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That Hoodie Nonsense is Catching On

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The Green Bay Packers clown prince, James Jones, has inspired a new style — wearing a hoodie under your jersey.

When the Packers showed up at practice on Tuesday, both Randall Cobb and Davante Adams joined Jones in the hoodie club.

It’s a wonder Jones’ ever-present mock turtleneck never caught on like this…

Oh, wait… no. Mock turtlenecks are fucking lame. Come to think of it, we’re more surprised that someone hasn’t pulled Jones aside by now and said something like, “Uh… hey, James. Maybe think about ditching the turtleneck. Those went out of style in the 80s.”

Anyway, we’ll be interested to see if Cobb or Adams actually shows up for the game on Thursday with a hoodie under their jersey like Jones did on Sunday.

One interesting thing to note in that image is who isn’t wearing a hoodie (or much else, for that matter).

Jeff Janis.

Must be why the Packers refuse to put him in the game.

Just doesn’t fit in. Isn’t one of the guys. Not in the hoodie club.

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11 Comments

  1. brad November 24, 2015

    Just wait until they start getting tackled by them…

  2. brad November 24, 2015

    Just thought of something funny – they should make them tear away :)

    1. ay hombre November 24, 2015

      Yes! If that’s legal that would be awesome, because if I’m a guy on another team and I see that hoodie hanging out, I make a point to rip him down by it.

  3. Harry Hood November 24, 2015

    Style? This is football, whatever the fuk it takes to win!

    1. Fritz fm WI November 27, 2015

      whatever it takes? there are some things Packer Nation will not stoop to:

      1- Spying on other teams.

      2- putting bounties on other teams players.

      3- tampering with the footballs/equipment.

      am not sure about “doctoring” the frozen tundra, however. there is a rumor the packers may have selectively iced up hidden spots on the frozen field at some point in the distant past?

  4. PF4L November 25, 2015

    I wouldn’t wear it personally, i think it would be too restrictive and heavy. I’d also like Cobb to worry about catching the football, not some one or two week fashion fad. Hombre has it right, someone will tackle him from behind by it, and that’ll probably be the last you see of it.

  5. ferris November 25, 2015

    Janis is wearing shorts too. Put him in the game, he’s tough enough for WI weather.

  6. Eduardo November 25, 2015

    Next they’ll start wearing big’ol glasses with non-prescription lenses….oh wait, that fads over with.

  7. Deepsky November 25, 2015

    If makes them stop overthinking and dropping balls, then more power to them.

  8. Organicbuzz November 25, 2015

    I agree with hombre. It’s like waving a piece of meat in a hungry dog’s face. Go Pack Go!!!

  9. John Smith November 25, 2015

    im guessing they wear it so when they get off the field, they can just throw their hoodie up, and be warm