Another great Sunday of football is in the books and there's so much to discuss that I must use the ellipses format. The Cowboys left the Seahawks players frustrated, though not as frustrated as the Seattle fans who had to sit through the entire Bengals-Panthers overtime before their affiliates were allowed to switch to the in-progress Cowboys-Seahawks broadcast ... The Chargers team bus got egged as it pulled up to the O.co Coliseum in Oakland. Perhaps it was Raiders superfan Tiger Woods ... Seahawks center Clint Gresham was not very subtle as he checked out Fox' Charissa Thompson on the sideline ... Bengals rookie Jeremy Hill busted out the Ickey Shuffle after a fourth-quarter touchdown ... Brandon Marshall had the stiff-arm of the season, which you can see in the photo above ... Julius Thomas scored his ninth touchdown of the season, then commented (with his own unique language) on how easy it is to score against the Jets ... Some potential Lovely Ladies of the Day enjoyed the Dolphins game ... Rob Gronkowski thinks his offensive line should get paid (or something like that) after yesterday's victory over Buffalo, while Bill Belichick is still cursing at his press conference microphone. And the happiest news of the weekend -- an Eagles fan has been reunited with his stolen prosthetic leg after it was discovered on the subway around midnight.
College Football Round-Up
Since nearly 48 hours have passed since Saturday, I'm not going to do an in-depth college football recap. As always, I suggest you check out Martin Rickman's Between the Hashes and Andy Staples' Punt, Pass and Pork to catch up on everything. My three favorite items from Saturday are Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun suplexing Purdue back Akeem Hunt, Arkansas coach Bert Beliema wearing sandals to an interview on the SEC Network and this flop by LSU safety Jamal Adams. Vlade Divac would be proud.
The Most Important Sports Event of the Weekend
Congrats to Jesse Wall and Christina Arsenault, who captured first place at the 15th North American Wife-Carrying Championship in Newry, Maine.
Lovely Lady of the Day
Josh from Williamsburg wants to see more Martha Hunt, and seeing as I haven't featured her in a few months, it's a perfect suggestion (click here for full-size gallery). She may even be part of the 2015 SI Swimsuit Issue.
Lovely Man of the Day
Mavs forward Chandler Parsons responded to Rick Carlisle's claim that he bulked up too much and had to lose weight by posting this shirtless photo of himself on Instagram. Carlisle then issued an apology for the comment, noting that Parsons is "one of our hardest working players and the kind of high character person we strive to bring to our city and franchise.”
NBA Oldest Players, Then and Now
Here's a look at the NBA's elder statesman, and how they've transformed from their rookie year until now.
From the SI Vault
Reggie Theus gives Anthony Anderson a lecture about the dangers of smoking during a Sept. 1997 episode of Hang Time. Theus turns 57 today and I really miss Hang Time. For more classic photos, TNBC and otherwise, visit the SI Vault on Twitter.
Odds & Ends
The Cardinals defeated the Giants on a Kolten Wong walk-off home run ... I love this shot Phil Jackson took at Spike Lee and his basketball knowledge ... President Obama completed his 200th round of golf since taking office in 2008 ... Photos: Katy Perry and Sports ... The White House is being petitioned to pardon Georgia RB Todd Gurley ... Bill Self recreated Andrew Wiggins' amazing draft night outfit during Kansas' 'Late Night in the Phog' ... Billy Eichner is angry at Burger King for stealing his act in its latest commercial ... Uncle Buck is being made into a TV show, but not everyone is happy about it ... The new Apple Watch makes it first appearance on a magazine cover ... Brigitte Nielsen enjoys her vodka ... Wine lovers are very happy about this new invention.
Shut Up and Drive
How Did This Happen?
White Chocolate Still Has It
Jason Williams shows off his skills at the Orlando Pro-Am (H/T Sports Kings)
One Bright Spot for Michigan
It's been a disappointing season for Michigan fans but there's one bright spot. Kick returner Dennis Norfleet dances to George Clinton’s Atomic Dog while waiting for play to resume.