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Sweet-Ass Mustache, Clay!

We didn’t notice it when we pulled this photo, this morning. We did notice it while we were reviewing the game tape of the Green Bay Packers’ win over the Oakland Raiders.

That is, Clay Matthews’ sweet-ass mustache.

It’s hard to see due to that fact that Matthews has blond hair, but it’s there. Kind of like the one your cousin Rico grew in ninth grade, except lighter.

This isn’t the first time Matthews has experimented with facial hair growth. Last season he went all Grizzly Adams.

Got married, totally let himself go!

Clay Matthews

Personally, I prefer mustachioed Matthews.

Reminds me of another American hero with a sweet-ass mustache.

John Holmes

Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!



  1. Zveinar August 19, 2016


  2. Arca August 21, 2016

    Jesus what happened to his looks?

  3. Killer August 21, 2016

    This article is a perfect example of Mordecai’s reporting skills.

    He writes an article about a mustache!

    The mustache looks like peach fuzz on a 15 yr old and may not even qualify as a mustache under the guidelines set by the International Men of Mustachios (IMM).

    Despite it’s arguable existence and near invisibility Mordecai then calls it a “sweet-ass mustache”….

    All this is Mordecai’s reporting skills in a nutshell.

    PS Matthews with the PEDs is currently 246 pounds. Once he is out of football he will stop taking the PEDs (I think). Most ex-football players gain weight — mostly fat. That si what happens when you get older. I bet Clay shrinks down to 210 or so. Even 230 would make the past PED use obvious.

    Don’t trash me now. Wait until 5 years after he retires then come trash me if he weighs 260 and has a big belly roll.

  4. SC August 22, 2016

    Looks more like he skipped shaving for a couple of days. That guy is right, however, this is not newsworthy. You just wanted clicks on your site. Write anything about Clay, true or not, for clicks. Pathetic.