NOC Welcomes New Season with Hilarious 'Every NFL Fan in 90 Seconds' Video

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterSeptember 5, 2012

Every last part of this video is perfect. 

The mad geniuses over at NOC (h/t BroBible) have delivered yet another sports video to carry us through the doldrums of another work day. 

Only this time, it's the perfect way to get amped for another season of NFL football. Millions are preparing the grills and ordering heavy on the chips and dip, salivating at another few months of football frivolity. 

There isn't much in the way of explanation needed. The title does that all by itself, this is one man delivering what every single NFL fan might say when they suit up to watch all the action. 

If we are looking for favorites, here are some that made me chuckle a little harder. 

San Diego Chargers fan: "I wish someone would go to a game so I could watch it on TV."

Oakland Raiders fan: "Stab him!"

Seattle Seahawks fan:" Wouldn't it be funny if we went to a football game ironically?"

Really, there are a ton more that are just spot on. 

The gauntlet has been set, and now it's up to you to leave your version for whatever team you can nail in a one-liner. 

Leave your hilarious suggestions below. Being a Rams fan, I leave you with this: "At least we will have more practice at punting then any other team."

Follow me on Twitter for more nonsense. 

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