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Here’s Jermichael Finley on That Concussion

Jermichael Finley concussion

Jermichael Finley suffered a concussion in the Green Bay Packers loss to the Cincinnati Bengals and we haven’t heard much from him since.

But Big Fin has a video team, so they made a video about said concussion. It is appropriately titled “Finley on Concussions.”

“I looked at the sideline and all I saw was jerseys,” Finley said. “I saw the yellow pants we wore, and I didn’t see no head or legs. Everybody was decapitated and my body was on fire.”

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. the real russ letlow September 30, 2013

    to see Finley trying to walk with those rubbery legs was some scary crap, but man those hallucinations of headless and legless team mates is some wild stuff. I’ve been hit in the head pretty hard, but nothing to that degree!

  2. GB West September 30, 2013

    This guy has done a 180. Not the Finley of old. I hope he is cleared for Detroit because we’re gonna need him. Not sure what finally clicked but he seems to have matured quite a bit. If he keeps playing hard, show him the money!

  3. Tucson Packer September 30, 2013

    Where is the old Fin? I dont care. This guy is awesome. Sounds like you have a great family too. You are a lucky man. Dont do anything to put all you’ve worked on at risk…

  4. Doug September 30, 2013

    One of many guys we need to get healthy to turn this thing around. Packers are definitely a much better team than what we’ve been able to put on the field, and I feel like as soon as we get some people back we’re poised to reclaim our rightful spot atop the standings. Get will soon Finley.

  5. Phatgzus September 30, 2013

    Concussion, or vision of the Apocalypse?

  6. FITZCORE1252 September 30, 2013

    Dude looked like a baby giraffe taking its first steps after that hit.

    For everybody buying into ‘the new’ Finley, all I have to say is… Contract year. I’ve seen this movie before.

    I do hope he’s able to stay healthy the rest of the way, though. Dude’s a matchup problem, and we’re a better O with him on the field. Period.