Check out these awesome—maybe borderline-creepy—Eli Manning and Dak Prescott bobblehead dolls

If you’re looking for last-minute gift ideas to finish up your holiday shopping, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum—which I just discovered is very much a real place and somewhere I must visit ASAP—has a few options.
Today the museum released new limited-edition bobbleheads, including NFL quarterbacks Eli Manning and Dak Prescott sporting their college jerseys from Ole Miss and Mississippi State, respectively.
(OK, pause for a second. Everyone loves a good bobblehead doll, but can we all agree there’s not a single one in existence that doesn’t look low-key terrifying? I can also hear all of you saying, “But hold on a second, Alex! It’s all in good fun! Bobbleheads! Fun! DID I MENTION BOBBLEHEADS!”)
Manning, a two-time Super Bowl MVP for the New York Giants who recently saw the end of his 13-year starting streak, is one of Ole Miss’ all-time legendary quarterbacks, leading the Rebels to a Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma State at the end of his senior season.
Prescott led the Bulldogs to its most successful year in program history in 2014 and ended up being a major NFL standout during his rookie season with the Cowboys when he replaced Tony Romo as starting quarterback.
“We’re excited to release these bobblehead featuring two of the greatest collegiate football players to have played in the state of Mississippi,” said Phil Sklar, co-founder and CEO of the bobblehead museum.
There are only 2,017 officially licensed bobbleheads for each player, and they’re currently on sale for $40 each. You can only buy them through the Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, which again is a VERY REAL PLACE, so get on it.

News

Mississippi national park commemorates Juneteenth with luminaria display

News

Watermelon truck fully engulfed in flames keeps Mississippi firefighters busy

News

Manhunt for ‘armed and dangerous’ murder suspect under way from Oklahoma to Alabama

News

Mississippi man arrested, accused of stealing from construction site

News

Popular Mississippi catfish restaurant closes after report of rodents, wastewater leads to failing health inspection

News

Mississippi woman charged with murder of 2-year-old daughter who officials say was ‘forcibly drowned’

News

Mississippi police searching for group of males who attacked victim with bat, robbed him of money and then shot him multiple times

News

Mississippi officials looking for culprits after new outboard motor stolen from boat

News

Mississippi teen charged with rape and burglary after reported sexual assault

News

Mississippi postal worker ordered to repay $80,000 she stole from taxpayers

News

Mississippi man pleads guilty to making antisemitic calls to Pennsylvania Jewish businesses, synagogues

News

Prison safety concerns raised after report of inmate death shows Mississippi man had meth in system while behind bars

News

Three Mississippi teens killed in late night wreck, four others injured in two-vehicle crash

News

Small-town SCORE! New Chick-fil-A coming to Mississippi town with less than 5,000 people

News

15-year-old Mississippi girl arrested after she reportedly attacked sleeping mother with knife

News

U.S. military community mourns death of leader at Mississippi’s Camp Shelby Training Center

News

Two men arrested in Texas for murder at Mississippi convenience store

News

Mississippi man dies in drowning in waters along Alabama beach

News

Major League Baseball fans mourn former player who died in Mississippi interstate crash

News

Two-year-old Mississippi boy killed in accidental shooting

News

Officials: Mother of abducted child found dead in Mississippi woods likely died from numerous stabbings

News

Mississippi engineers developing a device to microdose LSD, other psychoactive drugs

News

One dead in fiery crash involving three cars, two 18-wheelers on Mississippi interstate

News

Mississippi sheriff: One killed after domestic situation turns into abduction before ending in gunshots