James Jones is quite the character.
At my house, we always make fun of him because he’s got that stupid mock turtleneck on under his jersey. Whenever Jones makes a play you say, “Looks like turtleneck weather in Wisconsin!”
Because when James Jones is on the field, it’s always turtleneck weather.
Well, Jones upped the ante quite a bit on Sunday. Not only did he have his stupid turtleneck on, he also wore a fucking hoodie. That dude was layered the hell up!
Jersey, over hoodie, over turtleneck.
When we saw this nonsense, we came to the logical conclusion that a hoodie must be some sort of uniform violation. After all, this is the league where guys get fined for making personal statements about breast cancer with their attire during breast cancer awareness month.
Somehow, Jones’ hoodie was perfectly legal.
So about James Jones' hoodie…
The better question is probably why did James Jones feel the need to wear a hoodie on Sunday?
“When I went out there for warmups, I was warm,” Jones said. “It’s a short-sleeve hoodie. I practice in it every day. I was like, practice how you play. It was team-issued colors, so I felt kind of swagged up out there with it. So I’m like, let me go out there and play with it. I was just hoping nobody would grab me from the back because they might treat it like (dreadlocks).”
Right. Totally logical.
It’s a short-sleeved hoodie and you were cold…
The dude led the Packers with six catches for 109 yards. If wearing a hoodie equals that kind of production, then wear the hoodie whenever the hell you want, James!