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Ahhh! That explains all the Banana Hammocks I've been seeing.. err, wait.. I'm having a 'what a woman wants' internal monologue moment. ;)

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Stiff competition out there, gotta rise above the rest.

It's a long season, very hard to do.

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If your offense is in the red zone for more than 4 hours please see a doctor.

Winner right there.

I was gonna go with...

"Stamina and endurance are indeed important in football."

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they seriously need to get jon madden to do viagra commercials

I don't know man, Madden likes to Illustrate and says " BOOM" a lot, probably won't be appropriate.* don't want to see him in a bathtub either*

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I don't know man, Madden likes to Illustrate and says " BOOM" a lot, probably won't be appropriate.

The lady on the couch with the headache and the man in the kitchen forming a game plan. The telastrator could get too graphic.

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The mods are gonna shut this down just because to many likes are being given lol

I have a feeling I'm gonna get my 1st warning.

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Guess there's a new meaning to the tight end, wide receiver and hand signals.

Wondering if that's the reason most teams are going to a shot gun formation? Don't want the qb up close and personal?

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Another new meaning to GO LONG, RUN & SHOOT and a SIMPLE GIVE UP THE MIDDLE.

OK OK that's enough!

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Just no helmet to helmet please.

the nfl says defenders can't lead with the helmet. i mean, wth are they supposed to do. this brings new meaning to the no fun league

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