#USMNT Twitter Handles

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann:  @J_Klinsmann

Jozy Altidore@JozyAltidore F 11/6/89 Boca Raton, Fla. Sunderland (England)
DaMarcus Beasley@DaMarcusBeasley D 5/24/82 Ft. Wayne, Ind. Puebla (Mexico)
Kyle Beckerman@KyleBeckerman M 4/23/82 Crofton, Md. Real Salt Lake
Alejandro Bedoya@AleBedoya17 M 4/29/87 Weston, Fla. Nantes (France)
Matt Besler@mbesler D 2/11/87 Overland Park, Kan. Sporting Kansas City
Michael Bradley M 7/31/87 Manhattan Beach, Calif. Toronto FC
John Brooks@j_brooks25 D 1/28/93 Berlin, Germany Hertha Berlin (Germany)
Geoff Cameron@GeoffCameron D 7/11/85 Attleboro, Mass. Stoke City (England)
Timothy Chandler D 3/29/90 Frankfurt, Germany Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
Brad Davis@Brad_Davis11 M 11/8/81 St. Charles, Mo. Houston Dynamo
Clint Dempsey@clint_dempsey F 3/9/83 Nacogdoches, Texas Seattle Sounders FC
Mix Diskerud@MixDiskerud M 10/2/90 Oslo, Norway Rosenborg (Norway)
Omar Gonzalez@Omar4Gonzalez D 10/11/88 Dallas, Texas LA Galaxy
Julian Green M 6/6/95 Tampa, Fla. Bayern Munich (Germany)
Brad Guzan GK 9/9/84 Homer Glen, Ill. Aston Villa (England)
Tim Howard@TimHowardGK GK 3/6/79 North Brunswick, N.J. Everton (England)
Aron Johannsson@aronjo20 F 11/10/90 Mobile, Ala. AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands)
Fabian Johnson@FabianJohnson23 D 12/11/87 Munich, Germany Borussia Moenchengladbach (Germany)
Jermaine Jones@Jermainejunior M 11/3/81 Chicago, Ill. Besiktas (Turkey)
Nick Rimando@NickRimando GK 6/17/79 Montclair, Calif. Real Salt Lake
Chris Wondolowski@ChrisWondo F 1/28/83 Danville, Calif. San Jose Earthquakes
DeAndre Yedlin@yedlinny D 7/9/93 Seattle, Wash. Seattle Sounders FC
Graham Zusi@gzusi M 8/18/86 Longwood, Fla. Sporting Kansas City

Tracy McGrady with Greatest Comeback Ever

It’s sad to see great players fizzle out towards the end of their careers.  People forget just how good they were in their prime and quickly write them off to move onto the players of the next generation.  I don’t think T-Mac will be a hall-of-famer, but he was pretty fricken good in his prime.

This video is incredible.  Is it the greatest comeback that you’ve ever seen?  It has to be up there with that Reggie Miller against the Knicks dagger.

Free Marketing!


If you have a cool product that you want to market on the internet, then I am your guy.  Some people may find this to be a dumb idea but that’s because they are not creative.

The Goal:

I want to create low budget, weird/funny commercials for your company or product.


– Because I am wasting my creative talent in an uncreative 9-5 job and I have time to kill on the weekends!

– I would like to add the videos to http://www.thingsthatwelike.com to boost traffic

– I have a video camera and editing software that I know how to use but I am not a professional (that’s why it is free)

– Because I want to help you

How to participate:

Send me an e-mail with your product information.  If I think it’s marketable, I will ask you to send me your product so that I can start thinking up concepts and shooting the videos.  They will be ~30 seconds in length and I will ALWAYS check with you before posting.  Give me a shot!

Proof that Aaron Rodgers is Gay

One day after a breaking his heart on the football field, Aaron Rodgers gave Jay Cutler a new heart…his own.

Rodgers - Cutler

After reports from RadarOnline outed Aaron (claiming a relationship with one-time roommate and assistant Kevin Lanflisi), he decided to throw caution to the wind and propose to long time crush, Jay Cutler.  There have been whispers around the league that Cutler will become Rodgers’ number one receiver next year.  Rodgers’ post on popular social media website ‘Instagram’ seems to confirm these rumors.

When reached for comment on the engagement, Rodgers told ThingsThatWeLike.com, “Jay and I are looking forward to spending time together this offseason.  My hope is that Jay won’t be the only one who gets a ring here in the next couple of weeks (giggles).”   He continued by saying, “Jay threw his love out there and I intercepted it, I never thought it would be so easy.”  He obviously has not watched many of Jay’s football games.