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East-West Shrine Game: Delone Carter, Akeem Dent among players to watch

The approaching of the end of the NFL postseason is always a little bittersweet, because we know we’re getting ready for several months without football. For those who want to see every last minute of football they can before a long (potentially very long) offseason, NFL Network is featuring the East-West Shrine Game today.

In the East-West Shrine Game pregame show, NFL Network’s Mike Mayock identified Syracuse running back Delone Carter as his player to watch.

“He’s got a big old bubble butt,” Mayock said. “He’s real strong from the waist down. He breaks tackles.”

NFL Network’s Charles Davis said to keep an eye on Georgia linebacker Akeem Dent.

“He’s a mike linebacker who’s going to play more than tackle to tackle, strong at the point of attack, and he enjoyed a really nice last year at Georgia,” Davis said.

Kickoff of the East-West Shrine Game is about 15 minutes away, at 4 p.m. Eastern. Enjoy all the live football you can, while you can.

UPDATE: Well, that was good timing: Carter ran for a 16-yard touchdown on the East team’s first offensive play.

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6 Responses to “East-West Shrine Game: Delone Carter, Akeem Dent among players to watch”
  1. gixrider says: Jan 22, 2011 4:14 PM

    He’s got a big ol “bubble butt”? Is that how a man describes another man? LOLOL!!!

  2. JohnnySinns says: Jan 22, 2011 6:39 PM

    “He’s got a big old bubble butt,” Mayock said.


    He watches way too much pron.

  3. hobartbaker says: Jan 22, 2011 7:35 PM

    What’s Mayock’s take on Kim Kardashian?

  4. 305phinphan says: Jan 22, 2011 10:30 PM

    If that is how Mayock judges talent it’s no wonder he is terrible at his job.

  5. contraryguy says: Jan 23, 2011 2:04 AM

    It might be the most concise analysis for a game that had no watchability whatsoever. So one player had a bubble butt? So did the 400 fans who showed up to darken a stadium seat for this dog of a game; getting stuck in the seats (or relation to one of the players) would be their only excuse for hanging around here. Too bad, most of these guys would have been better off saving it for a ‘pro-day’ on campus.

  6. xmgmx says: Jan 23, 2011 6:06 AM

    Mayock’s analysis holds ten times more weight than Hair Kiper’s.

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