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Just wondering....Who chooses the sound track for these vids? I'm no prude but...most of them are just plain vulgar.

I've seen it w/ most of the college players too. Do they really send them to pro teams for coach reviews? That would

turn me off to them on certain levels. Just mho.

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Just wondering....Who chooses the sound track for these vids? I'm no prude but...most of them are just plain vulgar.

I've seen it w/ most of the college players too. Do they really send them to pro teams for coach reviews? That would

turn me off to them on certain levels. Just mho.

i just provide the link sorry

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Unfortunately, I removed the video because it had vulgar language. To answer coltsfan's question, these highlight reels are usually made by fans who have access to some good editing software and lots of player film. So the music that is chosen is usually just whatever the fan decides. The video that was up is a re-post of another video with the exact same highlights and the song used in that one was Suga Suga by Baby Bash. I'll see if I can find that one and post it up

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New video has been posted. Same highlights, different (less vulgar) song

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The Princeton Community High School Boys Basketball had several videos like this on youtube a few years back

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Unfortunately, I removed the video because it had vulgar language. To answer coltsfan's question, these highlight reels are usually made by fans who have access to some good editing software and lots of player film. So the music that is chosen is usually just whatever the fan decides. The video that was up is a re-post of another video with the exact same highlights and the song used in that one was Suga Suga by Baby Bash. I'll see if I can find that one and post it up

sorry about that

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New video has been posted. Same highlights, different (less vulgar) song

OFF TOPIC!

I can't think of much hip-hop that isn't completely vulgar.

:Cry:

I always mute the song so as to not offend my sensitive nature!

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Arians needs to show this video to Hilton, Brazil and Avery. Our guys are really fast, but they don't make cuts like Marvin and they certainly don't have his hands. I cannot even remember MH ever dropping a pass. DAng, he was good.

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Gotta love Marvin. He had everything, great hands, very fast, excellent route-runner, he could make any catch all over the field.

Also a very soft spoken leader, always sat at the end of the bench by himself.

Manning-Harrison, I believe, still holds the record for most TD passing combinations all-time.

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Thanks for the video..If you watch closely on some of those sideline and back of the end zone catches, its amazing how Marvin could make sure he secured the ball first, and immediately look down at his feet to make sure he got both in...He was one of a kind on the field.

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sorry about that

No worries!

OFF TOPIC!

I can't think of much hip-hop that isn't completely vulgar.

:Cry:

I always mute the song so as to not offend my sensitive nature!

haha I agree. It's very rare to find a hip-hop or rap some that doesn't have a lot of swears in it. Such is the culture of rap/hip-hop.

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great receiver but we all too often forget how great he was at returning punts and kicks definitely see the influence in todays returners like devin hester and dante hall

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Those short and choppy steps were just lethal. Marvin was truly one of the best. This video also illustrates how incredibly accurate Peyton is/was. His arm strength was obviously better during most of these throws. They almost look like they are taking practice reps out there sometimes. The defender just doesn't have a chance.

Here is to hoping that Andrew can find the same accuracy in the next few years.

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Man Marvin knew how to leave the DB`s frozen in their cleats! And then just flip the ball to the ref catch after amazing catch. That QB wasnt bad either.. :thmup:

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At one time, Marvin was voted as the most difficult WR to cover in the NFL because every route he ran looked exactly the same until he made his brake and by then, it was too late for many of the defensive backs. I also loved his attitude because he said that he was paid to practice and played the games for free.

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Marvin was $$$ with his great hands and route running.

A truly Great Regular Season WR.

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Wow love the video !!! Marvin sure knew how to get the job done !!!

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My favorite part of this video was seeing how many highlights were of him tearing up the Patriots secondary.. Gotta love seeing Marvin kickin some Patriot butt.

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He made it look so easy. It's no coincidence that many of those highlights were against the Patriots. He killed us repeatedly! He was amazing, one of the all time greats.

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The NFL will never see a combo like that again.

Would love to see me some Marv once again.

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Coltsrule91, No need to apologize. I realize you didn't produce the video & like I said, I'm not a prude. I'm a big boy & I can take a few MFers & the like. It just made me wonder if these are the kinds of things players or players agents actually send to pro teams to have coaches review & evaluate.

Thank you 21 for the edit. Much better.

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Marvin was a really good wr...then the rules changed...and he became HOF worthy. No coincidence 95% of those highlights were after the chuck rule was changed. When we got against fast, strong, agressive secondaries before that rule change we shrank like violets. I love Marvin...best hands and feet in the game possibly but he was no Jerry Rice. Jerry played his whole career when you could get mugged on every down and produced. When we got against teams that would play physical in the secondary...we struggled...Reggie, Marvin, and Dallas couldn't get open. Then the rules changed and you saw guys like Harrison and Malloy and Law fade into the sunset. Football has almost turned into a video game now days but those teams that can still disrupt at the line of scrimmage for the 5 yards and still maintain position are very very elite. Why perhaps I believe someone like Champ Bailey may be one of the best corners ever because even at age like 40 he still gets it done in a league that is unforgiving to the defense.

Sorry I don't mean to upset the thread but just watching him get free release after free release I HAD to say something. That was suicide for the defense.

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Marv played receiver like it was an artform. Stutter steps, explosive speed, intricate routes, soft hands, and pin point sideline footwork. Just beautiful to watch.

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Marvin was a really good wr...then the rules changed...and he became HOF worthy. No coincidence 95% of those highlights were after the chuck rule was changed. When we got against fast, strong, agressive secondaries before that rule change we shrank like violets. I love Marvin...best hands and feet in the game possibly but he was no Jerry Rice. Jerry played his whole career when you could get mugged on every down and produced. When we got against teams that would play physical in the secondary...we struggled...Reggie, Marvin, and Dallas couldn't get open. Then the rules changed and you saw guys like Harrison and Malloy and Law fade into the sunset. Football has almost turned into a video game now days but those teams that can still disrupt at the line of scrimmage for the 5 yards and still maintain position are very very elite. Why perhaps I believe someone like Champ Bailey may be one of the best corners ever because even at age like 40 he still gets it done in a league that is unforgiving to the defense.

Sorry I don't mean to upset the thread but just watching him get free release after free release I HAD to say something. That was suicide for the defense.

Wrong, no rules were changed, just the enforcement of the existing rule. The pats brought that one on themselves, because the refs swallowed there whistles in 2004 when the pats just decided to tackle colts recievers at the line of scrimmage. You didn't upset the thread you just spouted off half truth's and a bit of conjecture that doesn't really reflect the facts. Marvin had 143 catches in 2002 before he league re-emphasized the 5 yd chuck rule, so much for your hypothesis.

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Uncanny chemistry between Peyton and him. The ball was right there all the time.

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I really enjoyed watching that video. I remember a lot of those catches. I miss those days.

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Marvin was great.

But after watching that video I come away more impressed with Peyton than anything.

Some of those balls, and reads...Wow....On the money.

Never once was Marvin over extended, or having to leave his feet. Sure he dragged his feet, and that is amazing how he managed to do it.....But those throws.....Unreal...

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Wrong, no rules were changed, just the enforcement of the existing rule. The pats brought that one on themselves, because the refs swallowed there whistles in 2004 when the pats just decided to tackle colts recievers at the line of scrimmage. You didn't upset the thread you just spouted off half truth's and a bit of conjecture that doesn't really reflect the facts. Marvin had 143 catches in 2002 before he league re-emphasized the 5 yd chuck rule, so much for your hypothesis.

To me a lot changed after the "re-emphasized chuck rule". Why else are there so many 4,000 yd passers. It changed the NFL whether you agree if it affected Marvins career or not. I said he was great. My favorite Colt receiver next to Berry but there is no doubt in my mind his longevity and success was altered greatly after those rule changes. Same can be said for qbs. Marino is still my greatest passing qb of all time. Era's changed and the rules enforcements definately benefited us a great deal....heck even the Patriots changed from a run first to a pass first team. Point was he showed up small in most of our biggest games in the playoffs against press coverages...as did Peyton as well quite frankly but that doesn't change the fact they were great!!! My point was just watching that you had to be stupid to let them have a free release off the line of scrimmage....with the timing and his moves...that was insane. That was my point!

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