Friday, November 04, 2011

This man really wants to save breasts

For the last month, the NFL has been putting everyone in pink to raise awareness for breast cancer and during the Eagles Cowboys game on Sunday night someone took it to another level. A section over from us was a guy who dressed in a pink robe with a pink tie and danced around during the whole game. Below he gives the business to a Cowboy fan wearing a Drew Bledsoe jersey. He took breasts cancer awareness to a new level.

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Ole Gunner Solskjaer: Molde Legend

Ole was a legend a United and now he is a legend at Molde. Solskjaer did what no other manager in the clubs 100 history had done: win a title. Maybe in a couple of years, you will be the one tapped to replace Sir Alex.

Professional Tailgating: Now that is a "Dream Team"

For the first seven weeks of the season, Eagles fans have been waiting for all of the pieces to come together and on Sunday night against the Cowboys they did. OTWT Tailgating Crew was there to document the fun. 

 The Comcast gang gets ready for their pregame show

A band plays in the parking lot before the game
 At halftime, the Eagles inducted Jim Johnson and Eric Allen into the honor roll
The Eagles offense introduced before the game

Steve Smith is a useless part of this team, while the offense is on the field he is standing by the heater.

Jim Johnson's inductions into the Eagles Honor Roll

Monday, October 31, 2011

Professional Tailgating: A real snow game

  There are games that are played in the snow then there are "snow games" and Saturday's West Virginia Rutgers was a "snow game." A freak October storm dropped almost six inches on snow on the Rutgers Stadium and made for some interesting travel and watching conditions. Despite the snow, the result was still the same as West Virginia beat Rutgers again. There was one highlight as Eric LeGrand lead his team out of the tunnel.

The snow was so bad that West Virginia had to borrow someones tailgating tent

Carts clear the field

Eric LeGrand leads Rutgers out of the tunnel
A real winter wonderland in October

A very large snowball