Goodbye, Work Week

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Anyone else ready to tell the office goodbye for a couple days?

Working for the weekend,
The Last Night’s Game Team

PS: Today’s quick and easy Tailgate Treat is for all our gluten-free friends out there. Your guests will never know these brownies aren’t the real thing.


NFL (NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE)

Let there be beer. Bud Light sympathized with the fans of the Cleveland Browns and their 635-day losing streak. At the beginning of the season, they placed fridges filled with beer throughout the city that would open when the Browns finally won a game. Last night, that dream became a reality when the Browns beat the New York Jets. Not sure who was more excited, the fans, the rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield or the Cleveland Police Department. NOT SORRY FOR CALLING IN SICK TODAY

OVERTIME

Supermodel Chrissy Teigen is full of hysterical sass, and now her words are catching up with her. After a recent tweet claiming she could “absolutely be a hockey goalie,” the Los Angeles Kings (NHL- National Hockey League) invited her to try out to become their emergency backup goalie. And it sounds like she’s taking them up on their offer. SWAPPING STILETTOS FOR SKATES


SIDELINE STAT

It’s been 22 years since Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny graced the big screen in Space Jam. If you’re a fan of the flick, then you’re in luck because a reboot is coming. It will star LeBron James and be directed by Black Panther director Ryan Coogler. They will start filming next summer. Guess King James’ move to Hollywood paid off? GRAB THE POPCORN

COACHES’ CORNER

The Los Angeles Angels (MLB- Major League Baseball) player Francisco Arcia made history by becoming the first player ever to play catcher and pitcher and hit a home run- all in the same game. PLAYING THE FIELD 

WHAT TO WATCH

Thirty golfers are fixing their eyes on the $10 million prize as the FedExCup wraps up this weekend. Golf legend Tiger Woods is leading the tour championship so far. If he wins, it’ll be his third FedExCup victory. MAKE ROOM IN THE TROPHY CASE