Originally written on Shutdown Corner  |  Last updated 6/20/14

MINNEAPOLIS - AUGUST 28: Charlie Whitehurst of the Seattle Seahawks looks to hand off against the Minnesota Vikings during a preseason NFL game at Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on August 28, 2010 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
Pretty much everyone involved in the Seahawks/Browns game. Seattle quarterback Charlie Whitehurst leads the parade, with his 12-of-30, 97-yard performance. The Seahawks were able to amass just 137 total yards on the day, and the worst thing about that is their opponent only beat them by three. This Guy: I like some of what this guy did. He showed some nice elusiveness at the end, and he managed to evade custody for a while. But you're either a streaker or you're not. No shirt doesn't count. I appreciate the effort, but this guy set the standard for all future streakers. Sorry, England. You're behind now. Also, while we're here, an MVP vote goes to YouTube, too. I abhor the American networks' policy of not showing people who run onto the field. It's happening, it's live, and I demand to see it. The idea behind the policy is to not reward the intruders for their behavior, but come on -- it's tremendously entertaining for everyone at home. Besides, every single one of you networks has...
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