1. Can You Tell Brees How To Get To Sesame Street?

Drew Brees went on Sesame Street to teach kids about measuring stuff. The end product was Breesy sporting an awesome shirt, measuring things with potatoes, and looking really, really happy to be chillin' with Elmo. So basically it was exactly what you would expect from Drew Brees on Sesame Street, except for the measuring things with potatoes part, because seriously Drew and Elmo, no one does that. Stalks of celery are way more effective if we're talkin' vegetation as units of measurement.

2. Weirdest Bowl Game Names

Bowl Season is only a couple of weeks a way, so to celebrate, here’s a list of the top 10 most ridiculous Bowl Game Names this year. I’m still confused as to how there’s a "Belk Bowl" and a "SD County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl" but no "Tebowing Tebow Bowl." Maybe next year.

3. News Flash: Christmas Not Merry If You're A Mets Fan

All I want for Christmas is to not be a Mets fan anymore. Seriously. These festive newspaper headlines say it all. In my house of sad, pathetic, deluded Mets fans, every Christmas our caroling goes something like, "Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat, please put a penny in the old man’s hat, EXCEPT WAIT DON'T, because the Mets need it."

4. SEC In Muppet Form

Ever wondered who the schools in the SEC would be if they were Muppets? Who am I kidding? Who hasn't wondered that?

5. "Lob City!!"

So there’s video of the moment when Blake Griffin finds out that Chris Paul is going to the Clippers. Spoiler Alert: He's pumped. My favorite part is when, after their initial celebratory air-jump-body-pound thing, Griffin just keeps spontaneously leaping. I sense a Lob City Bromance on the horizon.

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