Calvin Johnson has the most fitting nickname in sports. “Megatron” has a wingspan of 6’10”, a height of 6’5″, a weight of 240lbs, runs a 40 yard dash in less than 4.3 seconds, and has an overall reach of 8’8″. How do you stop that? Answer: you don’t. If World War III breaks out, just clone a couple thousand Calvin Johnsons and America would have more than enough firepower to decimate every other country on the planet. Hell they’d probably catch enemies’ bombs out of mid-air, run them into the nearest end zone, and dunk them through the uprights…given it’d be kind of counterproductive but at least we’d have the most badass army in the world. Only thing bad about the guy is I’m playing against him in Fantasy Football this week. Long live Megatron.
How can ESPN pull “Are you ready for some football” the song and music video are America. All because Hank Williams Jr. was hammered on Fox News. The first seconds of the video he is trying to lay the mack down on the female host. Then he looks like he wants to tell one of the other hosts to “go fuck himself.” Hank bleeds America. The American way is to speak your mind. Celebrities can’t say anything now without the media going crazy. ESPN pulled a song that has been synonymous with Monday Night Football since 1991. I have to say ESPN is coming out of this situation like a bunch of cowards. Having the song be the intro to Monday Night Football does not mean that ESPN supports Hank’s views. This is a cover your ass move by ESPN and it is the wrong one. Hank Williams Jr. is just speaking his mind and he didn’t even have to apologize. All he did was make politics interesting for a couple days. “Are You Ready for Some Football” needs to be put back on the air.
This is the most American video aside from every Toby Keith video ever.
Hank Williams Jr. – Are You Ready for Some Football