Maybe we now know why the Green Bay Packers offensive line has been such crap all season. Most of them are a bunch of girls.
Teenage girls, it would seem.
We all know about the love for Pitch Perfect, which resulted in an appearance in Pitch Perfect 2.
Well, if you thought it ended there, you were mistaken. It turns out starting left guard Josh Sitton, staring left tackle David Bakhtiari and backup tackle Don Barclay all LOVE romantic comedies.
It has been suggested starting right guard T.J. Lang also falls into this category.
The Wall Street Journal (yeah, that’s not a typo) just did a story on these clowns and their love of rom-coms. In it, we get quotes like this.
“I love rom-coms, all of them, I’m a big rom-com guy,” Sitton said. “‘How To Lose a Guy in Ten Days’ is a good one. ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is a great, great movie.”
“When you’re a rookie, you sort of assume your role,” Bakhtiari said. “But once I got comfortable, I expressed my feelings towards ‘Pitch Perfect.’”
And that brings us to Linsley, who when prodded about rom-coms, wanted none of that bullshit.
When a teammate comes in and starts chatting about something like “The Devil Wears Prada,” Linsley said: “I know what he’s talking about, I just don’t like it, and I wouldn’t want to watch it.”
Other than Linsley expressing his distaste, starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga isn’t mentioned, so we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.
That guy doesn’t really have anything to say about anything though, does he?
But now we know.
Three-fifths of the Packers’ starting offensive line is at home watching teenage girl movies every night.
Linsley, and possibly Bulaga, are the only men among them.
I don’t give a fuck if their sitting in a circle wearing skirts and bras playing chutes and ladders drinking grape kool-aid, just block your fucking man.
Yes this surely will help the Packers shed their reputation as a soft team. JFC.
LMAO thought this was about injuries
Apparently Monty wouldn’t know a real man when he sees one.I know war Hero’s who watch ROM coms,hug their brothers,and cry openly.And they are the best MEN I know.
I have never heard the term rom-com until this article.
Monty, the comments to this purposely planted article are a good indicator of your readers’ intelligence. Well done.
And two of the chief rubes again take the bait and weigh in with their, ah, superior intellect. Brilliant!