We have Christmas fever here at KSK (at least I hope it's Christmas fever, otherwise another trip to the Men's Free Clinic may be in order). The commercial landscape is awash with officially-licensed NFL miscellanea. So before you waste your hard-earned on inferior crap, be sure to read KSK's Holiday Gift Guide.
Tony Romo's ascendancy has Cowboys fans talking playoffs and beyond once again, and we all know how overbearing Dallas fans can be. Chances are, you know at least one Cowboy fan who, needs a little humility these days. Well look no further:
Behold how this handsome conversation piece functions as both a precision chronograph and lasting reminder of the heady days when the Rushmoresque troika of Testaverde, Keyshawn and Eddie George served as the cogs of the Dallas Football Machine. (A similar Jeremy Shockey clock is available for all the Giants fans on your shopping list. Caveat emptor, however, the Shockey Clockey would not make a good gift for Mr. Shockey himself since, you know, it's not digital and someone would have to tell time for him.)
[Note: looks like MJD and I have similar tastes in haberdashery, not to mention tastes in punchlines involving Matt Millen. I don't know if that is good for me or bad for MJD.]
Time was only cool guys like GI Joe, Evel Knievel and Han Solo got their own action figures. Now thanks to uber-nerd Todd McFarlane, just about any fringe pop culture luminary can get their own fully-poseable collectible which will be snapped up by thousands of fanboy
Note: Don't let this merriment and jocularity detract you from the real reason for the holidays:
Photo from Howl @ the Moon