Andy Reid, Cullen Jenkins Locked In Eternal Mustache Vs. Goatee Battle

In the second quarter of Monday's preseason game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, things got a little heated on the sidelines. Eagles head coach Andy Reid was a bit incensed that his team just got scored on and he took to airing out his players. Cullen Jenkins took exception to the scolding and fired right back.

The result? Two big dogs fightin' over a pork chop.

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They were both a few seconds away from rearing back and slamming into one another with their mighty chests, like the majestic elephant seal, but luckily future-Heisenberg was there to defuse the situation.

Still though, no matter how big and bad of an athlete you are, tell me you wouldn't be terrified by this big ol' walrus mad-dogging you.

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JESUS.

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