Some website put together a list of the best and worst celebrity fans for each NFL team . . . and they REALLY did their homework.
The site says, quote, "We tried to limit these to celebrities who have at least vowed to be loyal fans, rather than someone who just showed up for one game or picked a team to win the Super Bowl one time."
Obviously, their designations of which celebrities are the "best" and "worst" are totally subjective. But that's for YOU to debate. Here's the rundown:
The Arizona Cardinals. Best: Former "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks. Worst: Blake Shelton. Others: Jimmy Eat World.
The Atlanta Falcons. Best: Samuel L. Jackson. Worst: Jeff Foxworthy. Others: Big Boi and 2 Chainz.
The Baltimore Ravens. Best: Edward Norton. Worst: Michael Phelps. Others: Actor Josh Charles, baseball legend Hank Aaron and Stacy Keibler.
The Buffalo Bills. Best: Toronto's train wreck mayor Rob Ford. Worst: Donald Trump.
The Carolina Panthers. Best: Brooklyn Decker. Worst: Ric Flair.
The Chicago Bears. Best: President Obama. Worst: Jim Belushi. Others: Bill Murray, Oprah, Vince Vaughnand Ashton Kutcher.
The Cincinnati Bengals. Best: George Clooney. Worst: Nick Lachey.
The Cleveland Browns. Best: Condoleezza Rice. Worst: Jerry "The King" Lawler. Others: Martin Mull andBrad Paisley.
The Dallas Cowboys. Best: "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. Worst: LeBron James. Others: Chris Christie,Jamie Foxx, Jenna Fischer, Kelly Clarkson, Grant Hill, Allen Iverson, Chris Rock, Clarence Thomas, Demi Lovato and George W. Bush.
The Denver Broncos. Best: "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Worst: Roseanne Barr. Others: Don Cheadle.
The Detroit Lions. Best: "Twitter sensation" Karl Welzein, the guy behind the questionable handle, DadBoner. (???) Worst: Kid Rock. Others: Eminem.
The Green Bay Packers. Best: Lil Wayne. Worst: Larry the Cable Guy.
The Houston Texans. Best: George H.W. Bush. Worst: George W. Bush. Others: Bun B, Dennis Quaid andHilary Duff.
(George W is also listed as a fan of the Cowboys. Can you have two teams, or is this just W. being a politician?)
The Indianapolis Colts. Best: David Letterman. Worst: Jared from Subway. Others: Rob Lowe.
The Jacksonville Jaguars. Best: Comedian Lil Duval. Worst: Fred Durst.
The Kansas City Chiefs. Best: Comedian Rob Riggle. Worst: One-time "Idol" winner David Cook. Others: Paul Rudd.
The Miami Dolphins. Best: Serena Williams. Worst: Daniel Tosh.
The Minnesota Vikings. Best: Prince. Worst: Al Franken.
The New England Patriots. Best: Conan O'Brien. Worst: Mark Wahlberg. Others: Maria Menounos, John Krasinski, Matt Damon and Steven Tyler.
The New Orleans Saints. Best: Brad Pitt. Worst: Jimmy Buffett. Others: Harry Connick, Jr., Ellen DeGeneres and political analyst James Carville.
The New York Giants. Best: Sisters Rooney and Kate Mara. Worst: Lady Gaga. Others: Tracy Morgan,Daniel Radcliffe, Jon Bon Jovi, 50 Cent, Spike Lee and Brian Williams.
The New York Jets. Best: Denzel Washington. Worst: Adam Sandler. Others: Kevin James and Ray Romano, which are both also under the "worst" category.
The Oakland Raiders. Best: Ice Cube. Worst: Tiger Woods. Others: Tom Hanks, Metallica's James Hetfield,Larry King, Axl Rose and Jessica Alba.
The Philadelphia Eagles. Best: Tina Fey. Worst: Tara Reid. Others: Kobe Bryant, Will Smith, Bill Cosby, baseball star Mike Trout, Carrot Top, and Roots drummer Questlove.
The Pittsburgh Steelers. Best: Burt Reynolds. Worst: Rush Limbaugh. Others: Wiz Khalifa, Michael Keaton,Bret Michaels, former pitcher Curt Schilling, Seth Meyers, Jake Gyllenhaal and Hank Williams, Jr.
The San Diego Chargers. Best: Former MMA and UFC star Chuck Liddell. Worst: Golfer Phil Mickelson.
The San Francisco 49ers. Best: Actress Alison Brie from "Community". Worst: Chris Berman. Others: Robin Williams, ice skater Kristi Yamaguchi, and model Marisa Miller.
The Seattle Seahawks. Best: Joel McHale. Worst: Macklemore. Others: Sir-Mix-A-Lot, Rainn Wilson andChrissy Teigen.
The St. Louis Rams. Best: Nelly. Worst: Sportswriter Peter King. Others: "Modern Family" star Ty Burrell.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Best: Nick Carter. Worst: Dick Vitale.
The Tennessee Titans. Best: Faith Hill. Worst: Keith Urban.
The Washington Redskins. Best: Matthew McConaughey. Worst: Tom Cruise. Others: Kevin Durant, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bill Nye The Science Guy and Wale.
Dierks Bentley was recently talking about the growth of the CMA Music Festival . . . but he ended up trashing old school country music.
He said, quote, "I've been living in this town for 20 years and I've seen [the festival] go from the fairgrounds to the LP Field. And what I love about it is that the music is so, I think, it's really young and current and it's happening.
"It's really a modern thing that reflects where the music is. This isn't like your grandfather's country music anymore. It's not something hokey. It's cool, it's hip, it's the thing to be doing. It's what all the young kids are into."
Now, I have to think Dierks is half-joking, because I KNOW he respects old school country. "Up On The Ridge" is almost a full-on bluegrass album featuring guest stars like Kris Kristofferson and Del McCoury. And if he wasn't trying to be funny, then I'm going to chalk it up to one of those times where the lips are moving faster than the brain.
Last year my world was rocked by a cinematic masterpiece known, as Sharknado.It blew up on social media as people live tweeted during the entire movie. I reviewed the movie with a single word, "Masterpiece". Now, Sharknado 2: The Second One promises to be a made for TV blockbuster and will cement the Sy Fy Channel into the big leagues of NBC, ABC and CBS.
Here's the beauty of it all, when you make a movie that is that bad on purpose, you don't have to worry about making a bad sequel. In fact, it's almost BETTER if it's worse. And if Ian Ziering standing on top of a cab declaring that being eaten by a shark can't stop a New Yorker, I'd say this is going to be retchedly awesome.
July 30th - Mark your calendars. And, to get you totally amped up about it, check out the teaser trailer. It's epic!!
There weren't many good Fourth of July videos on YouTube this year, but this one makes up for it. Some guy built a Roman Candle MACHINE GUN, that fires 900 shots in just over a MINUTE.
You can see more of the things that TSA confiscates on their Instagram feed here, but these are some of my favorites.
A Batarang? Yes, please
A Swiss Army iPhone Case. Always be prepared.
I don't know what this 6-knife-blade ninja star looking thing is, but it scares me. I'm afraid I would cut of something of MINE just trying to throw it.
A comb/knife? This is just diabolical.
Ninja stars, the must have accessory for any trip leaving Austin
NPR - It’s like sliding off the top of a 15-story building on nothing more than an air mattress. That’s the experience promised by the Verrückt, the attraction called the world’s tallest water slide by the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City. The giant water slide stands at 168 feet tall, resembling a NASA launchpad as it towers over its surroundings. Instead of a rocket, the slide launches people on a large raft that organizers say will reach speeds topping 60 mph before it comes to rest after completing an initial large drop that’s followed by a second rise and fall. The Schlitterbahn Development Group recently posted video of the first humans to try the ride, with water park designer Jeff Henry and ride engineer John Schooley testing their work. A “raw” version of the footage, without a musical soundtrack, includes several profanities. The company says its test camera stopped working during the test run.
Here is the original video where the batteries died.
And here is a little bonus video of the ride with some different camera angles. Turn down your speakers though, there is some bizarre German techno music in the video.