Folks, when you gotta go, you gotta go.
Dexter McDougle was on the Eagles’ sideline taking a bathroom break midway through the second quarter. Appropriate that it just happened to be next to the Gatorade stand:
Imagine if that play was more vicious, and the play really spilled over into the sideline. We could have had ourselves quite the mess.
There’s no telling what McDougle is emptying the tank into, but I’d wager it could be that cooler that’s in front of him. Those Gatorade cups aren’t big enough to contain a full leak.
Shoutout to the Eagles’ staff members holding up the curtains.
Elliott’s accuser made false statements to police about the night of July 22, 2016. But the NFL believed there was credible evidence that Elliott had been violent toward her three separate times earlier that week.
The league’s investigation reviewed police reports, witness statements, photographic evidence, texts and other metadata. It also interviewed Elliott, the accuser, and a dozen witnesses.
Texans 10, Bengals 9 The Bengals’ offense finally showed life in their first drive of the second half, with Dalton marching the team down the field and chewing up plenty of clock. Tyler Eifert nearly had the team’s first touchdown, but officials ruled he stepped out of bounds before catching the ball, making it a penalty. The Bengals got yet another field goal.
Texans 10, Bengals 6 The Bengals save a little face after their defense got burned by Watson, kicking a field goal at the end of the second quarter.
Texans 10, Bengals 3 Watson finally breaks the game open with his legs, taking off on a scramble and going 49 yards to the end zone.