In the modern world the term genius is over used. Too often it is attributed to something mediocre or a mere flash in the pan. The people behind 'Bad Lip Reading' however truly deserve to be labelled as such, and their brand new 2015 NFL edition is a perfect example as to why.
2015's best bits
The hilarious four minute long video offers an insight into what the current batch of NFL stars might be saying on game day.
From Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett getting lyrical on the sideline and Dez Bryan obsessing over "funions", to Tony Romo going all kinds of crazy at the line of scrimmage, the montage video - which can be seen further down the article - is a modern masterpiece.
Now we can't confirm or deny that the footage comes directly from NFL Sound FX but we sure as hell hope so. I mean Robert Griffin III's troublesome season would certainly make a lot more sense if, as in the video, he has been distracted by hot soup out there on the field.
And as for New England Patriots' Tom Brady, well lets just say that maybe Richard Sherman was right today in arguing that the future Hall of Famer's image is not quite legit.
- Broncos' week just got even better with Peyton Manning revelation
- Bill Belichick finally speaks out on Deflate Gate scandal
- Jim Harbaugh's tweet proves he still hates the 49ers' top brass
Anyway, without any further hesitation, here is the video in all its glory...Enjoy.
With the NFL currently embroiled in yet another scandal, this time involving the New England Patriots and certain deflated balls, it is nice to see something (albeit something completely insane) concerning the league that can put a smile on your face.
The only thing that surprises us is that Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch doesn't make an appearance - after his run ins with the media this season you don't even need to dub over any audio with BeastMode, it is already comedy gold.
How about you NFL fans? Any particular highlights, or players you would like to see in the next Bad Lip Reading extravaganza? Let us know in the comments section below...
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