Guard Josh Sitton didn’t just lose his job when the Green Bay Packers released him. He also lost his cheeseburger.
A&W had been selling a Josh Sitton Burger throughout Wisconsin. They had just inked Sitton to a sponsorship deal in August.
Then the Packers released him and he signed with the Chicago Bears. What of the burger?
— Jason Wilde (@jasonjwilde) September 14, 2016
Big and bold, just like Josh himself.
Maybe if Fat Mike would just have eaten a Josh Sitton Burger (or 12 — you know he eats 12 burgers per sitting), none of this would have happened.
Mordecai…..almost on a daily basis, proving once again why he’s worth the $7.75/hour Monty pays him.
I think he should have held out for $8, because……yea………
How are people going to support Wisconsin’s only growth industry, in home diabetes care, if they can’t enjoy a lard burger once a day? That’s a dirty low down shame.
Ha ha ha!
That’s the same laugh i heard when AP (All Day) ramrodded the Titan defense by going beast mode for 31 yards on 19 carries.
Ok, i a have a question, that i don’t know the answer because i don’t follow the vikings or hang out in a Viking fans blog. Did AP set his yearly goal before the season of rushing for 2500 yards again?
The burger will still produce the same “toxic atmosphere” as the original promotion.