LA Clippers center Spencer Hawes has raised the bar immeasurably on holiday fashion by rocking the loudest Christmas suit ever created. That is over 7 feet of Christmas cheer decked out in a full-on wrapping paper explosion.
You may want to rethink that Hawes invite to your ugly Christmas sweater party, as all others have lost before even entering the room. That's no way to spread holiday cheer.
Merry Christmas, y’all!
Main merchandise display at Philly Phaithful's Northern Liberties storefront.
Talk about a throwback--any guesses as to what exactly transpired to get this spread of top NFL talent from back in the day--Peyton Manning, Michael Strahan, Roy Williams, Tony Gonzalez--into this clothing and these poses? Were the late 90s/early 2000s really this bad in terms of fashion, or were these looks served up special for the Flea Flicker World Tour?
The Riddell Revolution Speed helmet. It doesn't look so bad to me...
There are times when function trumps fashion. Ensuring the safety of your brain is among those occasions.
After suffering two concussions over the course of three games, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is switching to the Riddell Revolution Speed helmet for game day. Why? Because it ranks highly in concussion tests.
Andy Dalton, quarterback of the Bengals
Week 10 in the NFL draws to a close this evening with the Monday Night Football matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs. But I can already name football's winner of the week--the Cincinnati Bengals. The team pulled off a remarkable upset over the reigning Super Bowl champions, the New York Giants, by a score of 31-13.
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