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Colts punter Pat McAfee begs Antonio Brown not to kick him in the face

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Antonio Brown hit the headlines in the 2014 NFL season and it wasn't for his incredible receiving for once. 

Instead, the Pittsburgh Steelers star caused much laughter and maybe a little bit of concern after he decided to kick Cleveland Browns' punter Spencer Lanning straight in the face on a kick return as the Steelers hosted their AFC North rival.

The Steelers take on the Indianapolis Colts and Brown has received a message from Colts punter Pat McAfee, who is praying he doesn't suffer the same treatment.

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Ahead of the Thanksgiving day matchup, McAfee took to his Twitter account to with a simple request - please don't kick me in the face in front of my mother.

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"Hey @AntonioBrown.. it's gonna be Thanksgiving.. my mom's gonna be there.. once again, none of this.. please.. thanks in advance," it read.

Brown did reply, and it sounds like the Steelers wide receiver will be keeping his Kung Fu kicks to himself on Thursday.

There's only one way for McAfee to avoid getting truly embarrassed in front of his family and that is by aiming his "boomstick" out of bounds every time he takes to the field to punt.

Still, while the play did result in a penalty, it was hilarious and amazing, so let's watch it again...

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