Bad NFL lip reading is back in time for the Super Bowl.
The first video in which NFL coaches, players, and referees say funny things thanks to the magic of voice-overs came out last year and has received 47.2 million views on YouTube. In that one, San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh appeared to yell, "I want cake now!"
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Harbaugh, eliminated from the playoffs Sunday by the Seattle Seahawks, leads off this three-minute, 47-second sequel with, "Hey look, I can spin around!"
Here are some highlights from the follow-up:
Former Houston Texans secondary coach Vance Joseph shouts: "Don't horde cat food! Star Wars typhoon! You could joke all night, but no no kung fu! No more cartoons! No more kung fu! No no kung fu!
When a sideline reporter asks Super Bowl-bound Peyton Manning, "What are some things that could gross you out?" the Denver Broncos quarterback answers, "Old folks allergies. That could sure do it. Just having somebody yucky like you. Um, denim golf jeans. Voldemort. Yes, I said Voldemort. Do-dads that scratch the wood, like scratchy things, you know?"
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who lost to Manning's Broncos in the AFC Championship game, appears to ask running back LeGarrette Blount, "You smell good. What is that, pine?"
Apparently, San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick spent some time as a spy. When an off-camera voice asks him to tell the room about his time as a secret agent, Kaepernick replies: "They hid me in Great Britain, and I didn't want to shoot the Russian guy pretending to be me 'cause, uh, he had a kitty cat."
New Orleans Saints tackle Zach Strief is interested in grappling with a country music star.
"Hey Taylor Swift, you wanna wrestle? Please?" he says in the video.
The video ends with Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano telling his team in the locker room to "Dance On."
The Broncos and Seahawks will meet in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Sunday, Feb. 2.
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