Are .... are you guys seeing this? Demias Jimerson, football player for an 11-year old team in Malvern, Arkansas, looks pretty, pretty suspiciously familiar. How suspicious familiar? Well, let's count the similarities between him and another well known football player and you tell me:
- Also black (let's just get that out of the way)
- Cuts through defenses like the Situation slaying blond exchange students in Italy.
- THEY BOTH LOVE THE COLOR PURPLE!
- Uh, Demias Jimerson, please? DJP? DJP? PJD BACKWARDS?
Also, him wearing a #28 Vikings jersey probably gave this surprise away early, but you at least knew where I was going to be going with this. Also, I know 11 is a tad bit young to be drafted into the NFL, but here are two things the Vikings need to do relatively soon:
- Draft Brett Favre's likely retarded nephew from Southern Mississippi - or just let another team utilize his services for 10+ years - and then somehow get him on our team.
- Draft DJP after a brilliant college career and put him at running back.
- Change blog title to "Demias Jimerson, People!"
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Little (well?) known fact, Malvern always has a RB who tears shit up as he makes his way through the leagues down there. Every few years they just wait to see who the new Madre Hill will be. When I was in high school it was Harold Harris. Our team sucked so it's not like he had a lot of competition, but every time this kid touched the ball it was like he was out for some field sprints and some people happened to be on the field with him. My brother played OL, by the time they'd get off the line Harris would be halfway down the field. He was eventually moved to CB in college and did nothing.
Why am I telling you this? Fuck if I know. There's some Arkansas high school football trivia for you.
Penalized because other kids are too shitty... lame. Kids need to learn life isn't sunshine & rainbows. There will be average people like us & then there will be Purple Jesus'. Don't want the kid to score so many touchdowns... then STOP him.
@MikeFromWinnipeg Yeah, Vikings, no one is going to stop scoring for you. *hatemyteam*
@PJD The sad thing is, if AP was on a team with a competent line and a good passing game, he'd easily run for like 150 yards per game. Imagine him on the Packers, Patriots, Chargers, etc. Might as well fold the league because it wouldn't be fair to everyone else.
@MikeFromWinnipeg That rule is the most ridiculous thing ever. How does it "help" the other kids to not let someone good play/score touchdowns? That is about the dumbest thing I've ever heard. So can he just not play under the rules of Madre Hill? Or when he runs in his 16th touchdown does it just not count and his team gets the ball at the 1 yard line or what?