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November 26, 2015 The former New York Jets QB, who ran straight into his own lineman's backside on Thanksgiving Day in 2012, started for the Philadelphia Eagles today.
Up close and personal: Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips, left, reaches back to tag out Houston Astros' Jonathan Villar during Tuesday's game in Houston.
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September 18, 2013 Today's laugh break: The face-to-butt collision Tuesday night when the Houston Astros' Jonathan Villar slid into second and collided with Reds infielder Brandon Phillips' backside. It's drawing comparisons to Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez's infamous "butt fumble."
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