Okay Janoris, here's how hashtags work. Ready?
In all seriousness, there's a few things that I learned from this completely meaningless online interaction between professional athletes. For one, apparently there is a Mr. Clampz 1.0? Really have to wonder how that guy managed to fly under the radar before his new, "improved"(?) installment came in from the clouds and posted a bunch of mindless drivel on social media. More importantly, I was unaware that there are grown adults that are unapologetically childish enough to go around calling other grown adults "shit eaters" in public, but conscientious enough to censor themselves while doing so. Before this series of tweets that looks more like a series of misguided drunk texts I had no reason to question the cognitive abilities of Janoris Jenkins, but he just became the league's biggest anomaly to me.
That's why I just can't praise Terrelle Pryor for taking the high road here. I can't imagine that a kid who started as a quarterback and was humble enough to transition to wide receiver in hopes of prolonging his career isn't a courteous human being, but he really had no choice but to be in this scenario. Attempting to bicker with someone as unintelligible as Janoris Jenkins would have been a fruitless endeavor. Everyone knows it's impossible to beat stupid in an argument. Those invisible and floating hashtags might as well have been egg avatars or 'Make America Great Again' hats, because they were a surefire sign that the person behind them wasn't concerned with logic. If "u really sucks" wasn't proof of then his flat out dismissal of statistics certainly was. Doesn't even matter how many of Pryor's yards came in zone coverage or against someone other than Jenkins, because the person insulting opponents in broken English had enough problems of his own keeping up with players lesser than the target of his ire. Pryor was so far superior to Jenkins yesterday that the latter's inability to see that acted as caution tape that prevented the former from accidentally stooping to his level...