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Why You Should Watch Monday Night Football part 10

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Not really any good reason to, so ... ---

How about things you would rather do than watch the dreadful Cleveland Browns play their nemesis Baltimore Ravens tonight at 6pm on ESPN.

• Sort your sock drawer, your neighbor's sock drawer and every sock drawer of every person you know from 8th grade.

• Shave your head with a cheese grater.

• Simultaneously lick a hot mayonnaise sandwich and a cold glass of puke.

• Chew on tin foil until your ears bleed.

• Hear some more Eagles of Death Metal and the Dirtbombs, dude.

• Watch 5 continuous minutes of the Jay Leno show.

• Read Sarah Palin's book.

• Watch the Utes play TCU again.

• Watch BYU play anybody... ever.

Thanks for reading and enjoy family home evening.