New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston was the talk of the NFL on Sunday as he destroyed the Green Bay Packers. Winston threw five touchdown passes during his team’s 38-3 rout, completing 14 of 20 throws for 148 yards.
“I thought he played very well,” Saints head coach Sean Payton said. “He was locked in, focused, we spread the ball around and we’re going to go through that tape and look at some of the throws and there might be a progression or two but I thought he played very well.”
Former Heisman winner and new NFL analyst Robert Griffin III would soon take to Twitter and seemingly troll Winston by recalling the quarterback’s infamous crab legs saga during his career at Florida State.
After being blasted by social media, RG3 specifically called out a guy who bullied him by calling him a ‘cornball.’
“Been bullied w/ comments like this my whole life. Wasn’t black because I talked “proper” or was what @AFRO_THUNDER80 called me because I didn’t talk or dress black enough. It’s okay to be black, educated, support & give back to your community and make bad jokes from time to time”
His attempt at comedy came out of nowhere from Griffin. He had just recently appeared on ESPN’s College GameDay and has been signed by the network as a football analyst.
He eventually realized he was getting cooked badly over the tweet.