Monday, October 23, 2006

Donovan McNabb's YouTube Moment

"YouTube Moments" are the new "15 minutes of fame." Lamar Thomas enjoyed his a week ago (along with Miami's football team, obvs).

Now, it's Donovan McNabb's turn.

Here's the video of him puking at the line of scrimmage from yesterday.*

(By the way, this backs up all the suspicion/rumor that he yakked during the Super Bowl. And he lost that game, too.)

* - Given that this is clearly swiped right off of a copyrighted broadcast, I'm curious to see how long it stays active, given YouTube/Google's sudden new focus on copyright protection.


john (east lansing, mi) said...

I imagine they'll get to deleting this particular copy sooner, assuming that often-used and static links are going to bring in more obvious traffic to one particular version of a clip than virally-spread links.

That is, I don't know how long your link will be valid; I have little doubt that ten or more copies of this clip will still be up on YouTube next week, though.

john (east lansing, mi) said...

I didn't realize Jason Elam was playing in 1981.

FreKy J said...

As whiny and bitchy as T.O. always sounds when people stick a microphone infront of him, stop and think about this.

Has T.O. ever lied about his team, teammates, or coaches during his rants?

He simply has no public relations filter between his brain and mouth. He says regularly what every player feels, but doesn't have the balls to actually say out loud. But it all turns out to be right in the end.

McNabb clearly needs to train his body more so that his endurance lasts into the 4th quarter and he's not puking up his guts and the game.

Steve said...

McNabb is the new Pete Sampras, except for the whole 14 championships and best player ever in his sport thing....

But he totally has the puking part down.

Brian in Oxford said...

Elam's kick was longer, but didn't turn a loss into a win. So it's not unfair to call it the kick of the last 25 years.

Of course, I'll take 45 yards in the snow as my choice.

Brian in Oxford said...

Was it the New England Clam Chowder? It did create the same effect as the NE game.

Brian in Oxford said...

Should the Eagles have had a couple of players back by the uprights trying to knock the kick away, just in case?

Even if they didn't kick the field goal, then TB would have to get in the end zone, and they'd already be there to help defend a pass.

Anonymous said...

McNabb didn't lose the game? 2 pick-6s don't count??