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Oh God, Ryan Kalil Is On The 100 Players Of 2012 Reaction Show

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And he's absolutely killing it. Hilarious. Tune in to NFLN to see it.

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He is so nutty.

"I'm happy I've been honored as the 99th greatest player of all time."

"I think you mean 99th top player of 2012."

"What? Only of 2012? Well, this is awkward. . ."

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And he's absolutely killing it. Hilarious. Tune in to NFLN to see it.

Damn, missed it. I think it's on again later tonight tho

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Here's the clip: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/09000d5d828baeb5/Top-100-Ryan-Kalil-reacts-to-ranking

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dude was funny.. definitely glad he was there to represent the franchise...

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Love the word CAM all over the backdrop. Classic.

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The clip with Kalil and Will Ferrell when he was drafted was awesome....... I think everyone knew Kalil had a great sense of humor. I hate I missed the Top 100 Reaction Show but I'll definitely catch it on replay.

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Just so I don't have to flip through that other thread, what other Panthers made it, and what rank were they?

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