Dez Bryant catch/non-catch fallout; Daiane Sodre is Fox-y

You know all about the controversial call on the Dez Bryant catch that was ruled not a catch near the end of the Packers’ 26-21 win against the Cowboys yesterday. The fallout from the play: Lions players (and the team itself) took to Twitter to mock Dallas for getting the short end of the stick; several NFL players weighed in with their opinion of the reversal; Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan poked fun at Cowboys fan Chris Christie; lastly, Dez Bryant shared his thoughts:

After the Colts beat the Broncos to advance to the AFC title game, Indianapolis punter Pat McAfee wanted to remind ESPN about their picks. (In fairness, we missed that one too.)

That’s how Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch welcomed the media to his locker after Seattle beat Carolina on Saturday night. Once again, he gave a memorable interview session consisting of one phrase.

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman wasted no time in trying to capitalize on the touchdown pass he threw to Danny Amendola in New England’s win against Baltimore on Saturday.

Roy Halladay shared this photo of a guy wearing a Roy Halladay shirsey while standing near Roy Halladay.

Hunter Pence (left) spent his Friday night dancing to One Direction.

Streaming just dance 2015 on come watch!

A video posted by Hunter Pence (@hunterpence) on

Forget the NFL playoffs. The most intense fan of the weekend came from Saturday’s Georgia-LSU game.

LeBron James gave the Ohio State football players Beats By Dre headphones in preparation for Monday night’s national title game against Oregon.

Brazilian model Daiane Sodre gets today’s Fox-y Lady honors.

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