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New Orleans Times-Picayune's EPIC Proofreading Fail.

I first saw this earlier today.  Apparently, the New Orleans Times-Picayune had some trouble deciding what the byline would be on the second page of their story about the Jets-Patriots game.

Here's what they came up with:

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via cdn3.sbnation.com


 

One of the following possibilities happened.  Either they didn't notice this when it went to the publisher, or Rex Ryan paid them to insert some words there, or they have some sort of strange code that nobody has seen before.

Or they just wanted to use words to describe a football game, words that have never been seen before in descriptions of sports games.  If it's this last one, they succeeded better than any of us could have expected.

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