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Hot Mess

Letter to Brett Favre

Dear Brett,

Saw this at at the Philadelphia International Airport and thought of you. Wondering if you need a new pair?



Derek Anderson Didn't Win Monday Night Football but Still Gives a Heck of a Performance

If we've learned anything from the 2010 NFL season, we have learned that quarterback meltdowns are awesome. So entertaining. So many implications and subsequent story lines. Quarterback meltdowns equal endless entertainment and delight. Witness the latest subject of QB hot mess-ness: Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson.

Junkgate: The Brett Favre Saga

Brett Favre. 2010 has not been his year. I don't even know where to start. I could and perhaps should devote a blog entirely to the shenanigans in that man's life. However, I will start with the events of summer 2010. Otherwise, we'd be here all day.

Brett Favre's Sexting Controversy, As Seen by Someecards

So much to say about Brett Favre's latest drama, so little time. I have much to say about Brett and the alleged sexting scandal, which I call Junkgate. Sadly, no one thought to coordinate the breaking of this drama with my schedule. A blog post on this topic is forthcoming.

Fashion Offense: Randy Moss

Randy Moss displayed a whole lot of crazy in his post game press conference yesterday after the New England Patriots' defeat of the Cincinnati Bengals. So much going on that I couldn't listen after first the 30 seconds of insanity. All I could do was look. At that outfit. Which had oh so many things going on... I think I am most fascinated by the giant headphones. I mean, what?! No, I'm wrong. The pièce de résistance of this ensemble is the red doo rag. Worn beneath an off-center baseball cap.

Brett Favre: My Favorite Sports Hot Mess Story

Why is Brett Favre such a hot mess? Perhaps the better question is, why does his hot mess-ness fascinate me so much? I suppose it's all human nature. It's hard to turn away from a train wreck. I love football but admittedly don't know a lot about contracts and such--but I simply don't get it. How come the man is allowed to keep his team hostage? Why can he just hang out and miss training came and come back IF he is healthy? Shouldn't he have determined that prior to the start of training camp?!

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