Well, either Jesus himself hacked Brandin Cooks' twitter, or he's an oversized pair of shaded glasses and a walking stick away from standing on the corner of a city block scaring unsuspecting passer-bys by loudly preaching about eternal life. Honestly, I think it might be time for New Orleans to sell high before their two-time 1,100 yard wide receiver straight up retires to enter the priesthood. I thought yesterday was rock bottom as far as Saints' social media madness is concerned. However, Brandin Cooks tweeting out the Bible verse-by-verse is a brand of crazy that even Keenan Lewis couldn't approach when discussing his NFL future as a cornerback that's been out of work for a year and just finished his lower body workout with a solo seesawing session.
I know that Brandin Cooks isn't the only overly religious athlete, but he's the only one extensively ranting about the gospel on social media. Might be time to scoop that first rounder from Tennessee before they realize that the whole organization is going to have to go to CCD to understand his twitter feed. If Philly gets wind of their trade target indoctrinating his followers with the teaching of the Lord then they are going to put the kibosh on a deal that Brandin Cooks will undoubtedly treat as some "spiritual rebirth" in a city whose sports teams have them just about ready to throw batteries at the nearest nativity scene. I wouldn't even have a problem with the Saints sweetening the pot by offering up the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit along with the pass catcher that thinks he owes every breathe he takes to their potential existence, because the uncertainty of the returning draft pick is starting to seem more stable than a guy whose thoughts read like they may or may not belong to the future leader of a cult.