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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Ryan Longwell.

    Great name for a Kicker.
    Or, Whyatt Wright... I believe he played for the Bills?

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    Freakin' hysterical. I like imagining old school names that actually might have been back in the day:

    Punchy McClintok

    Saltwater O'Gravvy

    Rosemont Huncklebus

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetrider View Post
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    Not to be confused with Doots MacFarlane, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    Freakin' hysterical. I like imagining old school names that actually might have been back in the day:

    Punchy McClintok

    Saltwater O'Gravvy

    Rosemont Huncklebus
    Chubby Gozinya

    Wayne "The Meat Muzzle" Poufter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
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    Wayne "The Meat Muzzle" Poufter



    Festus "The Irish Lummmox" Callahan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
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    Great Pfister's think alike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    Great Pfister's think alike.
    LOL! Same demented wavelength, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    LOL! Same demented wavelength, I guess.
    No question.

    Not to derail this fine thread, but this makes me think of real player's names that are perfect for a football player:

    Pat Angerer
    Michael (I think) Stonebreaker
    Rock Cartwright
    I.M. Hipp


    How could these guys not have grown up be be football stars? There was a prominent LB from Michigan a few years ago, had a great name, can't recall it.

    OK, back to jackassery:

    Phillip "Sloppy Shorts" Van Nostrand

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    No question.

    Not to derail this fine thread, but this makes me think of real player's names that are perfect for a football player:

    Pat Angerer
    Michael (I think) Stonebreaker
    Rock Cartwright
    I.M. Hipp


    How could these guys not have grown up be be football stars? There was a prominent LB from Michigan a few years ago, had a great name, can't recall it.

    OK, back to jackassery:

    Phillip "Sloppy Shorts" Van Nostrand
    That must be the best football name ever. The stupidest was a kicker from the 60s or 70s named Horst Muhlman. I would always laugh when they announced his name.

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