Hot Clicks: NFL Week 4 roundup, highlights; Kelly Kelly released by WWE
This Is One Of The Best Players In Baseball
Mike Trout :: via @BarryEnright45
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Angels outfielder Mike Trout is the youngest player in baseball history to have a 30-30 season and is in a battle with Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera for AL MVP. However, as you can see above, that doesn't mean his teammates won't subject the 21-year-old to the same hazing that all rookies endure. Yes, the Angels had all of their rookies dress in diapers.
NFL RoundupTom Brady had some colorful words after replay held up a Patriots touchdown. ... CBS gave the refs, including Ed Hochuli, doing the Bengals-Jaguars game the full introduction treatment. ... The Rams pulled off a sweet fake field goal for a touchdown. ... Bengals defensive lineman Domata Peko whipped out the Gangnam Style sack dance after taking down Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert. ... Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas had a big whoopsie.
College Football RoundupWest Virginia's J.D. Woods had the second-best one-handed catch of the weekend. ... Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Anthony Amos had the best one-handed catch of the weekend. ... Duke running back Jela Duncan thought he was on his way to a touchdown when the play was called dead because a Wake Forest defensive player ripped off his helmet. ... Condolences to anyone who bet Florida State this weekend.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Kelly Kelly :: Cooper Neill/Getty ImagesGot lots of e-mails over the weekend asking me to feature Kelly Kelly after the WWE Diva (and NHL WAG) was released by the WWE on Friday. She'll be missed, so consider the request done.
This Is Why We Love CelebrationsYou never know what can happen when a player showboats. Atlantic Junior Hockey League player Taylor Cox proved this over the weekend when he went flying through the glass after scoring a goal. (Thanks to Derek Loville, of, Astoria, for the link.)
Sports Video Of The DayWith all due respect to the NFL and college football, the sports highlight of the weekend came from Nationals outfielder Michael Morse, who hit a grand slam that was called a single, and then later ruled a grand slam. I have to warn you, though, the clip is almost destroyed by Nats play-by-play man Bob Carpenter, who managed to be as annoying and unfunny as a person can possibly be in a four-minute span.
Justin Bieber Video Of The DayThe Biebs threw up on stage during a concert this weekend.