Found October 14, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
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Remember that feeling when you were a little kid and got yelled at by your parents? That's probably how Arizona's Reagan Maula felt after he got chewed out by Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Watch as Ken melts down after Maula gets called for a penalty in the fourth quarter against the Buffalo Bills:  (Courtesy of The Big Lead)
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