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  • The Original RanMan

    John Facenda The original voice for NFL Films, known to many as "The Voice of God". Across the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. #packers #nfl #vintage #lambeaufield

  • Dan Miller

    No one person defined the National Football League like John Facenda. What? You’ve never heard of him? No, he wasn’t the quarterback who won the big game or the wide receiver who caught the game winning pass that won the Superbowl. He was never shown on a broadcast or given much recognition at all. He was probably the most famous person that you’ve never known. http://www.mancertified.com/john-facenda-the-voice-of-nfl-films/

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