While most media outlets will be gushing over the Cowboys come-from-behind win in the final seconds at Detroit, the big story coming out of Week 14 has to be Ed Hochuli and his puzzling hidden biceps.
In a dramatic turn of events, the house-throwing stud of a referee opted for long sleeves to cover up his hulking arms Sunday, causing a wave of disappointment and depression felt by thousands of women across the country, and probably even a few dudes.
While some may point to the fact he was working a game under the extremely chilly conditions in Green Bay, others will be quick to point out the playoff game Hochuli worked there in 2003 in which he famously reffed an entire game shirtless.
Those in attendance at Lambeau Field on Sunday expressed their disappointment.
"It just felt strange," said Steve Stuborfski, "I mean, that's Ed Hochuli out there, the guy boxes kangaroos and bench presses live elephants in his sleep. He could be doing a game on the North Pole and wouldn't need any stinking sleeves. It was bizarre."
Already aware of the outcry, the fan-conscious Hochuli is expected to wear Andre the Giant's black Tarzan trunks next week to make up for the incident.