I did. I’m aware it was a joke. This is still my comment. My apologies that you don’t like it. I just didn’t think the original post was as clever as you did. And that’s okay. I post things all the time that not everybody likes. For example, you didn’t like my reply and you won’t like this response, but both of us will be fine even so.
Nope. Sure isn’t.
I can’t do it. I can’t hate Rutgers. There’s nothing there. It’s like hating my toe. Or a wall. I have no emotions.
And I like the little cannon bit.
Dude... I’m a huge Browns fan and there were absolutely Steelers doing stupid crap on this play. The QB was yanking on Garrett’s helmet. Pouncey was throwing mad punches and kicks. They should all be punished to some degree.
But what Myles did was not just stupid; if he landed the blow with the helmet properly, it could have been quite literally deadly.
The crimes are not the same here. Myles screwed up big time. I don’t like it, but it’s true.
I like all computer models which confirm my bias!
I think you triggered some people.
But CC is kind of a terrible person, so there’s room for Wilson to improve on the model.
Seriously. Can’t believe how far we made it before anyone mentioned that. Kid is such a talent and weapon in so many different ways.
Good story. Great talents.
But who creates this god-awful music for highlight videos? It’s like the Trans-Siberian Orchestra vomited all over high school football.
This is more excellent than I can express.
If anyone pusses this color, they have problems. This is something worse.
Not even a playoff?
Ain’t nobody gonna hear you... but I wish they would.
Nothing stops this train. Nothing.
He good. We good.
And yet... I might enjoy it?
Took me a minute. Brilliant as always!
For anyone confused:
Not sure what it says about me but I was curious to know a little more about the runner pictured above. Seems like he took (sh)it in stride:
Micke Ekvall seems to have gotten over it, though. The runner who was once saddled with the nickname "bajsmannen" ("poop man") finished that 2008 race, the Göteborg half-marathon, in 21st place. In a post-race interview, a reporter asked him, "Did you ever consider stopping to clean off?"
"No, I'd lose time," he explained, "If you quit once, it's easy to do it again and again and again. It becomes a habit."
I suspected when I made this post that the masses would have things to say. I’ve not been disappointed.
His pursuit angle was very indicative of a guy with a high football IQ. No running down the sideline and along the back of the end zone. He went straight to the tunnel via the shortest path available which happened to be a diagonal route through the field of play. Just a really strong effort.
I’ve come so close to being that runner...
Ha! I was at that game. I still chuckle about it to this day. and yeah, the idea is so simple but pretty brilliant. I like that it folds down so it’s not consistently in the way. I saw another video where it seemed like it was still a bit of a work in progress: