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Hot Clicks: Andy Reid song; Calvin Johnson dunk; Stephanie Garcia

Wrapping Up The Weekend
Calvin Johnson :: AP


Guyism.com has the 20 best sports GIFs from the weekend while SportsPickle.com has the headlines that should be on NFL.com today.
Leftovers
Here are some links from the weekend that didn't make today's A.M. Hot Clicks. Nascar's Brad Keselowski gave a must-see interview Sunday after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. ... LeBron James dissed a guy who thought he was a getting a high five on Friday (and it was awesome). ... Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs went one-handed for the catch of the weekend. ... Kent State running back Dri Archer had the most impressive touchdown run of the weekend. ... Georgia Southern cornerback Valdon Cooper had the nastiest injury of the day (You won't want to see if a finger bent in a disturbing will make you squeamish.)
Reason 3,952,651 Why Facebook Is The Worst
ESPN posted a picture of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III holding an American flag with the caption "'Merica" on its Facebook page today. The World Wide Leader's Facebook fans had no clue that 'Merica' is used all over the Internet. They reacted with rage and venom.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Stephanie Garcia :: YouTube


Tommy Dufano, of Madison, says, "Jimmy, big time Hot Clicks fan here. You gotta hook your boy up with some Stephanie Garcia action. She's the super-hot girl from the Guinness Black lager commercial. Trust me, you won't be disappointed!" Alex S., of Fairfax, Va., says, "Jimmy, been seeing a lot of these Guinness Black Lager commercials on TV in recent days. Not a huge fan of the actual drink, but the actress in it is smoking. I think her name is Stephanie Garcia. Probably hasn't been a LLOD before. If not, she has more than enough to make it." Here is the commercial these two gentlemen have referenced. After seeing it, Stephanie Garcia was a layup for today's LLOD honors.
Tattoo Of The Day
While I appreciate the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign" (it's my Twitter background), Floyd Mayweather's likeness is going too far.
Feel Good Story Of The Day
Great job here by Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who recently surprised a cancer survivor and spent time hanging out with her. (Thanks to Dan Lopez, of Milwaukee, for the tip.)
Sports Video Of The Day
Eagles coach Andy Reid gets the Taylor Swift treatment in We Are Never Ever Gonna Win With Andy.

Live Video Of The Day
Long drive champion Jamie Sadlowski broke the Golf Channel's simulator last week.

Flashback Video Of The Day
You guys loved the old-school CD compilation commercials I posted last week. Here's a news report from 1991 on the dangers of ... Nintendo. (Thanks to John, of Inman Park, Ga., for the video.)

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