Found January 31, 2013 on The Fake Football:
Deer antler spray, Flacco channeling Nick Swardson, Dan Marino doing his best Antonio Cromartie impression, Randy Moss poo-talking, and Chris Culliver acting like, well, I guess Chris Culliver, are all the reasons I rather just nap the two-weeks before the Super Bowl. I did find a few tidbits of fake football news I thought might be helpful, so here you are sirs and ma’ams.   Lamar Miller – With Reggie Bush most likely hitting the bricks, Miller looks to be the guy going forward. They’ll probably try to find someone to compete with Daniel Thomas for the short-yardage role, but we probably should have already figured out that Miller isn’t going to be the main guy at the one-yard line.  Miller has similar size and big play ability to CJ Spiller and if they both have big games on the same day I will be rhyming Miller and Spiller early and often. Get ready for the Miller hype train that many of us fake football types will be riding. Reggie Bush – He won’t be a Dolphin next season, but r...
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