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by: Penn Collins On  Friday, November 14, 2014
Tags:  Football   Janoris Jenkins   Rams   Romo  

Janoris Jenkins

Janoris Jenkins either has a LOT of confidence, or a really crappy memorabilia guy. Either way, he’s now got a football commemorating a pick six off Tony Romo for a game that hasn’t happened yet. And will never happen. Because November 21st is a Friday, and this game took place in September. It’s all very confusing and Inception-esque.

So, it would seem that Janoris Jenkins had a printer who screwed up the date, even though Janoris Jenkins did get a pick six off Tony Romo in a game the Rams lost in September.

I can’t embed the Instagram post because I have to follow Janoris Jenkins to get access, and I’m just not going to folllow Janoris Jenkins on Instagram. But you can see it above.

The elephant in the room is: Janoris Jenkins got a commemorative ball for a pick six? Is this standard practice? I mean, if it’s important enough to get a commemorative ball about it, it’s probably important enough that you won’t forget it.

But, he did wind up with a ball from the future, and I think that’s pretty cool.

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