Mustard Minute: Brett Favre
Sports became trivial this weekend after the world witnessed horrific terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday. For its part, the NFL honored the victims and their loved ones with various tributes. And Aaron Rodgers called out an idiot that yelled an anti-Islamic comment during a moment of silence at Lambeau Field before the Packers-Lions game. ... Peyton Manning had the worst performance of his career but still broke Brett Favre's passing yardage mark in the Broncos' ugly loss to the Chiefs. Was Favre in Denver watching Manning accomplish the feat? Absolutely not...he was in a tree. Arizona backup quarterback Drew Stanton recorded the same number of passing rating points (0.0) as the embattled Broncos quarterback but had way more fun than Manning in Week 10. Elsewhere, Kirk Cousins tore apart a putrid Saints defense and honored his dad, who is fighting cancer, with the game ball. Meanwhile, Bears tight end Martellus Bennett laid into the Rams following Chicago's convincing win in St. Louis.
Here are 13 landmarks around the world that were lit up in red, white and blue to honor victims of the Paris attacks.
R.I.P. Don Vito
Vincent Margera, aka Don Vito, passed away on Sunday. Bam Margera's uncle and the beloved reality TV star was only 59.
Lovely Lady of the Day
Your LLOD on this mid-November Monday morning is the beautiful Nina Dobrev. (Click here for full-size gallery.)
Does anyone else want a spider monkey after watching this cuddly guy greet a journalist with a long hug?
The reactions from Ronda Rousey's shocking loss to Holly Holm kept pouring in late Saturday and into Sunday, with Floyd Mayweather and Laila Ali joining the taunting party. Donald Trump and Lady Gaga were among those who also mocked the former undisputed champ. Rousey didn't seem to care though, providing a health update on Sunday and promising that "she'll be back."
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Cure Romo, Cut Hardy. Done.
This season, Cowboys haven't won a game without Tony Romo, nor a game with Greg Hardy.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2015
Odds and Ends
England wants its soccer fans to sing the French national anthem this week ... Bo Pelini losing his mind is among the best college football Vines from a wild weekend ... Paulina Gretzky's most stunning Instagram photos ... Was Jerry Seinfeld undateable? Here are eight reasons he might have been ... High school football coach and AD fight in front of students ... Madonna delivered a powerful speech about the Paris attacks during her concert in Stockholm ... Here are 101 facts about Disney (for no particular reason) ... Baylor's 410-pound TE LaQuan McGowan scored again and also punked the referee ... Clemson's equipment manager threw a football from the Carrier Dome's upper deck into a trash can ... Apparently half a million New Yorkers are depressed.
Oh, the Good 'Ol Days
It's unclear how much injuries negatively affected his atrocious performance on Sunday but remember when Peyton Manning was actually good?
Hill Does It Again
Ravens defensive back Will Hill has been known to lay down the hammer and he did so again on Sunday, body slamming Jaguars return man Bryan Walter in ruthless fashion.
SNL Prays for Paris
In case you missed it, Saturday Night Live paid tribute to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks and their loved ones during its opening segment.
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