by @TaraLipinsky

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In this week’s That Thing You Missed, find out what Tom Brady said to Gronkowski after Sunday’s amazing catch, what Tony Allen did to a photographer, who Eric Weddle was checking out and why I think the Boston Bruins have big heart.

Trick Or Treat?

Kudos to the Boston Bruins for taking the time out of their busy schedule to visit a children’s hospital for Halloween- bonus points for the players who donned costumes for the special day.

However, I’d be remiss if I didn’t question the costumes of choice – the characters from the insanely popular Disney move, “Frozen.”

A 6-foot-5 defenseman dressed as Elsa?  I thought the point of this visit was to help the children forget about being frightened ‘cause Doug Hamilton in a dress and wig is pretty damn terrifying.

Although something tells me Sean Avery could have pulled that off.

Boston Strong

I love hockey. I’m a huge Rangers and Red Wings fan.  Don’t ask.

So, needless to say I don’t have a lot of love for the Boston Bruins, despite writing two stories in a row about them. 

I am a fan, however, of this Boston Bruin fan happily getting “fist-pumped” by the team as they clear the ice.

If this video doesn’t bring a smile to your face. You are dead inside.

Caught Ya Lookin’

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From the looks of this Tweet San Diego Chargers safety Eric Weddle couldn’t quite keep his eyes off of CBS sideline reporter Jenny Dell. 

I mean; can you blame him?

That being said, and the whole “Movember” movement aside, you don’t have a chance Weddle, at least not until you’re ready to be done with that whole Sasquatch situation you’ve got going on. 

A Very Brady Catch


Proof I am not the only one who is often shocked anyone can catch some of Tom Brady’s passes.

Slap Happy?

Hey Tony Allen, Dennis Rodman wants his move back.

Allen of the Memphis Grizzlies got frustrated after he was called for a foul during a game against the New Orleans Pelicans this week.

So what did he do? Smacked a photographer’s camera while he was holding it- completely unacceptable. 

Apparently the league thought so too and fined Allen $15,000.

Allen also apologized to the photog – Bo Bradley –  who is not holding a grudge.

Too bad Bradley won’t see any of that cash. 

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