“The Catch”: With 2:58 left in the first quarter of a week 3 game against the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr successfully connected with rookie wide receiver Amari Cooper for a 9-yard gain, turning second-and-15 into a manageable third-and-6.
Travis D’Arnaud’s Walk-Off Home Run In Game 7: It would have been nice if Mets fans had been able to celebrate a franchise-defining moment like this, but nope, they went down in five.
Ronda Rousey KO’d By Holly Holm: Succumbing to a second-round knockout, Rousey lost her status as an empowering female role model and is now despised by women everywhere.
St. Louis Cardinals Go Undefeated: The Cardinals became the first-ever MLB team to win every single game of the regular season, finishing with a perfect 162-0 record.
Michael Phelps Returns To Swimming: The decorated Olympian came out of retirement after realizing that his personal life had gotten way, way too weird to spend all of his time focused on.
Jake Bowls A 120-Point Game Without Bumpers: Are you serious? That’s absolutely insane. He said before we played that he’s not even that good. What a liar!
Kansas City Royals Win World Series: The team finally shattered the Curse of the Fountain City, or some bullshit like that.
Roger Federer Hits Tennis Ball Really Hard: In a match against Jeremy Chardy at the Monte-Carlo Masters tournament, 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer went right up to the net and just smacked the ball as hard as he could—so hard that the ball bounced really, really high and into the stands!