"No, senor! No, senor!" I don't speak Spanish, but this could be my all-time favorite play-by-play call. The Philadelphia Eagles Spanish language broadcast announcer Ricky Ricardo made a call as memorable as the Eagles improbable win over the Bears on that missed chip-shot field goal by Bears kicker Cody Parkey.

After a timeout to ice him, Parkey’s second attempt was narrowly tipped by an Eagles player, struck the left upright, the crossbar, and fell into the end zone short to give Philly the win.

The “NO SENOR. NO SENOR.” part is good, but the real treat is him singing “Chi-cago. Chi-cago.” You can hear him get up out of his seat in excitement as he makes the call and, it seems by the way the volume randomly gets softer and louder, run around or jump around in the booth.