It's bad enough to be an endorser of Uggs. It's even worse to take Uggs and build an inspiring sports movie-style scene around a player receiving them. I can't imagine there has ever been a time when a young undrafted player barely made a team, and had his moment of relief brought to him by a pair of ugly girls shoes. I mean, I've never played in the National Football League, but I have a pretty good feeling that shoes more often worn by an over-tanned college girl at a state school are mocked more than they're revered. But I guess I could be wrong. What do you say, Tom?