Saints reporter Mike Triplett's game ball goes to cornerback Keenan Lewis, who helped to shut down Panthers rookie receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Jonathan Stewart gets the honor from David Newton after gaining 46 yards on eight rushes for a 5.8-yard average.
Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy provided spiritual guidance for quarterback Michael Vick after his felony arrest for operating a dog fighting ring in 2007. So if there’s a guy to go to for canine-Vick related questions, it’s him.
Chevrolet executive Rikk Wilde may have nervously stumbled his way through a corporate promo after the World Series, but atleast he got attention.
The world waited 27 long years, but it finally got what it was waiting for Tuesday night on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"—Mike Tyson fighting himself in the video game, "Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!!" In perhaps the most meta moment of his life, the former heavyweight champion took control of the fighter, Little Mac, in an attempt to knockout his 21-year-old virtual self. Though he tried his darndest, things ultimately didn’t work out:
To say that the Charlotte Hornets—then-Bobcats—have been woeful since Michael Jordan acquired majority ownership of the team in 2010 would be an understatement. Since the 2010-11 season, the then-Bobcats have tallied an abysmal record of 105-207—including a seven-win campaign during the lockout season (2011-12). So yeah, MJ is going to take every win he can get and celebrate them hard.