It was a week of ridiculous comebacks, poorly-managed defeats and most of all, riveting football. For Vikings and Cowboys fans, it was an unmitigated disaster. For Texan and Bears fans, the hype machine for the postseason is already revved up. And for those looking for the best visual representations of the week's action, look no further.
It's not about whether you win or lose, it's about how you look while screaming at the refs from the stands. We've seen a plethora of crazy costumes, bizarre outfits and outlandish apparel while covering the NFL, and with the 2011 season finally right on the horizon, here's a peek at some of our favorites through the years.
The title of this gallery almost speaks for itself. Manny Ramirez, a player as equally likely to be applauded for his talent and condemned for his antics, is now a member of the Chicago White Sox. Take a trip down memory lane with Manny by your side. Just be warned, he'll have to take a call in the Green Monster at some point.
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