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Hot Clicks: January Jones; Bart Scott interview; Albert Pujols contract

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Who would have thought the guy on your right would outplay the guy on the left? But that's what happened Sunday when Mark Sanchez led the nine-point underdog Jets to a win over the Patriots and an unusually-rattled Tom Brady. The Jets, who talked a lot of smack during the week, didn't let up after the game. Jets linebacker Bart Scott had some choice words for Brady and the New England defense after the game in this very high-strung interview. Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards didn't actually trash talk afterwards. He just did some flips. And CBS announcer Jim Nantz got all high and mighty at the end of the game about the Jets having the nerve to celebrate going to the AFC Championship game. Luckily, Phil Simmsset him straight.

The Gift Of Gab

Tom Brady, Mark Sanchez :: Al Bello/Getty Images

Here's the tease on 60 Minutes' website about a story that you might want to watch: "Las Vegas sports betting legend Bill Walters has never had a losing year -- a winning a streak that's made oddsmakers call him the 'most dangerous sports bettor in Nevada.' Lara Logan reports." (Thanks to Cory Davis, of Columbus, Ohio, for the tip.)

Most Impressive Record Ever

Lost amid the NFL playoff madness this weekend was news that Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols, who will become a free agent after this season, told the Cardinals that a new deal has to be in place by the time spring training starts because he will not negotiate during the season. Cardinals fans, specifically the folks behind St. Louis-based website Joe Sports Fan, are already putting together their farewell vidoes, complete with a Sarah McLachlan soundtrack.

This Is Kinda Big News

While Kevin Durant thought Scarlett Johanssonstole the show at the Golden Globes last night, many others thought Mad Men's January Jones was the show-stopper. Personally, I'd say it was a tie between Halle Berry and Sofia Vergara. You can judge for yourself here. And whatever you do, in case you missed it, make sure you watch host Ricky Gervais' opening monologue.

Photo Gallery Of The Day

January Jones :: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

This guy spent two years making a version of Ohio State's Horseshoe-shaped stadium with 1,000,000 legos.

Not Your Typical Replica Stadium

With the Australian Open getting under way last night, here's video of 20th-ranked Ana Ivanovic doing cannonballs.

Having Fun Down Under

Spurs rookie forward Tiago Splitter had a bad finish to a dunk last night. (Thanks to Cody Prieto, of El Segundo, Calif., for the video.)

Sports Video Of The Day

Pee Wee Herman starred in Saturday Night Live's latest digital short, and it was strong.

SNL Video Of The Day