Found September 10, 2013 on Juan Elway:
Leave it to the Monday Night Camera crew to fade in from a commercial to a great shot of some Charger girl cheerleaders strutting their stuff. The Chargers ended up blowing a big lead and losing the game, but staying up late to watch this made it totally worth it. See the GIF Below: ESPN Had RG3 Injury Cam With Cameraman Notes Attached Redskins’ Fan Gets a Little Dirty (Vine)
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