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Thanks for the Sack


Sometimes when wide receivers score a touchdown,
they get down on one knee, bow their head, and
cross themselves. But when defensive players break
up a play or sack the quarterback, they never do
that. They jump around and raise their fists and
act like Jesus didn’t help out at all. Baseball
pitchers never get down on one knee and cross
themselves after they strike out a guy. I guess
Jesus only helps certain athletes. I think that’s
pretty discriminatory on his part.

Submitted: Monday, September 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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