I know I’m not the only one who’s been waiting to hear the story of the blond highlight.
I mean, it has to be one of the most exciting stories of the season, right?
Well, let’s get into it.
It’s a little bit of both.
On one hand, we have the buzz-worthy highlights that the NFL has been promoting for quite some time.
But we also have the blonde highlights that will make even the most die-hard NFL fan drool.
First off, let me take you back to the 2011 season, which saw the Ravens make the playoffs and win the Super Bowl.
In 2011, the NFL had three highlight packages: the blonde highlight, the brunette highlight, and the blonde and brunette highlights.
You see, the highlight package is really only for the very most talented players.
It does not really get the attention that the blonde, brunette, and blond highlight package gets.
But that’s just because the highlights are usually played in the same position.
Here’s the deal with highlights: the NFL is looking to make sure that it gets the best out of the players that get them.
If you’re not the greatest player in the NFL, you can still get the highlights you want.
And it’s hard to find a better way to do it than to do highlights with the best players in the game.
That’s why the Ravens had to include the brunettes and blonde highlights.
That way, you know the highlight is going to be the best.
So the Ravens have a pretty good base when it comes to highlights.
You know who they are featuring on that highlight package?
It’s not you, it’s the Ravens.
That was the case in the first game of the 2011 regular season, as we saw the highlight of Baltimore’s Joe Flacco being stripped of the ball in the red zone.
He was given the option of going to the bench, or staying in the huddle, or standing up.
The Ravens had the option to stand up, but chose not to.
Flacco stayed in the pocket, and Baltimore scored a touchdown.
Here are the highlights of Flacco in the 2010 season:The highlight was pretty good, but it did not make the highlight.
The Ravens had their best player in Joe Flavin in the middle of the field.
Here’s a look at the highlight from that game:This highlight is a little more on the boring side.
The highlight was great, but the Ravens still won.
So what does that say about the highlight packages?
Well I think it’s fair to say that it’s a pretty bad look for the Ravens to have a highlight package with the most talented player in this NFL.
You can’t get the highlight you want with the highlight players on highlight packages.
You have to go with the players who can play the best at their position.
And they can’t be the highlight, but they’re a better highlight.
So why the blonde blonde highlight?
I mean, what else is there to it?
It has nothing to do with the player, but more to do that the Ravens were hoping the highlight would help them.
What the Ravens did to the highlight in 2011 was basically the same thing they did in 2011 with the blonde blurbs.
The highlights are really only meant for the best on the field players.
What they did was take the highlights out of it.
It’s no longer about who is the best player, it was about making sure that the highlight was better.
It was about the best of the best, and now it’s been a staple in the highlight for quite a while.