There it is. Earlier today Aaron Hernandez was taken out of his home and has been charged with murder of Odin Lloyd. He is pleading not guilty and this will definitely be one of the most viewed cases in the history of sports. Here’s some of the evidence against him. Click HERE for the full story.
1. Odin Lloyd was shot in the torso with a semi-automatic weapon.
2. Aaron Hernandez has 14 surveillance cameras positioned around his home. All footage from those cameras that was captured around the time of the murder is missing.
3. Hernandez was caught on one of his own surveillance cameras holding a gun on the night of Lloyd’s murder. He was also caught on a surveillance camera later that evening, after Lloyd’s murder, holding the same gun.
Police can prove Hernandez picked Lloyd up at 2:30 a.m. on the morning of his murder.
4. They can also prove his whereabouts for most of that evening using records from cell phone towers and surveillance cameras at several businesses.
5. Just prior to the time of his death, Lloyd made a reference to being with “NFL” in a text message that he sent out.
6. A gun shell casing was found inside of a rental car that Hernandez returned after Lloyd’s murder. Police were also able to put the car at the crime scene using tire tracks found there.
7. Police believe Hernandez killed Lloyd “execution” style and planned the murder.
Looks like the Patriots and Ron Gronkowski finally came to an agreement making him the highest paid tight end in NFL history. His deal is for $54 million over six years and $18.17 million guaranteed. This is a very stunning move for the NFL community since Gronkowski is only in his 3rd season but the Patriots say that they’ve realized how skilled he is in his position and the contract is very much worth the money.
Talk about heightened security. Apparently at this year’s Super Bowl there were sniper nests strategically places to protect the players and the crowd.
Looks like there were all types of rings been given out at the Super Bowl. Below we have a video of Giants player Greg Jones proposing to his girlfriend. If that’s his mom to the left in the picture, she doesn’t look very happy to me.
Pizza Hut. Usually they go with showing a bunch of their food and enticing me to pick up the phone and order, but the hip-hop route is always a good one also.
Pepsi. Great use of humor and mega-superstar artist Elton John.
Hyundai. I really liked what they did with the humming. Plus Hyundai never gets a break with their crappy reputation so this is a step up.
Old Spice. Always using Terry Crews in their commercials but there’s nothing wrong with that. Progressive should look into characters like him over Flow.
Doritos. Just funny.
VW. The dog gets skinny and so does the car, the all new sleeker looking bug. Great use of metaphor.
Coca-Cola. Gotta love the Coca-Cola bears, one of the best brand-character developments ever.
Chevy Sonic. Now you can do cool things with your car like kick-flip off a ramp. Rob Dyrdek and Ok-Go cameos.
This movie is about to be unreal.
Skechers is the Hyundai of shoes but this commercial was pretty funny.
E-Trade and their babies, always a hilarious commercial.
This played right before the 2nd half started. Clint Eastwood’s voice really does the job.
Had No idea what this commercial was going to be about until the very end, that’s when it gets funny.
Oikos. I’m just a big Greek Yogurt fan, actually had one during the Super Bowl. John Stamos getting dropped is always funny too.
Bridgestone, how awesome would it be to play with a basketball doesn’t make any noise when dribbling.
Bud Light does it once again. Awesome way of displaying their new slogan “Here we go”.
A dream car, for real life. That’s a pretty cool slogan and anything with Adriana Lima in it is a success.
Galaxy Note. It’s still not an iPhone, but being able to draw on your phone is pretty cool.
Just tell them to go to green hell… and see for themselves.
Looks like beef doesn’t just originate in hip-hop any more. Apparently Ford doesn’t want Chevy to air their Mayan Apocalypse Super Bowl ad today. GM’s global chief marketing officer Joel Ewanick reported Ford’s take down request via Twitter. The commercial is below plus more of them expected to be aired during the Super Bowl.
Self explanatory image, that’s a ridiculous price. As the caption of the original photo said “Not necessarily shocking, but still outrageous.”
Looks like the Patriots don’t play very nice within their own organization. Last night wide receiver Tiquan Underwood got cut the day before the biggest game of his life. The best/funniest part of all of this is that he’s the guy that shaved the Patriots logo into his head. I think he’s in much need of a haircut now. Alex Silvestro was brought up from the practice squad to take his spot.
Even though Chad Ochocinco didn’t do much for the Patriots on the field this year, he did do a pretty big favor the other day. To help the team stay focused and game-ready, Ochocinco bought the entire team 70 pairs of Dre Beats headphones which cost an estimated $28,000. Let’s hope this investment helps the Pats beat the Giants come Super Bowl Sunday.
So at first Birdman put up $5 Million for the Patriots to win and 50 Cent put up $500,000 for the Giants. Now 50 Cent is taking back his statement and is putting a Milli on the game. Here’s what he had to say.
I’m up 500,000 off the last one. f*ck it ill bet it back Ill put a 1,000,000 on my G MEN. STUNNER you got the # hit me if you want it. I just check the spread Hold up the M casino in vegas said patriots-3 I’m have to bet over there unless STUNNTER giving up points. Get at me.