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NFL QB's And Their Muppet Look-Alikes

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Some of those are amazing - Manning and Johnny Fiama is a good one, Rodgers and Chester (the eyes!)... I felt bad about the Luck one, but it did make me laugh.

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Alex Smith as... bats? Lol wha? I gotta say, Phillip Rivers as Angry Miss Piggy is spot on!

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that was great, thanks for posting . . . for the most part they were spot on . . . :) . . .

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This isn't Muppet related, but I've always thought Flacco looked like Bert from Sesame Street.

It would have been cool if there was some cheesy photo from Peyton & Eli's past wso if they ever go the Sesame Street route they could use Bert & Ernie,

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