Maria Menounos Named MVP of Madden NFL Pigskin Pro-Am

Maria Menounos Named MVP of Madden NFL Pigskin Pro-Am Maria Menounos is a legitimate two-way player.

Not only did the Access Hollywood hostess, Medford, Mass., native and Boston sports super-fan “sack” future Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner in the opening minutes of Sunday’s Madden NFL Pigskin Pro-Am, she scored a touchdown as well.

Maria even thinks she actually scored two and isn’t getting the credit she deserved.

However many points she put up, her performance was outstanding, earning her the Old Spice MVP award.

This was a story of redemption for Menounos, who dropped a potential Joe Montana touchdown pass in last year’s event.

“I was devastated, so this year, I grabbed Joe Montana and told him
that there will be redemption this year. ‘I will catch your pass if it’s
the last thing I do,’ I told him,” said Menounos.

As for getting to Warner, Maria said it was an act of god

“I don’t know how it happened,” she told the Boston Herald. “But it was hard for him to
get away from me. It was like God said to me, ‘You are going to be a
football star today,’ and I was. I caught it every time. I swear I could
have lifted a house that day.”

Confident in the afterglow of her performance, Menounos even said she could fill in for the Pats if Wes Welker can’t go.

“I think I could catch Tom Brady,” asserted Menounos.

Both Blindside star Quinton Aaron and Menounos played in the MLB All-Star celebrity softball game just one month ago, firmly entrenching themselves on the celebrity sports circuit.

After her success, we can probably expect to see her at the NBA Celebrity All-Star game too come January.

“I did it for all the girls who never got passed the ball,” Maria said.

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