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Please note: as a result of the actual caption for this week, I'm also accepting "blatantly wrong" captions, as long as they're football related.
New England Patriots running back Laurence Maroney breaks into the end zone ahead of Philadelphia Eagles' Brian Dawkins (20) for the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of their NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007 in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots won 31-28.
"Momentum was quickly snatched away by New England, who once again proved that any Patriot, at any moment, can make a play." —Inside the NFL, Packers v. Patriots
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I look heroic scoring this touchdown, green cape flapping in the wind!
This is nothing, BB makes me run with two guys dragging behind in practice.
__________________ A Truly Vindictive Fanboy-type Poster
"My name is William Stephen Belichick, Coach of the New England Patriots, Three Time Super Bowl Champion, Defensive Guru, Pride of Karlovac, The Greatest Coach in the History of the NFL Since Vince Lombardi. Target of the spygate lynching, Defender of our Dynasty's legacy. And I will have my vengeance, in this game and the rest."