Robert Griffin III Trolls Jameis Winston With This Tweet After Saints Pounce Packers
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New Orleans Saints QB Jameis Winston had a killer game in Week 1 leading his team to a 38-3 win over the Green Bay Packers. After the game, former NFL QB turned ESPN analyst Robert Griffin III tweeted this out... (The Spun)
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Damn.That's going to make Thanksgiving at the Heisman House awkward.
Reply3 months
RGIII may have thrown 5 in his short failed pro career attempt
Reply3 months
and they were all week 1 against the Saints his rookie year
3 months
Washed up QB’s always have something to say. Loved the post about thanksgiving. Classic.
Reply3 months
Sorry for the downvote
3 months
That must have sounded a lot funnier in his head
Reply3 months
Cornball brother
Reply3 months
This is weird that he would care
Reply3 months
RGIII definitely post on TD.
Reply3 months
1 of the worse tweets ever
Reply3 months
If RG3 is white he is fired immediately. Blk on blk crime is okay though.
Reply3 months
Typical social media. Just post low-hanging fruit low-effort BS for engagement purposes.
Reply3 months
What a loser
Reply3 months
It’s hard to say something more confusing than a Jameis Winston quote, but RGIII actually did it. I am impressed.
Reply3 months
The crab legs joke as run it course. Time to move on. Not even remotely funny now.
Reply3 months
That is funny!
Reply3 months
RG3 sure had a short career for someone drafted second overall. Maybe he'll do better with standup comedy.
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ODP
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I bet RG3's wife was cracking up at that one when he told her.
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Can't believe no ags are here praising one of "their" own.
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Huh?
3 months
Eh. Weird from a dude already out of the NFL.
Reply3 months
Delete Twitter.
Reply3 months
I will always hate him with a burning passion.
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