It seems that Mark Sanchez is linked to a new woman every week. However, the Jets quarterback cleared the air Monday night at a Victoria's Secret event, saying, "My serious girlfriend is the Jets, and I'm not really looking for a mistress." Now, a cynic might say, why go to a Victoria's Secret event if you're not looking for a girlfriend (unless you like to look at the lingerie), but I digress. The point here is that since Sanchez went on record about only dating the Jets, we won't make an issue of these pictures of him and model Erin Heatherton from Monday's event.
This Is Not Mark Sanchez's Girlfriend
Erin Heatherton :: George Pimentel/Getty Images
Here's a recap of how athlete candidates fared on Election Day
Winners And Losers
Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva claims that Kevin Garnett called him "a cancer patient" during last night's Pistons-Celtics game. Villanueva expressed his anger about it on Twitter.
Let's Play The Feud
Wizards guard John Wallwas just a tad excited about playing in his team's home opener last night. (Wall lived up to the hype, scoring 29 points, dishing out 13 assists, and recording nine steals.)
Lily Aldridge :: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images
I was fortunate enough to see the new Broadway show, Lombardi, last week. Once I was able to get over the excitement that the dad from The Wonder Years and the mom from Who's the Boss were a few feet away from me, I was able to focus on the play and thoroughly enjoyed it. Dan Lauria, who plays Vince Lombardi, did a great job portraying the complex head coach while Judith Light, who plays Vince's wife Mary, rocked every scene she was in and stole the show. The play centers around a profile that a reporter was assigned to write about Lombardi. I don't want to give anything away, but there are twists and turns along the way, and you're given a detailed look at what motivates Lombardi and how Lombardi operates. If you're any kind of football fan and in the New York area, you should check it out. You can get more information from the show's Web site.
The Perfection Point expands on John Brenkus' work on Sport Science to predict the ultimate feats that humans can achieve. He predicts (among a number of other things) the fastest a human can run and swim, the longest golf drive attainable and the longest home run possible. I have five copies of the book to giveaway. The first five people to answer these three questions correctly get a copy of the book. 1) Was was Andy Roddick's record in the Hot Clicks Celebrity NFL Picks Contest last week? 2) How did New Mexico quarterback Brad Gruner injure himself last week? 3) What caused Andy Murray's recent strained tendon in his right hand?
Giveaway Of The Day
The Perfection Point :: Harper
UPDATE, 2:14 p.m.: Books are gone, contest is over. Thanks for playing.
Loyal members of Hot Clicks Nation know that each week I've been featuring a rapper who sums up the past week in the NFL. Well, we have a new edition to Hot Clicks along those lines. This woman recaps the week, but instead of coming up with original music, she uses a hit song for inspiration.
Sports Video Of The Day
Tons of you e-mailed me this next video, but I need to address Will R., of Davis, Calif., who said, "Jimmy, I think we can agree Bon Jovi is one of the classic, great American bands. No doubt Livin' On a Prayer is an anthem in the truest definition of the word. This guy really brings it up a notch. Tell me I'm wrong." Technically, you're not wrong. He does bring it up a notch. But not as many notches as I bring it up when I perform the legendary tune.
Enthusiastic Fan Video Of The Day