn't Margaritaville, and he knew he should've taken that left at Albekoikee.


It's a short one today, since Jimmy Buffett was the most interesting story the National Basketball Association turned out yesterday.  That should tell you exactly how interesting Monday was.