Earlier this week, ESPN's Ron Jaworski said Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick could be one of the greatest quarterbacks ever, which caused everyone on the Internet to lose their mind. I was dumbfounded that the comment got so much coverage and didn't understand why people were treating this as a real news story. (Yes, that includes SI.com, too. ) Since I don't really watch ESPN outside of game coverage or pregame shows, I just assumed this was a social media thing. However, after viewing this brilliant video put together by the folks at Deadspin, you can see in real time how the Worldwide Leader helped push a non-story to benefit itself.
I love you on Twitter and I'm grateful for all the Hot Clicks material. However, if I may be so bold as to give you a suggestion, I'd like to recommend you relax a little with the hashtags. Also, happy 35th birthday.
Guyism.com has compiled the 15 best GIFs from the past week.
Australian model Stacey McMahon gets today's LLOD honors.
The golfer seems hellbent on getting rid of the "Baba Booey" shoutouts at golf tournaments. He got a fan kicked out of a tournament on Thursday for the disruption, and the Howard Stern show is aware.
The Arizona Diamondbacks held their fantasy football draft in the team's hotel last night. The set up was pretty sweet.
Mind blown. (Thanks to Rocky, of Fresno, Calif., for the video.)
People don't seem to be handling the news of Ben Affleck getting cast as Batman too well.