Today's Sports Clip: 'Bad Lip Reading' strikes with new NFL video

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Sports fans, movie fans or fans of comedic brilliance will love the brand new "Bad Lip Reading" video featuring NFL players. These guys jumped onto the YouTube scene last year when they released a bevy of lip reading creations featuring movie stars and athletes.

Adrian Peterson was the star of the first NFL video they created, telling Pam Oliver after leading the Vikings to a win over the Packers and surpassing 2,000 yards that he was excited to receive an "orange peanut." That video is at the bottom of this post.

The newest version is just as hilarious. 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is apparently a spy in Great Britain, but his target has a cute kitty so he won't kill him. Peyton Manning says he's grossed out by allergies. The best line in the new video comes from New Orleans Saints right tackle Zach Striff, who asks Taylor Swift if she wants to wrestle.

FOX Sports says "it's back and better than ever."

Enjoy the videos. They are comedy gold.

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