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Bill Belichick :: Jim Rogash/Getty Images)Jim Rogash/Getty Images)


The worst two weeks of the year began shortly before 10 p.m. ET last night. There will be nothing but hype and nonsense between now and kickoff of Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, and it will be a close race to see who you will be more sick of between Jim and John Harbaugh or Ray Lewis. But we will get through this together. As for yesterday, we'll start with two coaches who have behavior issues. When the Niners lost a controversial challenge, Jim Harbaugh acted like this. Meanwhile, Bill Belichick blew off CBS for a post-game interview after the Patriots lost to the Ravens, which led to CBS NFL analyst Shannon Sharpe ripping into Belichick.
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This is why you don't trash talk via a billboard. ... One Ravens writer predicted that Baltimore safety Bernard Pollard would take out Patriots running back Steven Ridley 24 hours before it happened. ... The Niners are 4.5 point favorites over the Ravens. ... Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs had some strong words for the Patriots after the game. ... Here's a perfectly timed photo of former San Francisco starting quarterback Alex Smith staring down current San Francisco starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick. ... Falcons defensive back Thomas DeCoud paid tribute to DX with a solid crotch chop after breaking up a pass.
WAG News
Mets third baseman David Wright is now engaged to model Molly Beers.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
April Rose :: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage for Maxim


Aaron, of Atlanta, says, "Jimmy, I'm a diehard Falcons fan, so you can imagine my mood. Plus, it's Monday. Can you please help cheer me up by featuring model April Rose? Well, at least Aaron's pain is a benefit to all of us, because April Rose gets today's LLOD honors.
The Jumbotron Catches All
Manti Te'o's non-existent/back-from-the-dead girlfriend Lennay Kekua was at Saturday's Coyotes-Stars game in Dallas.
Sports Video Of The Day
Baseball lost two legends over the weekend with the deaths of longtime Orioles manager Earl Weaver and Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial. Here is vintage Weaver unloading venom and expletives while arguing with an umpire.

Thank God He's All Right Video Of The Day
It's hard to get more unbelievable than this: A light fixture fell on a high school wrestler over the weekend, who somehow escaped with only stitches.

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