So many memes and funny sports moments to choose from!
2020 is right around the corner, which means it’s time for everyone to reflect on the past decade. Social media started in the 2000s, but 2010s social media brought us gifs, memes and the ability to share and track big sports moments like never before. So we asked people: What’s your favorite sports photo of the decade? Here’s what folks said.Whatever you call this That time a Boston police officer celebrated a Red Sox home run Michael Phelps’ reaction at the Olympics Nick Young’s confidence Odell Beckham Jr.’s insane one-handed catch
Are we missing any moments? Share your favorite sports photo of the decade in the comments below!
After their third consecutive loss last night, the Dallas Cowboys look like they have no idea what they're doing. Despite the exceptional amount of talent clearly present on the roster, the team has not been able to perform, and it showed in a 31-24 loss to the Chicago Bears that really wasn't that close.
Once again, owner Jerry Jones has had to face up to his team's loss of form. Although he has been reluctant to take more drastic action, such as replacing head coach Jason Garrett immediately, the 77-year-old has been outspoken about his desire for better results.
Earlier today, as part of an interview for Dallas sports talk radio station 105.3 "The Fan", Jones lost his cool with hosts Kevin Hageland and Colby Sapp, who asked him whether he was "embarrassed".
"Get your damn act together yourself, okay?" said Jones. "We're gonna have a good visit this morning, but settle down just a little bit. ... I don't like your attitude. I’ve been traveling all night and don’t have the patience to jack with you today."
Maybe it's right what they say about it being lonely at the top.
Unless you've been living under a rock, there's a good chance you've seen several memes depicting Baby Yoda from the Disney+ "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian." Recently, several different athletes and teams have gotten in on the craze, posting their own versions of various memes from the show on social media.
Former New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson put their own twist on Baby Yoda, depicting the character wearing Yankees and Seahawks hats, respectively.
The New York Islanders also played on the age of Baby Yoda by creating a meme of their own. They depicted Baby Yoda with an Islanders hat, asking if he can stay up to watch the team play.
One of the more entertaining plays on Baby Yoda came from the Pittsburgh Steelers. During every home game, the Steelers play the Styx song "Renegade" prior to a huge defensive possession.
Pittsburgh featured "Renegade" in a video where Baby Yoda keeps pressing buttons, cutting to scenes of the Steelers defense.
These memes are all certainly very entertaining, but someone has actually claimed to have seen Baby Yoda at an NBA game. Yes, you read that correctly.
Laura Dern, who starred in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," said she has seen Baby Yoda a basketball game.
"Yes I did," Dern continued. "I think he was at a basketball game. That's all I'm gonna say."
The Baby Yoda phenomenon has really taken over social media -- and most of the world -- since the Disney+ launched last month. It's awesome to see so many different sports figures having fun with a character that is enjoyed by so many.