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The third round of Caption This! is here!

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The last round saw a record number of entries, with over 40 people submitting a caption.  It also saw this year's first tie, with three people winning 2nd place.

Round #2 Picture:

Caption This! #2 Winner: Tito_45

Caption:

" and then New England said they wanted an elite guard so I gave them Cooper" -Keim


Runner-up(s):

2nd Place (Tie): Spikedriver, Cublicon, and AndyStandsUp

Congratulations to all our winners!  The (updated) Table of Winners:

Name

Number of Votes Received

Number of Weeks Won

CardsRepInChile

11

1

Tito_45

7

1

JethroBodine

7

0

AndyStandsUp

5

0

Spikedriver

5

0

BigRedBilly

4

0

Cublicon

4

0

ERauch

4

0

FlippinTheBirdy

4

0

Devildoc

4

0

Birdman from Mesa

3

0

Gungus

2

0

Zerp4zE

2

0

AlaskanCard

2

0

Az78true

2

0

Gocards92

2

0

Risky business

2

0

Smart Card

1

0

LocoCoyote

1

0

DJ_Jahstone

1

0

CardsOverCalifornia

1

0

Jondolar

1

0

PREVAIL

1

0

Birdgang Fan

1

0

Jmpautz

1

0

NATIVEWOOD

1

0

Shad H

1

0

Charokee

1

0

AZCardinals

1

0

(The table goes in order of weeks won, and then votes received)

The rules to Caption This!:

  • Write a caption for the featured picture. It can be what the player(s) are thinking, saying, or just your caption for the scene.
  • If you view the post, vote for someone else's caption. You can do this by selecting actions>rec underneath the person's comment. The more votes we get, the more competitive the game will be.
  • Your name will be added to the list with the total number of votes and weeks you've won.

And finally, here is this week's picture:

Drew Stanton, QB

If you'd like to view last week's Caption This!click here.

I'd like to quickly remind everyone to not only submit a caption, but to also vote for your favorite caption, so that a true winner can be crowned each week.  Since this year's competition is for a prize, I hope that we can find a deserving winner.

And like always, good luck captioning!