Today's Sports Clip: The entire NFL season in 160 seconds


The NFL season is just days away from coming to an end, after which America's favorite sport will go into a state of waiting until teams gather for training camps in late July. Sure, the NFL Scouting Combine next month and the Draft in May will be entertaining, but they don't count as "real" football.

No need to worry. We have you covered with a brilliant video that encapsulated the entire 2013 NFL season into a 160-second video. The Super Bowl obviously isn't included, but the entire regular season is. It's quite impressive, to say the least.

ESPN's Trey Wingo narrates the piece with witty one-liners – none of which has anything to do with the Vikings. In humorous fashion, the folks over at Awful Announcing joked that they would have rather heard Chris Berman narrate the video without taking a breath for nearly three minutes.

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