I'm so proud of my mom. She just won an MVP award! Recently Eddie George came up with the NFL Moms Weight Loss Challenge. They competed as teams to see who could lose the most weight. Well, my mom's team won and she was the MVP, having lost 40 pounds during the course of the 2007 NFL season. Congratulations Mom and all the other moms as well. Here's a look at the press release? Nashville, TN ? Feb. 1, 2008: Eddie George, former all-pro running back and current media personality, recently wore a t-shirt on national television that read "I Love Hot Moms!" He surely does, and proved it by guiding 26 members of the NFL's Professional Football Mothers Association to over 200 pounds of weight loss and great lifestyle changes. The mother's will speak of their successes on his radio show on Monday. In September of 2007, Eddie's company, EGX Lifestyle, challenged the moms to change the way they ate, cooked, and exercised. The moms were divided into teams representing the AFC and the NFC. Eddie then devised a 16-week program for them and personally worked them out and monitored them with the help of his staff of professionals. The Results? The NFC won the conference battle, judged by how much weight and/or percentage of body fat lost. However, both teams of ladies are now carrying the proud mantle of "Hot Moms," because they've been changed forever. Constance Davis, mother of Anthony Adams (Chicago Bears), lost 51 pounds; Wilma McNabb, mother of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Donovan McNabb, won the MVP award for her hard work, dedication, and lost of 40 pounds; Mary Gurode, mother of Andre Gurode (Dallas Cowboys), got high-school skinny. The most touching story came from Gladys Bettis, mother of retired NFL star Jerome Bettis. Through the EGX Lifestyle program, she lost over 30 pounds, and in the process, discovered a heart problem that was previously undetected. She ended up having quintuple bypass surgery, a life-saving procedure that may not have been found had she not undertaken Eddie's program with vigor.