Here's one way to keep your name in the news cycle during the offseason: Repeatedly disparage the best quarterback on the planet.
"He's a cheesehead. I'm a Bear. He's a cheesehead. But I have a lot of respect for his game, I will say that. He's a great quarterback. As a player, I have a lot of respect for him ... but the whole championship belt thing kind of gets on my nerves."
Houston is referring to Rodgers' celebration move in which he pantomimes having a championship belt across his waist. The move, a nod to the world of professional wrestling, is usually reserved for rushing touchdowns and became the centerpiece of an enduring -- or endless, depending on your perspective -- State Farm Insurance ad campaign.
"I didn't really look at him after (the sack), because I don't give two flying (expletive) about him," Houston said after the victory. "I really don't like that guy."
It sounds like these two guys need to get together in a room and find some common ground. Wonder where Lamarr comes down on life on other planets?