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Hot Clicks: Chiefs-Steelers celebrations, bizarre penalty; Rihanna in GQ

If Only They Played As Well As They Celebrate
Chiefs :: AP


The Chiefs haven't had anything to celebrate this season, so you can't blame them for busting out all their choreographed moves last night against the Steelers despite losing in overtime. First, we had Chiefs defensive lineman Justin Houston and Tamba Hali doing a Kid 'n Play dance. Then we had the whole defense gyrating in the end zone after returning a fumble for a touchdown ... which ended up not counting, but that's just a minor detail.
Great Sequence
Steelers offensive lineman Willie Colon was penalized last night for cursing at an official. It was the first time I can remember a referee actually giving that explanation for a flag. Obviously, this didn't sit well with the fans in Pittsburgh. Naturally, after the cursing penalty, the television cameras quickly panned a gentleman emphatically giving the refs the finger.
How Embarrassing
I've said this before and I'll say it again: Twitter makes people lose their minds. (Hey, by the way, follow me on Twitter.) Let me present to you another example. Rick Reilly, who reportedly has a five-year, $10 million contract with ESPN and has won the National Sportswriter of the Year Award 11 times, got caught live on the air following the Chiefs-Steelers last night asking Stuart Scott to give him credit for breaking a story ON TWITTER that he did not even break.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Rihanna :: Mario Sorrenti / GQ.


Rihanna just did this photoshoot for GQ and the picture above is pretty much the only one safe enough for Hot Clicks.
Rant Of The Day
In case you missed it on Sunday, NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski had an expletive-filled tirade against his fellow drivers for basically trying to kill each other.
Tattoo Of The Day
A Texas A&M fan got the final score of Saturday's upset win over Alabama tattooed on his buttocks.
Wheel Of Fortune Video Of The Day
Here's a funny puzzle guess, followed by an embarrassing miss.

Nina Agdal Video Of The Day
This new video is for my friend and Hot Clicks fill-in, Andy Gray (aka, @SI_Vault.)

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