Found December 19, 2012 on StraitPinkie.com:
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In the kicking world there is only one Big Polish Boot and since 2000 he has owned the Bay Area! On Sunday Sebas went nuts for the Raiders. He kicked 5 field goals in a 15-0 win over the woeful Chiefs. His day included 2 from over 50 yards! He is having a huge year for a bad team but unlike the MVP voting, Straitpinkie doesn’t care! The drunken idiot is in the running for the most coveted kicking award, The Vanderjacked of the Year Award. Janikowski is having one of his best years of his career. He is 29-32 on year, and with a few more makes he would have his best year. The 2x Lou Groza Award winner is 322/400 over his illustrious career, which puts his mark over 80%. He ranks 19th all time in made field goals and is tied for 25th all time in most points scored in an NFL career. The Raiders don’t have much to bring them cheer, but the Polish Cannon stills provides a little joy to the fans in the Black Hole! This is the 2nd weekly award this year for Sebas and with the season nearing the end this big performance might just be enough to push the voters over the edge!
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