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Does anyone happen to remember the epic MNF post from years ago?

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I may have read it, it sounds familiar, and that incredible Floppin' thread has me wanting to know who wrote it or if it still exists.  If someone can find that, I'd love to see it.  The one in particular apparently had the guy wandering backstage as interviews were given and so on, if that helps.

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Pantherpryde linked it in my cap thread.

 

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Pantherpryde linked it in my camp thread.

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That was awesome lol

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That was awesome lol

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I remember an epic MNF (or was this Thurs.....?) game.  Both running backs just short of 400 yds.  BOA was rocking.  No one sat down the entire game. It was the beginning of the end for Gruden.  Bye for the playoffs, then.......................

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^ oh yeah that was the game where Stewart chokeslammed Rhonde Barber. That was a Monday Night game in December 2008

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Never underestimate the power of drunk wandering. 

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This seems to be the one in question...

 

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good times

 

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This seems to be the one in question...

 

nice you found the OG

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