Updated: May 29, 2020
BAH GAWWD is that Al Davis' music? Yes, he's been dead for 9 years, but you're crazy if you don't think this dog was put on this Earth to be wearing the Silver and Black. This dog is physically gifted, but this dog is also everything Al Davis thought he was getting in Darrius Heyward-Bey in the 2009 draft- all flash.
Now if you come at me with a logical argument such as the play drawn on the whiteboard during the timeout for these guys was that special, I'll have to respectfully disagree with you. In fact, I'll tell you that the play was poorly drawn up. If you're trying to distract the dog on the far end of the fence, why wouldn't you run as far as you felt comfortable doing and hopped the fence towards the trees? Pull the dog as far away from the situation as possible before jumping into the yard on the far end. The fella who eventually grabbed the ball only got out of the yard unscathed because the tree set an illegal pick and that should be 15 yards on the offense.
Hell, why is someone even recording this? Seems like a lot of me guys, instead of we guys if you ask me. We all know that they wanted to football back, and were too afraid to go knock on this person's front door so the possibility of someone being mauled by a dog that would run a 4.2 40 and 6.2 3-cone drill all in the means of clout.
In all honesty, this dog needs to work on taking better angles, because if this pup wants to succeed at the next level, they need to realize you're no longer getting by on athleticism alone, you can be as flashy as you want to be, but if you can't deliver when the bright lights are shining, what's the point?