NFL Bad Lip Reading is Back and Better Than Ever
It’s that time of year. No, not the Super Bowl, but Bad Lip Reading is back with its latest version of the NFL‘s most ridiculous poor lip readings. If you have never seen the first one, don’t fret, you can watch it later. For now, you will want to watch this version of Bad Lip Reading’s most famous video series — the NFL.
If you haven’t seen the first one, just know that it’s much of the same hilarity level as the second one shown above. Okay, in my honest opinion, this one takes the cake in terms of humor and it’s extremely creative.
If you’re not familiar with what Bad Lip Reading is, it’s basically a bunch of guys who take real videos and mute them then talk over the video in extremely poor lip readings. Yes, that means some of the phrases aren’t supposed to make sense — it’s all for fun.
Nothing is funnier than watching them take a jab at Jim Harbaugh‘s sideline antics with a “hey look, I can spin around” lip reading that is too horribly accurate and any time someone makes fun of a crazy coach, you can’t help but to laugh.
This was so well done, in fact, that it has probably inspired thousands of terrible copies. Not many people have the creative minds that these bad lip readers have and it makes for a pretty solid three minutes of constant laughing.
I, for one, cannot wait until the next version of Bad Lip Reading NFL comes out — and it better be riddled with Richard Sherman.
Connor Muldowney is a columnist for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Connormuldowney, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google. You can also reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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