Look, I'm all for doing whatever needs to be done to get some positive reinforcement from social media. The amount of idiocy I participated in to get a few retweets and likes even before I got paid to be a professional idiot at Barstool shames me to this day to the point I turned into the Rick Dalton meme whenever some brainiac in The Social Dilemma discussed the sweet dopamine rush that consumes the human brain every time an internet stranger clicks a heart on one of my posts and the crippling addiction it builds.
But I never resorted to playing pee wee football so I could bulldoze some poor children into oblivion. Not that I have any problem with it. Quite the opposite. Being able to dominate little kids in sports is one of the few moments of actual dominance I still feel as an old man since those little terrorists can make me crumble by screaming in my face until they get what they want.
I don't know if this guy was coaching his kids on the purple team and got a jersey sent in his size or he is just some dude in town that bought a jersey just so he could feel what it's like to be a 99 Overall in Madden and knew no pee wee league would have the balls to cry about weight limits in the year 2020 of our Lord. But I truly support anybody's right to live out the Andy Reid Punt, Pass & Kick experience.
I know I used this gif in the blog about that 6-year-old runaway train running back the other day. But this purple people eater is much more Andrew Ried of Los Angeles, Calif. than that young gridiron god
As for the kid that took the perfect angle and took down this Goliath, he can play for my team any day of the week. Like literally I want Dave Gettleman to sign this guy and put him in the lineup against the Rams on Sunday because while he may not have the size to perform in the National Football League, he has the technique and the heart.