By now you know about Knowshon Moreno's superhuman tear ducts, but it's even better when set to Whitney Houston ... Vernon Davis was tackled in the most painful of places ... Buzzfeed has the best GIFs of Week 13 ... Canadian singer Matt Mays is not happy that Toronto mayor Rob Ford stole his seats to yesterday's Bills-Falcons game ... Vikings wide reciever Cordarrelle Peterson exchanged a high-five with a ref after a long touchdown run ... Redskins coach Mike Shanahan definitely didn't high five the referees, who cost Washington a chance at a comeback during last night's loss to the Giants ... Lastly (and most importantly), Young MC performed at halftime of the Texans-Pats game.
Steve Nash's ex-wife Alejandra has hired NFL referee and lawyer Ed Hochuli to represent her as she battles the NBA point guard for child custody.
The Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League held their annual Teddy Bear Toss last night in which fans throw stuffed animals on the ice after the home team's first goal. According to the official count, 25,921 teddy bears were thrown on Sunday, all of which will go to charity.
Catrinel Menghia, who was part of SI Swimsuit's 2011 Model Search, has a new photo shoot out for South African Swimsuit Magazine.
Ed Reed is now 0-10 this season (0-7 with Texans, 0-3 with Jets) and hasn't won a game since last year's Super Bowl. At least he still has the support of these fans.
Auburn alum Takeo Spikes won the trash-talk war with this sign.
Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak showed off his poetry game after the Twins signed pitchers Ricky Nolasco and Phil Hughes.
I tweeted out this great 1964 Neil Leifer pic of Tommy Heinsohn in Boston's Faneuil Hall last week. Lo and behold, the Celtics' legend discussed the photo on air during Friday's game against the Cavaliers. Heinsohn, if you don't know, has been with the Celtics organization since 1956, spending 10 years as a player, another decade as coach and the past 30-plus years as a broadcaster.
Parents, get your child a "Ho You Fat" jersey this holiday season ... This kid made $24,000 because of his clever GameDay sign ... Chipper Jones took a nice little jab at former Braves pitcher Tim Hudson ... Google has begun its Festivus celebration ... Red-haired women pick the best passwords. Men with beards pick the worst.
Texans defensive end Antonio Smith doesn't completely accuse the Patriots of cheating in this video. But he does come pretty close.
The ending of Alabama-Auburn gets the Tecmo Bowl treatment.
The Packers quarterback turns 30 today. In this video, Rodgers, then at Cal, wins the 2005 Arm Strength Competition. Bonus points for the random appearance by Marisa Miller.