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Great stuff as always. Got me excited. Bring on the 49ers.

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If anything...I think our boy Ghardy would be proud.

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Loved it.  Rivera saying 'Release the Kraken' was freaking awesome/hilarious.  great job. 

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That was great. It really gets the adrenaline ready for Sunday's game. Bring on the 49ers! 

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Just something I threw together for this weeks game! Can't wait! Will also release two others throughout the week so I will post those when they come. Hope you enjoy! Please leave feedback (everything helps, even the negatives).

I realize there will be things people can nitpick at, and I understand this, however I didn't have much time and just was fuggin excited to get this out.

KEEP POUNDING

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God, from :55 on, when you started the long cuts was the most amazing video that I have ever seen. TD hitting the drum in slow mo getting me all teary.

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I ain't crying. I just have something in both eyes.

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