Is Anyone Really Surprised That Opposing Teams Have Grown Tired Of Penn State's Fat, Flopping Kicker?
Earlier In The Season:
October 1, 2016
This Past Weekend:
See Penn State, this is why you can't have nice things. Unsupervised showers and fat, lovable kickers. Give them to Penn State and they are sure to be used for evil. I didn't even want to make a child molestation joke. I wanted to be the bigger person, but that's literally impossible since Joey Julius is the person we are discussing here. Fucking guy is as big as a house, hits like a Mack truck, and falls down easier than his stomach once the Under Armour comes off. I honestly don't think I have ever seen an "athlete" that's so quick to throw their weight around when on the attack and so afraid of contact when someone somehow manages to fit his rotund ass in the crosshairs.
The beauty of football is that you can tackle people, and the reason that everyone doesn't have what it takes to play it is that they can tackle back. That's why it's bullshit that this kicker thinks he can absolutely behead people, but is safe from retribution when he's casually jogging down the field unaware of his surroundings like someone's dangling a hot dog on a stick in front of his face. I don't give a shit what position he plays. He's made the conscious decision that he's going to be the vicious, violent kicker that puts unsuspecting returners on the wrong end of highlight films. With that comes the likelihood that someone is going to take exception. Now, when they do so illegally it should get them ejected, but I can understand WHY they do it anyway because even I am tried of watching that heifer flop to the ground like he's looking for sympathy cheeseburgers every single time someone so much as pushes him. It's football. You can't be the hunter without putting yourself at risk of being hunted. You especially can't do so without pissing off literally everyone on the field who knows what it feels like to give a hit AND take a hit.
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