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06 Mar 2009
David Anderson's Ron Jaworski impersonation had me in tears. Just spot-on perfect.
Hat tip to our friend Paul Kuharsky at the AFC South blog on ESPN.
Posted by: Bill Barnwell on 06 Mar 2009
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08 Mar 2009, 1:58am by
Whatever was up there, it's taken down now.
I just watched it without any problems.
Their voices don't sound the same (unless it's my speakers and/or cold), but the language and cadence are down pretty cold.
The page isn't opening for me either. Is it an Internet Explorer problem?
I just ran it in IE after Firefox initially, so it doesn't look like it.
All he is missing is the ending
"...and that's how you win games in THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE."
That and "to play play quarterback IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE you have to have ANTICIPATION"
Awesome. The only thing I would add is that IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE POINTS...COME OUT OF THE PASSING GAME.
This is awesome!
Im not getting anything here. Anyone else having a page load error? It sounds good, I'd like to see it
nothing for me either
sam! or the original sam from the old FO
I just checked the site and there's a note saying that they were offline from 10PM last night until 11AM this morning, so if you tried it during that timeframe, that's probably why you couldn't get it to work. It seems fine now.
Pretty funny. He ran out of steam towards the end but it was definitely Jaworski. I wish he would have thrown in the National Football League thing, which I find incredibly annoying. Also annoying are the constant references to the "football team" and "football"- he never says just "team" or "ball" but a lot of announcers seem to do that too. Maybe it's a branding thing the NFL insists on.
Hey, give him a break.
"He's just a football player."
As opposed to the other guys on the team.
Possibly the closest Super Bowl matchup in history also poses the question: how much does it mean when certain aspects of an NFL team improve dramatically in the second half of the season?
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