There’s a new sheriff in town ... and his name is Mike McCarthy.
The Milwaukee Brewers knew that 2018 was going to be special. This was going to be a season unlike any in recent memory. For the first time in a long time, fans in Milwaukee had reason to be proud of their baseball team, and that reason was a certain bouncing lady sitting front row center at all Brewers home games.
Less than a week after Josh Hader was embroiled in a controversy over potentially insensitive and now-deleted tweets from his teens, another round of ugly social media posts have surfaced from a different account that Hader had still kept active for some reason.
Witnesses at the high-end restaurant where the engagement occurred told media outlets that it was "sweet" and that when she said yes, everyone in the establishment broke into spontaneous applause, with only a few instances of diners wearing large novelty foam cheeseheads shouting things like, "His head clearly isn't in the game anymore" and "He hasn't been the same Rodgers since he shacked up with that Newsroom chick."
"Hey, at least most of the country will be passed out by 6 or 7 in a turkey-induced food coma," said Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. "They might not even notice the game. Did we get beat by three touchdowns or was it a close ballgame? Most people probably won't even know until after the weekend."
Just a day after Packers All-Pro WR Jordy Nelson went down with an ACL tear, delusional Bears fan Steven Dietrich has been thrilled at what he's considering a "big break" that will dramatically improve Chicago's chances in the NFC North.
Brett Favre was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame Saturday night at Lambeau Field in front of 65,000 fans -- most of whom hated hated him just a few years ago.