Is it considered a successful draft when you solidify your quarterback position for the next decade and pick the a superhuman cornerback in the 3RD round? I don't know how well a box jump translates to the football field, but I would have to imagine the ability to jump clean over an oncoming train can only be a positive. Steal of a lifetime. Who cares that P.J. Williams has a DUI in his past? That probably happened before he realized he had the ability to fly. Cars are just something he can keep in his garage to show off his wealth now. Not something he hops behind the wheel of after a couple of vodka tonics. The Saints didn't just draft a cornerback that can actually tackle for once, they drafted the most prominent black superhero the world may ever lay eyes on. Let us not discuss the things that P.J. Williams can't do well that forced his drop to the 3rd round. Let us discuss the things that he can that will undoubtedly make up for his short comings. Who cares about stiff hips and awkward footwork when he's basically playing on the moon against a bunch of mere mortals? He is essentially an eagle playing against a bunch of Dodo birds. That's right, The NFL is full of a bunch of flightless birds that Williams is set to fly over and shit on. I can't wait to enjoy Williams showcasing that athletic ability before Goodell bans it for being unfair to his competition.
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