Found November 22, 2011 on Shutdown Corner:
Being at the bottom of a fumble pile is my idea of torture. Not as bad as being forced to watch "Monday Night Football" from the "Clockwork Orange" chair, but pretty bad. Somewhere beneath that pile of San Francisco 49ers is Arizona Cardinals punt returner Patrick Peterson. The rookie fumbled a punt in Sunday's game and didn't have much help from his teammates in recovering it. This picture screams for a good caption, so in the spirit of our locked out brothers at Ball Don't Lie, we present a Shutdown Corner create-a-caption contest. Submit your best ideas in the comments section.
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