Taylor Heinicke started as a quarterback for the Washington football team when Alex Smith failed to leave, and the 27-year-old from the Old Dominion, who was a reserve for the St. Louis Beathokes at the XFL less than a year ago, was amazing. Too good to be true, really.
As detailed in NBC, Heineke is still completing his degree at Old Dominion and has attended online math classes. Some of the more basic figures he studies are that before Saturday night he had thrown 77 passes to the NFL, with Houston in 2017, Carolina in 2018 and Washington this season. Heineke had thrown two touchdowns and three interceptions.
So, after appearing in just one game this season, Heinike was in the starting lineup of the football team, which was 7-9 this season, and what did he do? Oh, he just went 26-for-44 for 306 yards, a touchdown, an interception and an exciting run for the score to get started.
Hardly anyone in America expected Heineke and the football team to have a chance to tie up their last possession, but they were there, with that opportunity. And although it didn’t work out, Washington beat the spread and found a new folk hero. Everyone loves him. He is very special. Oh … oh, no … what was that part about “too good to be true” before?
Yes he is fully MYSELF dude who did the whole routine of pointing the violence in Chicago seems to justify the police killing innocent civilians.
Tom Brady was also in this game and determined some kind old man record. Whatever it was, he defeated a 7-9 team, protected by some MAGA doofus, who didn’t even make it to the XFL.
LaMelo Ball became the youngest player in NBA history to record a triple-double, according to the title of this NBA video, which shows Ball’s highlights. Sidenote: He did this by getting off the bench!
He is very funny! It’s much better than watching a football game for three hours, rooting for someone you’ve never heard of before, seeing him do great, but eventually failing, then to learn that you would never want to root for that person in the first place.