Because Nothing Says "NFL Lockout" Quite Like Taiwanese Animation

You've probably seen some videos around the internet in the past from the folks at Next Media Animation. Not necessarily sports-related videos, mind you, as they touch on many different subjects, but you've probably seen at least one of their works in the past.

Well, Next Media Animation has given us their report on the NFL Lockout. It's. . .I. . .you know, just watch the video. It's after the jump because of some questionable content.

Weird. . .Hines Ward looks much darker whenever I see him on television.

For the life of me, I will never understand some of the finer aspects of Asian animation, whether it's stuff like this from Taiwan or whatever that Japanese stuff is that Cartoon Network plays on the weekends or anything like that. (Don't get me wrong, I saw Akira way back when and have seen Grave of the Fireflies, but those actually sort of make sense.) I mean, I'm sure there's a solid, logical reason why the animator caused Tom Brady and Peyton Manning to turn into cats there halfway through the video, but I'll be damned if I know what it is.

If you want to check out more of Next Media Animation's work. . .and yes, they have videos of their take on the Favre stuff from this past season. . .check their link at the top of the post.

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