Bad Lip Reading Taking on NFL Is Everything You Need in Unintentional Hilarity

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJanuary 16, 2013

The folks at Bad Lip Reading have done it again, but with an NFL flair that has us debilitated from a bad case of the giggles. 

For those unfamiliar, Bad Lip Reading uses classic moments in movies, TV or any other pop-culture phenomenon as a starting point. 

From there, they dub over words that look right but sound very wrong. It's a simple concept that should have you well entertained at their YouTube account

Your attention should be piqued from the jump, as Adrian Peterson proclaims, "Egg roll, I wish I had a breeze running down my leg. I'd kill for a cookie, stingray, double-sided Scooby Snack."

Incidentally, this is now my closing farewell to any room I leave for at least the next month. Following that incoherent intro, the bad lip-reading is on and popping and there ain't no stopping. 

Watch Jim Harbaugh demanding cake to your delight, Tom Brady finding his dog and a referee recounting his date with a lady who had a floor covered with bean bags.  

Seriously, this needs to be a weekly installment during game-day coverage. I am tired of the incessant mic'd-up athlete segments that barely deliver more than a loud sigh from the athlete and are as close as you can get to useless. 

Instead, we need bad lip-reading for each week of the NFL season. This, my friends, is my demand. 

Hit me up on Twitter for more NFL nonsense. 

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