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Hot Clicks: Asha Leo; Baron Davis to make documentary on men's fashion

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Even the NFL's website is caught up in Tebow-mania. In the weekly power rankings found on, the Broncos are nowhere to be found. "Tebow," however, comes in at No. 21.

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Baron Davis will spend his time during the lockout making a documentary titled "American Schlub." The film will be about how men don't know how to dress. Seriously.

The Next Michael Moore?

Despite increasing fines, Bears wide receiver Earl Bennettwon't stop wearing orange cleats.

Speaking Of Men's Fashion...

Paul, of Madison, Wis., says, "Jimmy, I was channel surfing and came across Mad Max on BBC America. Well, the movie was actually hosted by a young lady named Asha Leo. Feel free to share her with Hot Clicks Nation. She's got great dimples in her cheeks and the cute little British accent." I thank Paul for his in-depth report. More importantly, Asha Leo gets today's LLOD honors.

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Asha Leo :: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Texans offensive lineman Eric Winston joined the latest edition of the podcast. We discussed the mindset of the team going forward without quarterback Matt Schaub, and what people should expect from backup Matt Leinart. We also talked about Winston's YouTube show, Not Your Ordinary Sports Show, the NFL announcers he likes and dislikes, the personalities of teammates Arian Foster and Brian Cushing and much more. Listen to the podcast below, or download it here.

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In early July, when the story broke about then-Cowboys receiver Roy Williams wanting an engagement ring (that he sent in the mail) back after his proposal was denied, I printed an e-mail from Michael Meyer, of Cleveland, who provided some legal insight. Meyer, at the time, was preparing to take the bar exam. A few readers disagreed with Meyer's information and I posted their e-mails. These guys said Meyer would not pass the bar and was screwed. Well, congratulations are in order for Meyer, because he did pass the Ohio bar.

Fair Is Fair

Wil Whiteman, of Maroa, Ill., says, "I'm a two-time Purple Heart recipient with 17 years in the Navy. Long story short: I proposed to my girlfriend during the Carrier Classic, with a little help from Magic Johnson. My girlfriend, who helped me on the road to recovery from wounds received from small arms and an IED during my tour in Iraq, is a former basketball star at Hofstra University. And yes, we high-fived instead of kissed (I was in uniform). Magic was absolutely gracious. I've been a lifelong Michael Jordan fan but after Magic took the time to come onboard, that has changed. Thanks again to Magic." Doesn't get much better than that.

Proposal Video of the Day