Word from Enemy Territory, past and future:
Remember Samuel Louis-Charles, the ESPN.com's contest winner who initially felt he owed a present to Dallas quarterback Tony Romo for throwing the interception that lost the Cowboys that Dec. 7 game at Heinz Field and won this North Miami Beach, Fla., UPS package-handler a cool $1 million?
Louis-Charles won the so-named "Streak for Cash" competition by correctly picking 25 questions -- sometimes game outcomes, sometimes weird wagers such as World Series strikeouts. His million-dollar winning wager was a Steelers victory over Dallas, a game broadcast that Louis-Charles turned off with seven-plus minutes remaining and left for a lost cause at 13-3, promptly reporting to work. Without Louis-Charles looking, the Steelers scored 17 points, the last coming on Deshea Townsend's game-winning touchdown return of a Romo overthrow, and the black and gold won him a bunch of green.