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caption this 24: redskins minicamp edition

(photo by Brian Murphy)

Ladies and gentlemen, back by popular demand, it’s time for another round of “caption this.”

The game is fairly simple, as you hopefully know by now. I supply the photo and you bring the witty reader-submitted captions. You might not win any cool prizes, but you’ll be formally recognized for being better than your peers and will get some love here on the blog.

Here’s my humble offering for this photo to help get folks started:

Santana Moss and Fred Davis demonstrate what it was like to try and catch passes during the Donovan McNabb era.

Think you can do better? Leave a comment below with your best caption.

[Editor’s note: The winner is Thomas C. with a caption of, “Santana tries to channel his inner Art Monk, not realizing he wasn’t an actual monk.” Thanks to everyone who joined in the fun.]

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13 Responses

  1. Santanna Moss Thinking : I think I can, I think I can, I think I can, Nope can’t shit another Orange cone.

  2. Ok I hate to be this guy. But, I have two.
    “I think Snyder has this whole laying bricks of the foundation thing wrong…”
    “To the windoooowwwwwwww, to the WALL! ‘Til the sweat drop down my balls.”

  3. If a Redskin poops on the field, and everyone’s too busy reliving the glory days of the last Super Bowl to notice, did it really happen?

  4. Proof that Santana was just out of the drop area, therefore this is why he was penalized one stroke.

  5. Tana: “Time to get your mind right and focus. Get in the zone.” Fred: “Is that the ice cream truck music I hear?”

  6. Professionals “squat and squirt” together. Team building exercises at camp got a little to personal this year.

  7. Santana Moss and Fred Davis practice their two-man show: “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Weed Stash.”

  8. After participating in the new team book club, Fred and Santana realize that Ben Wa Balls really do feel amazing! Thanks 50 Shades of Gray.

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