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Watch another installment of 'A Bad Lip Reading of the NFL'

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Ever wonder what guys are saying on NFL sidelines?

The guys at BadLipReading have an idea. A wonderfully goofy idea.

On Friday, they released a follow-up to last year's YouTube smash that racked up over 47 million views.

In this year's edition, Jim Harbaugh is featured again... a lot. Phillip Rivers finds a rat in a van, and Peyton Manning doesn't like having 'somebody yucky liking you' and 'Voldemort.'

Not sure what we mean? Watch the video above and laugh along the bad lip reading.

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