Monday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Make a sick interception to help seal a win, and then join the cheerleaders for a little celebration dance. All in a night's work for Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
Not only does Hot Clicks love a good celebration like Sherman's, but we love when celebrations go wrong like this one from the Titans. ... Orlando's CBS affiliate actually issued an on-air apology for having to air the Raiders-Jaguars game. ... Philip Rivers thought Eagles defensive end Fletcher Cox would help him off the ground. He was wrong.
If you missed it late Saturday night/early Sunday morning, you have to see how the Wisconsin-Arizona State game ended. You'd think a kneel-down play would be controversial free, but you'd be wrong. ... Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall completed a 37-yard pass -- to himself. ... Iowa defensive back B.J. Lowery pulled off a ridiculous one-handed interception.
This roundup features three lovely ladies who have never been in Hot Clicks: Luiza Freyesleben is a Brazilian model showing off some bikinis. ... French model Eve Tramunt shows off various pieces of lingerie here. ... American model Elisabeth Giolito shows off bikinis and lingerie.
Ravens running back Ray Rice had 36 yards on 13 carries before leaving yesterday's game against the Browns in the fourth quarter with a rib injury. Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal had seven catches for 90 yards and three touchdowns in San Diego's win over Philadelphia. Each man took to Twitter after his game.
Shortly after the Broncos-Giants game started, I sent out a tweet about how confusing CBS' yellow "FINAL" graphic was because it kept making me think there was a flag on the play. In all my time on Twitter, I'm not sure I got more responses to a tweet. People were very passionate about this. It seems CBS has heard everyone's pleas.
It's not just an NBA problem. Here's two-plus minutes of NFL players flopping.
Start your week with a little tug at your heartstrings.