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Week of the Amazing Catch

A.J. Green :: Patrick Smith/Getty Images A.J. Green :: Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Another Sunday of football is in the books and it was the week of the receiver as Seattle's Golden Tate, Houston's Andre Johnson and Cincinnati's A.J. Green all made ridiculous plays. The biggest star, however, was Rams rookie wideout Tavon Austin who had two long touchdown catches and a punt return for a TD. In celebration news, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker busted out the Terio dance after a game-winning kick while Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan bought fans victory drinks after defeating the Cowboys. Also of note, Saints WR Kenny Stills showed off this amazing new hairstyle, and a Chargers fans received a $280 ticket for throwing a football in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot before a game last month. Someone call soon-to-be-broadcaster Tim Tebow for a story on the incident.

I. Don't. Want. Your. Life.

The tweet of the day goes to James Van Der Beek. The actor, target="_blank">who famously played quarterback Jon Moxon in 1999's Varsity Blues, tweeted "I'm not saying the #Packers are desperate, but they just called to ask if I could actually play quarterback." 

Did You Know?

When A's outfielder Reggie Jackson unveiled his mustache during an April 1972 game, he became baseball's first player with facial hair in 58 years. Topps has more information in this Movember mustache infographic.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Congrats to Tami Donaldson for being Bikini Team's November model of the month.

Important Update

Last week, we told you about the middle school football coach who was fired for scheduling his team's end-of-season banquet at Hooters. The party took place on Saturday without a hitch, even raising money for the school thanks to the restaurant's generous donation.

Help This Cheerleader

This Texans cheerleader lost everything in a house fire, including her dog. Here's how you can help.

SI Vault Photo Of The Day

Ted Williams :: AP Ted Williams :: AP

In honor of Veteran's Day, here's Ted Williams, 23, being sworn in as a Navy Cadet in May 1942. For more old sports photos, follow the SI Vault on Twitter. And while you're at it, follow me.

Odds and Ends

David Ortiz and Andrew McCutchen will be executive producers on a new MTV show that "melds pop culture and baseball" ... Blue Jackets center Michael Chaput played with a typo on his helmet ... With Oregon losing to Stanford, Nike owner Phil Knight appears to have jumped right on the Alabama bandwagon ... LeBron James' wife Savannah is opening a juice bar in Miami ... Former Celtics Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and coach Doc Rivers still haven't spoken to Ray Allen since the guard chose Miami over Boston more than a year ago.

Saints Fans of the Day

Get these guys on the sidelines!

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Dogs Reuniting With Soldiers

A compilation of soldiers reuniting with their dogs after returning home from service.

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