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Remember when the Colts' QB couldn't win the big one? It's reconsideration time. With Sunday's victory over the Jets—in which top target Reggie Wayne (three catches, 55 yards) was stranded on Revis Island—Peyton has a record seven 300-yard playoff games and two spectacular postseason comebacks.
Lock 'em up: NL champion Philadelphia shows its brotherly love by handing lucrative contract extensions to two players in their prime, centerfielder Shane Victorino (right, three years and $22 million) and righthander Joe Blanton (three years, $24 million).
Fountains of Wayne! On Sunday against Hull City, the Manchester United firebrand (right) became the first Red Devil in six years to score four goals in a game, giving him 19 (only four shy of his single-season best) and hoisting his club to the top of the table.
WILD, WEIR STUFF
Be Good, Johnny Weir: this eight-episode Sundance documentary series—a little overexposed, are we? Not for fans of the flamboyant Olympic skating hopeful (right); they can't get enough about his rivalry with Evan Lysacek and spats with Weir's Soviet-style coaches.