Louis Ceaser IV, Playmaker Intern
- OSI UMENYIORA: According to The Trentonian Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora gave their team a emotionally-charged pep talk during half-time that sparked the Defense, who eventually plugged the the Jaguars' offensive assault for the 'W' (24-20). The win gave the G-Men control of their own play-off destiny, as they now share first place in the NFC East with the Eagles.
- RAY LEWIS: The Baltimore Sun recently wrote that RL52 helped families in need by personally handing out 800 turkeys for Thanksgiving in West Baltimore. Much respect. On another note, Lewis recorded 12 tackles on Sunday as the Ravens beat the Tampa Bay Bucs, 17-10 for their eight straight home win.
- DONOVAN MCNABB: The Minnesota Vikings gave interim coach Leslie Frazier his first win as his team held McNabb to 211 yards passing and sacked him four times.
- JONATHAN VILMA: JV recorded 11 tackles in the Saints' Thanksgiving day victory over the struggling Dallas Cowboys, 30-27.
- RAJON RONDO: RR plans to play as many minutes as coach Doc Rivers will allow. Rondo is currently dealing with Plantar Fascilitis ( a chronic foot condition) and recovering from a left hamstring injury. The Celtics (12-4) play the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday.
- YAO MING: According to Hoopsworld.com, Yao looks ready to return to the court. Ming sustained another foot injury only 5 games into the season. The Rockets will need his help in challenging the Lakers for Western conference supremacy.
- BRANDON JENNINGS: Young Buck dropped a nice 27 points along with two rebounds, four assists and three steals in Milwaukee's lost to the Utah Jazz, 109-88. On another note, check out Jennings' new signature watch made by Meister.
- STEVE NASH: According to FanHouse Nash is not concerned about the trade talks and just wants to win. The Suns lost again...this time to the Nuggets 138-133 on Monday, dropping them to a dismal 8-9, overall.
- LOLO JONES: Throwback Video---Lolo Jones blowing away the competition during the Women's 100 meter hurdles Finals at the 2008 Olympic Trials. Click here.