Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/15/11
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It’s been about a year when we first became acquainted with the MILF-y pornstar named Diamond Foxxx. Two things caught our eye. First, our office spent the better part of a week trying to figure out a total price on the plastic surgery Diamond has gone through. And the other ‘thing’ was her rabid fanaticism towards the Steelers. She ran this BJ contest where one lucky fan was ‘awarded a gift’ if the Steelers won the Super Bowl.

Of course Aaron Rodgers ruined that fun. Well, she’s back & LaMarr Woodley’s sack total is very important.

Before you idiots even start in with “Bro, her face looks like it’s been smacked with a iron skillet,” you must understand that we’re not here for looks. It’s all about the storyline. You guys like your pornstars a certain way. Some guys prefer Foxxx. Others, well, don’t.

Anyway, Diamond is running a contest this year where she’ll have sex with a lucky fan if Woodley gets 15 sacks. Yes, it’s the best OVER/UNDER in sports history, except in this game you win on a PUSH.

Woodley has 9 sacks but has been sidelined with hamstring issues. But Dick LeBeau says his linebacker could be back after the Steelers bye week to face the Chiefs.

LaMarr Woodley said he did some light jogging before Sunday’s game at Paul Brown Stadium, and the Steelers are hopeful the outside linebacker will return to action after this week’s bye.

When asked if he anticipates having Woodley and Harrison when the Steelers visit the Kansas City Chiefs on Nov. 27, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau said, “I think so.”

This is great news for those of you who might root for a team that’s already out of the playoff picture. Root for the Rams? Seahawks? Cardinals? Need a storyline to keep you interested in late November football? Diamond Foxxx’s contest will be great fodder for the bar.

Woodley’s career-high sack total is 13.5 back in 2009. The Steelers still have Colt McCoy (twice), Bengals, Rams, Chiefs and 49ers. This could come down to a New Year’s Day thriller against the Browns. Don’t even tell us you won’t be glued to that game if LaMarr is anywhere close to 15.

[@DiamondFoxxx]  [@LaMarrWoodley]


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