Found September 18, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
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How great is this guy?  He videobombs Alex Smith and Michael Crabtree for a good 2-minutes without detection following the 49ers Sunday night victory over the Lions. The Hooded wonder leans in to listen to the 49ers quarterback, nods approvingly, shifts uncomfortably from side to side like a guy waiting for his buddy to steal a Playboy magazine from a corner store, and generally creeps everyone out watching at home. Honorable mention: Mustache guy at the 1:12 mark… You know, because of his mustachely goodness. [Buzzfeed]
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