In this video, players debate with their teammates during media week over who has the best hair in the Super Bowl.
Surprisingly, the name you hear from almost every Ravens player is Matt Birk.
But can he beat the 49ers Isaac Sopoaga?
Compared to several of Schick’s other offerings, I wasn’t very impressed with the Xtreme3 Fitstyle Refresh. I found it to be incredibly stiff, like Newt Gingrich at a Wham reunion concert, because it didn’t move with the contours of my face at all.
According to the packaging the razor came in, the Fitstyle Refresh is the “#1 flexible blade disposable razor.” But I wouldn’t agree it all; I don’t even think it’s the #1 disposable razor in its own family, sort of like Emilio Estevez. There is no way it is better than the Schick Xtreme3 (Martin Sheen) or the Schick Hydro 5 Power Select (Charlie Sheen).
After an uninspired loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game, the Patriots face a slew of huge personnel decisions, but none bigger than what to do with wide receiver Wes Welker.
Welker famously began promoting a hair rejuvenation procedure called “hair restoration surgery” he undertook prior to the season to restore his hair.
Now that his hair situation is solid, where will he play next year? Fresh off receiving the Franchise Tag for this season, it is unlikely he would get tagged again next year for roughly $11 million. But, at 32, is a long term deal in the works?
I’ve always found it interesting that Tom Brady and his perfect hair relied on Welker so frequently. In the hair hall of fame, Brady would be a first ballot inductee. But he wouldn’t have gotten there without Welker.
No matter what happens, Welker is a multi- million”hair” with great hair. He will be fine. But can we say the same about the Patriots?
Ravens fan James E. Long did his best impression of the Baltimore Ravens logo with his hair. It reminds me of this optical illusion because I just can’t seem to see it right. One thing that won’t be an optical illusion is seeing a Harbaugh brother on each sideline during the Super Bowl as they become the first pair of brothers to oppose each other on the NFL’s grandest stage.
And no one is happier than James E. Long.
There’s just something about a great beard that gets both the ladies, and fellow dudes, heads to turn. Jack Passion, who plays a large role in the men’s grooming documentary Mansome, explains it rather eloquently here.
Passion, considered by many to be America’s greatest “beardsman”, is the only American to ever win first place at the German Beard and Moustache Championships. He is also a multiple world champion in the “Natural Full Beard” category. Passion asserts in the film that a man’s natural state is to be bearded, and therefore should be embraced.
If you haven’t seen Mansome, you should.