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Steve Young Did Ray Lewis’ Dance for Fans Monday Night

Some of you stayed real late at Lambeau Field last night. That begs the question, why weren’t you in the parking lot or down at Stadium View getting shithoused like everyone else?

Anyway, some people apparently wanted to hang out with ESPN’s Monday Night team. And those people wanted to get Steve Young to do Ray Lewis’ idiotic dance.

You know the one. Lewis used to do it when he was introduced at home games in Baltimore. It kind of looked like he was having a seizure.

Frankly, we hate Ray Lewis. Don’t forget, this fucktard likely had a hand in concealing a murder some years ago. And now he gets to be on TV because, sports!

Young did deliver and those still hanging about ate it up.

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8 Comments

  1. Fred September 29, 2015

    Yeah, but can he do Merton Hanks’ chicken dance?

  2. Eduardo September 29, 2015

    Shithoused ?…..surely you mean shitfaced.

  3. TyKo Steamboat September 29, 2015

    Am I the only guy that think Steve Young sounds like a drunken idiot when he speaks???

    1. Phatgzus September 29, 2015

      You get your head bashed into the turf 2500 times then see how articulate you are; frankly I’m surprised he and Aikman are even capable of any noise resembling human speech.

  4. Kato September 29, 2015

    Get blind drunk/drunker than 100 indians

  5. I steal fish September 30, 2015

    cool moment lol

    ray lewis is good in my book.

  6. Chevy B September 30, 2015

    Why bash Ray Lewis, that case he WAS FOUND INNOCENT in is and has been over. I don’t understand why people live in the past. How can u live in the past and be in the present at the same time. Move forward with your life.

  7. Nashawn October 13, 2015

    Still think he could’ve contributed bteter than say, Nelson who spent have the season injured had he gotten more reps as the 3rd receiver. He was always fearless over the middle and we had no underneath passing game to pick up critical 1st downs on 3rd and short so, we chucked it long time and time again (defense playing 2 deep safeties) and we had little success with that game plan. It’s too bad they wasted his abilities in this, his final season. He could have been a 3rd down (inside slant, slot) gem for us. But we’ll never know