Congratulations to these bros who dressed up to go to the Falcons-Bears game for their Bachelor party.
Football guys of the week for sure!
No for this week's nominees
1. Thaddeus Longmore
CORALVILLE, Iowa (KCRG/Gray News) - A middle schooler in Iowa who has a disability doesn’t let it get in the way of his dreams.
Seventh grader Thaddeus Longmire was born without arms, but that doesn’t stop him from playing the game he loves: football.
“Football is very fun and being a tight end blocking and feeling like a part of the team,” Thaddeus told KCRG. “No one really said I couldn’t do it, they just gave me, like, looks. That made me feel like I should do it to prove them wrong.”
Thaddeus said it’s not easy playing football without arms.
The dude wanted to play football without any arms. 0 arms. He really put to the test the foot in football by proving it was a game you could truly play only with your feet. This guy is throwing blocks with no arms, playing the game we all love with no arms. This really goes to show you can really do anything you set your mind too.
2. Devin Danielson DL, Pitt
This dude is a psycho, no question. His teammate's reactions make the video. This is definitely not his first time smashing his head with things.
3. Nick Saban HC, Alabama
"I took one of the hardest hits in the whole game, and unlike some of our players, I didn't have to go to the medical tent. They don't make 'em like they used too"
Nick Saban recruits some of the best football players in the country but can simultaneously emasculate them so easily. He got guys like Derrick Henry or linebackers like Dont'a Hightower and Courtney Upshaw, but to Saban, non of them can compete with his old-school toughness.
4. Montana Mascot
Ran into the goalpost; this is the best way to hype up a crowd, no question. Sacrificing yourself for the hype of the crowd. Football Guy.