Weird Jeff Francoeur, Idol Cam Newton, And Clutch Matt Ryan: Around The Perimeter

Dawgs: #smh at Georgia Bulldogs punter Drew Butler for asking Cam Newton for his autograph in front of everybody. The two were at last night's college football awards event, at which Butler lost the Ray Guy Award to Florida Gators kicker Chas Henry. If you're going to ask a rival for an autograph, at least do it while you're playing NCAA 11 against each other, not while the streets is watchin'. Speaking of Auburn...

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Braves: Jon Bois documents the bizarre career of former Atlanta Braves savior Jeff Francoeur, among the newest members of the Kansas City Royals. Nod along: "His production was so astronomical that we actually allowed ourselves to believe that, unlike the thousands upon thousands of hitters that came before him, Francoeur somehow figured out that swinging at every pitch was the answer." Also a member of the Royals: Garth Brooks.

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Falcons: NFL Network's Mike Mayock says Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan is the best two-minute quarterback in the league, which makes you say "Buuut..." until you remember you're really not all that nervous when the Falcons trail in the fourth quarter anymore. Also, the special teams hero from last week's Tampa Bay Buccaneers game, Eric Weems: ONE OF US.

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