Found July 11, 2012 on
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Another group of people have decided to parody the Call Me Maybe video by Carly Rae Jepsen. I’ve been saying this over and over that the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders already won the internet with their rendition but I was so very wrong. Only The Big Ten mascots could make it better.
This video is so creepy and yet so awesome at the same time.
HT Kegs N Eggs
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It’s often debated in defensive circles, 3-4 or 4-3? When you ask defensive players, there always seem to be a definite opinion, one way or the other. Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby recently shed some light on how he feels. He like the transition to the 4-3, and feels it will give him a faster landscape to play on.
“Without a doubt,” Dansby said when asked, “In...
When the Dolphins chose not to resign veteran Vernon Carey, it appeared John Jerry would be given the starting right guard job. However, according to both the Palm Beach Post and South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jerry has struggled in practice and the veteran Artis Hicks is currently the favorite for the starting job. Hicks is heading into his age 34 season and spent last year as a backup...
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THE LAST ONE, RIGHT?
The Carly Rae Jepson ‘Call me Maybe’ parody ride continues. This time, it’s British soccer team Crystal Palace FC and its cheerleaders.
How does this one rank against the one the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders did?
2012 NFL Season Preview for the Miami Dolphins.
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It Can’t Be All That: Jets QB Mark Sanchez’s Jets West retreat/workout has become an annual rite of passage for their offensive skill players.
So much so that Sanchez hired a security detail of epic proportions to keep uninvited guests and the media out.
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At least one analyst isn't buying the New York Jets' 8-8 season in 2011 as a jumping off point for a Jets tailspin. ESPN analyst and retired NFL defensive end Hugh Douglas has pegged the Jets as not only the biggest threat to knock off the New England Patriots, but he has outright picked the Jets to win the AFC East this season. Hugh Douglas focused on the Jets defense...
Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" song has spurred many video parodies, including the Miami Dolphins' cheerleaders and Harvard's baseball team....