Hot Clicks: Erin Plato; Titans' Chris Johnson rips "fake" fans

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Two of the top fantasy football running backs caused a major stir on Twitter today. The Texans' Arian Foster got thing started by Tweeting a picture of his MRI, with this message: "This is an MRI of my hamstring, The white stuff surrounding the muscle is known in the medical world as anti-awesomeness." This sent those with early draft picks in a tizzy, causing Foster to later Tweet, "If I had a "significant injury" why post it? I'll be fine, it was jus meant to make fun of the whole situation. Humor is lost nowadays." Johnson passed on humor altogether and had this message for fake Titans fans and folks who just want him back on the field for fantasy purposes: "Can these fake Titan fans STFU on my timeline I don't have a regular job so don't compare me to you and I can care less if uthink I'm greedy." Adjust your draft boards accordingly, folks.

All A Twitter

Chris Johnson, Arian Foster :: AP

Ortis Deley is a British broadcaster at the World Track and Field Championships. To say he's, um, not smooth, would be an understatement. His enthusiasm is top notch, but his delivery ... well ... see for yourself.

He Gets An "A" For Effort

Two Louisville (Ohio) high school football players celebrated a touchdown last Friday night by pointing to the sky to honor a friend who had passed away days earlier. The refs then threw a flag for excessive celebration.

A Little Common Sense Would Be Nice

Canadian model Erin Plato, who you can find on Twitter, gets today's LLOD honors.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Erin Plato :: Erin Plato

Paul Pierce and Michael Beasley each missed a game in China recently because of asthma attacks triggered by all the people who smoke in the arenas.

Health Hazard

Here's a youth football referee who likes to dance during games.

I Want To See Ed Hochuli Do This

Browns running back Peyton Hillis thinks he's Chuck Norris.

Sports Video Of The Day

Amy Sedaris , Will Forte and the Late Night host cook hot dogs on a rake. Hilarity ensues. (Thanks to Chris Due, of Lubbock, Texas, for the video.)

Jimmy Fallon Video Of The Day

Watch with jealousy and envy that it's not you doing this.

Human Slingshot Video Of The Day