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WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not
Edited by Kostya Kennedy
October 18, 2004
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October 18, 2004

Who's Hot Who's Not

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WHO'S Hot

Marc Bulger

Rams QB attends presidential debate, then makes statement of his own: throwing for three late TDs to rally Rams to win. Bulger was coy about where he sat at the debate ("on the right side of the aisle ... that could mean the correct side"), but receiver Shaun McDonald was frank in giving Bulger the endorsement every pol wants: "He's just a leader."

Sirius

Satellite radio system that has football deities John Madden and Tom Brady pitching its NFL package lands Howard Stern, who'll bring his locker-room language out of the reach of the FCC.

Caretaker Quarterbacks

The Chargers' Drew Brees and the Giants' Kurt Warner were only expected to keep their pockets warm for young guns Philip Rivers and Eli Manning. Now they're a combined 7--3, Brees is coming off a two-TD day, and the kids are on the sidelines taking notes.

Daunte Culpepper

Feelin' blue about the Twins' getting bounced and the Gophers' losing to Michigan? Culpepper's five-touchdown day, including a bomb to win in OT, is the cure. Sprint even has a new cellphone "ring"-- Culpepper's voice saying, "Pick up your phone, it's game time, baby."

Celebrity Justice

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