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Sean Casey = Mark Brunell?

So last night I was at a local watering hole with 50 percent of The Post's NFL Gameday crew (that's a PDF link, beware), and we were watching the World Series game, but there was bad music playing over the sound system. So I had no idea just exactly was supposed to be proved with the split-screen shot of Sean Casey swinging a bat and Mark Brunell dropping back to pass. But I'm dying to know. Could someone enlighten me?

Was it just that they both happen to be left-handed and on the downslope of their careers? Or that both of their seasons should be over pretty soon? Or that neither man can throw the deep ball?

And how do I find the audio of Sean Casey singing Toby Keith?

By Dan Steinberg  |  October 27, 2006; 9:34 AM ET
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They were comparing the way Casey lifts his back leg to a quarterback in the shotgun formation.

"It's interesting that Brunell, a lefty, lifts his right leg"

Sorry Tim, interesting is not the word I'd use there.

Posted by: Unsilent Majority | October 27, 2006 9:02 AM | Report abuse

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