Just in time for the Super Bowl, the parody geniuses behind YouTube’s Bad Lip Reading videos have released their video chronicling the latest NFL season.
The videos, which feature anonymous talents dubbing in voiceover lines over music videos, movies, and sports footage, have become viral sensations since debuting on YouTube in 2011.
"So what you’re saying is, if you don’t like her, then you buy a girl a second-hand handbag?" a silly voice dubs in for Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning in the latest video.
Players aren't the only ones who get the Bad Lip Reading treatment. Sideline reporters, commentators, coaches, and even officials are featured in the hilarious compilation.
"That girl, she’s so pretty!" the BLR team dubbed in for former 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh during one of his famous red-faced sidelines tirades. "You guys don’t have a problem with this?"
Even the defending champs, Super Bowl-bound Seattle Seahawks, are fodder for the parody.
"Come on, hug daddy," parrots head coach Pete Carroll as he embraces one of his Seahawks players on the sidelines. "I love my gopher."
Bad Lip Readings aren’t football's only viral sensation. During the BCS Championship game earlier this year, a photo of a referee who bore a striking resemblance to TV legend Bob Newhart quickly went viral. See Newhart's hilarious response in the video below.