Jarvis Landry puts on a dodgeball performance for the ages at the NFL Pro Bowl
How is dodgeball not a bigger sport in America?
Former LSU standout Jarvis Landry would likely be the first overall pick based on his performance in the NFL Pro Bowl’s dodgeball game Thursday. I mean, it makes sense, right? An NFL wide receiver should be a dodgeball legend. After all, they are making millions catching footballs.
Landry was one of two players (the other was Nick Chubb) left for the AFC’s team, and Landry resulted to not even throwing balls to end the game; he just caught them and led his team to victory in a performance for the ages.
Check this out:
UNREAL 2 MINUTES OF DODGEBALL FROM JARVIS LANDRY 😱@God_Son80 put the team on his back.
— ESPN (@espn) January 24, 2020
Sadly, Cleveland Browns fans will likely count this as a postseason victory.