Wow, the response to the first round of this tournament has been great! Let's keep it up!
Coincidentally, two Giants made it into this tournament, so I split them up in the same way that UEFA divides clubs from the same country in its Champions League tournament (OK, I'm a soccer fan, please don't hold it against me. I do own a Mia Hamm RC, if that helps change you opinion.)
As a Claymanimated Mills Lane said so many times in the late 1990s, "Let's get it on!"
#119 Terry Forster
The pose says it all. Terry reminds me of a southern good ol' boy, and to a greater extent, that blind DJ guy from Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? who made George Clooney sing into a can. I can't determine whether Forster's smarmy expression and pencil chew makes me think he uttered of the following phrases:
"That's some mighty fine a 'pickin' and a' singin'."
"Woo-wee, baby, why don't you bring your durlin' little self over here."
Clearly, Terry's posture indicates that he's hitting on a high school-aged female wearing a shirt with a pattern resembling that of a tablecloth. Or Steven Root.
#445 Al Holland
I hereby coin the phrase "magnetic hair." Without even the tiniest shred of doubt, Holland modeled his hairstyle after Wooly Willy, the novelty toy character whose hair consisted of iron filings and could be manipulated with a magnetic wand. It must have been confusing for his teammates, what with the way his appearance changed on a daily basis according to the whims of a seven-year-old who was just well-behaved enough to earn a dollar store toy after a visit to the dentist. I'm dying to style this man's hair. Someone with more know-how than me needs to manufacture this product.