October 24, 2007
1 Tom Brady

He notched a perfect quarterback rating against the Dolphins, was called "the best quarterback in the world" by Bill Clinton over dinner and got cozy with supermodel girlfriend Gisele Bundchen on the beach afterwards. You know, just another weekend in the life of Mr. Perfect.

2 Ronaldinho

When you're the best soccer player in the world you don't do anything halfway. That includes partying so hard that you get dropped from your team's lineup. Some highlights from Ronaldinho's infamous night out include asking a security guard for 40 condoms and not leaving the club until 11 am.

3 Charlie Weis

The big man has turned Notre Dame from a BCS team to the laughing stock of college football in a matter of two years. The only thing worse than their diminishing results on the field is their shrinking numbers in the ratings.

4 Colts

We can't recall the last time a defending Super Bowl champion started its season 6-0 (riding an 11-game winning streak since last year), yet was completely overshadowed by the team it beat in the playoffs (New England) the year before. They'll have a chance to do something about that next week.

5 Soulja Boy

Everyone is doing the dance these days. Devin Hester before returning a punt for a touchdown, Texas players on the sideline during a game even Sebastian the Ibis while he cheers on the Hurricanes. But the dance's days may be numbered now that Wisconsin basketball coach Bo Ryan got into the mix.

6 Rick Reilly/Dan Patrick

Two of the biggest sports media personalties announced they were moving on to new gigs.

7 NFL Draft

Not that they'd take advantage of it, but draftniks can finally make plans for Saturday night following the draft. The NFL spared living room GMs from sitting through an eight-hour first round and an extended third round by trimming the time between picks and moving the last five rounds to Sunday.

8 Tony Romo

The Cowboys QB may be on the opposite ends of this poll compared to Brady, but he's doing his best to catch up. He has Dallas sitting pretty at 6-1 heading into its bye, and he always seems to be sitting with pretty women, whether it's Carrie Underwood, or his new flavor of the month, Sophia Bush.

9 Rudy Giuliani

No one doubts Giuliani's loyalty to the Yankees, but you have to wonder about any Yanks fan who says he's rooting for the Red Sox to win the World Series. Forget about league and division allegiances; under no circumstances should any Yankees fan ever root for the Red Sox and vice versa.

10 David Beckham

After winning five straight games without Becks to put themselves back in the playoff hunt, the Galaxy go winless to close out the season with "Golden Balls" in uniform. Oh well, at least he now has more time to hang out with Tom Cruise.

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