Found July 13, 2013 on Football Nation:
Revisiting the uncool episodes of my childhood sucks, but for the sake of this article, I rummaged through the Moments that Made Me Who I am Today Box to recall that spine-chilling evening in 1995.I lasted six minutes watching the season premiere of Goosebumps: The Haunted Mask. This disturbing scene, in which the main character dons on an evil mask then proceeds to scream for help when it won’t come off, impelled me to sprint upstairs with tears streaming down my cheeks. I’ve despised the horror genre ever since. (Thanks, R.L. Stine.)A fear just as terrifying commences after the 12 Most Wanted (number may vary) is selected. The second round of the fantasy football draft is equally as frightening for us fantasy geeks who don't know which player to pick. For us scaredy-cats, allow Julio Jones to be our Snuggie this season.Prepare or Beware:What keeps defensive coordinators up all night -- the Falcons' offense! Nightmares consist of their offensive unit breaking out of the hud...
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