critter-of-habit:

Queen Margaery - breaker of awkward moments.

-everdeen:

A box and Maru [x]

inequalityforall:

Holy shit…!

inequalityforall:

Holy shit…!

Katy Perry quoting Mean Girls.

deliciousweeds:

skaagz:

weregoingtojackson:

Best gif ever for all eternity.

That is a fucking huge raccoon

It’s pregnant with that hillbilly’s child

deliciousweeds:

skaagz:

weregoingtojackson:

Best gif ever for all eternity.

That is a fucking huge raccoon

It’s pregnant with that hillbilly’s child

kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-DETROIT LIONS-

1995

LIONS MAKE THE PLAYOFFS FOR THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE TIME, GET BOUNCED OUT OF THE PLAYOFFS BY THE EAGLES:

With Quarterback Scott Mitchell setting a new franchise record in Touchdown passes with 32, and receivers Herman Moore and Brett Perriman setting NFL record for most catches and receiving yards by teammates in a season the Lions show there is more to the team then just Barry Sanders. With a 10-6 record the Lions make the playoffs for a third consecutive season. However, for the third straight year they are knocked out in the Wild Card round this time it’s their defense that falters them in a 58-37 loss to the Eagles in Philadelphia.

kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-DETROIT LIONS-

1999

LIONS LOSE BARRY SANDERS, SNEAK INTO PLAYOFFS WITH AN A 8-8 RECORD:

 The Lions franchise is dealt another blow when Barry Sanders, fed up with losing every season, suddenly retires at the start of training camp. However thanks to some unexpected help from Quarterback Charlie Batch the Loins would put together a solid 8-8 season, which was good enough to sneak in to the playoffs as the sixth seed in a weak NFC. In the Wild Card round in Washington, the Lions would end up not providing much of a challenge as the Redskins tamed the Lions 28-13.

kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-DETROIT LIONS-

BARRY SANDERS HIGHLIGHT