â€¢ SIGNAL TO NOISE believes Redskins owner Dan Snyder is the second coming of Al Davis.
â€¢ Darren Rovell of CNBC bets how many times Peyton Manning’s name will be invoked at the Super Bowl.
â€¢ Meanwhile, BRAHSOME gambles on what tunes will be in Tom Petty’s halftime repetoire.
â€¢ BULLZ-EYE dribbles up a nice chat with Curly Neal of the Harlem Globetrotters.
â€¢ WITH LEATHER gets an eyeful of Wake Forest QB Riley Skinner posing nude.
â€¢ AOL FANHOUSE learns Gilbert Arenas is a big fan of Will Leitch’s new book.
â€¢ Michael Smith of ESPN rings up some stories behind certain Super Bowl jewelry.
â€¢ MONDESI’S HOUSE isn’t amused when Hines Ward whines hard about disrespect.
â€¢ JOE SPORTS FAN would have been happy to spell-check this Pats fan’s Roosevelt Colvin jersey.
â€¢ Meanwhile, PART MULE finds some New England fans getting ahead of themselves by already selling 19-0 t-shirts.
â€¢ HOME RUN DERBY takes a vow, as Twins player Justin Morneau finally found someone to share his new $80 million with.
â€¢ YOU BEEN BLINDED has the arresting story of would-be bank robbers trying to fool the cops with their sports-related code.
â€¢ All this, for a trip to El Paso: LOSER WITH SOCKS follows Dennis Dixon as he plays tour guide for the snazzy Oregon football facilities.