The New York Post's Jessica Simpson look-alike :: Courtesy of New York Post
You may think Eli Manning, Amani Toomer and the defense were the reasons the Giants beat the Cowboys yesterday. But the New York Post wants some credit, too. The paper sent a Jessica Simpson look-alike to the game and put her in the third row on the 50-yard line to distract Tony Romo. The story, video and photos can all be found here.
We try to stay away from posting videos that are six minutes long, but this one is worth it. Two friends made a bet on which team would have more wins, the Vikings or Browns. The loser had to get his belly button pierced. And it's all caught on video -- with Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and It's Raining Men playing in the background. Oh, and the loser now has three pink hearts hanging from his belly button. (Thanks to Marty S. of Hardwick, Vt., for sending us the link.)
Athletes aren't the only ones accused of being involved with performance-enhancing drugs. Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Timbaland and Wyclef Jean have been named in an Albany-based investigation of steroids trafficking.
The Ghosts of Wayne Fontes gears up for the return of Lost by penning its own version of the show using sports figures in the roles of the castaways. (Warning: Link contains strong language).
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