God’s personal vendetta against crappy football player

I love this story.  I’ve always been mystified by these macho jocks who make a big public show of praying before a game and thanking God when they make a good play.  AS IF God would ever waste one iota of his/her/its infinite consciousness on such trivial peepeecaca.  How arrogant can you get?

So the big question now is:  why don’t these ball-tossing mongoloids ever blame God when they fuck up?  If you’re willing to believe prayer will magically make you play better, you should expect days when God just doesn’t give a shit.

It wasnt his own hands or the Pittsburgh secondary Sunday that foiled Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson from hauling in what should have been the game-winning TD catch in the end zone.

It was God.

“I PRAISE YOU 24/7!!!!!!” the 24-year-old tweeted from his iPad at around 5:15 Sunday after the Steelers 19-16 overtime victory. “AND THIS HOW YOU DO ME!!!!! YOU EXPECT ME TO LEARN FROM THIS??? HOW???!!! ILL NEVER FORGET THIS!! EVER!!! THX THO…”

Johnson had a perfect pass in his hands that would have given his team an overtime victory over the heavily favored Steelers.

Instead of walking off the field the hero, however, he dropped it.

Devastated, the 24-year-old watched in horror as the Steelers drove back down the field for the game-winning field goal.

While he seemed to hold it together on the sidelines, after the game, he later addressed the one person he found to blame on Twitter: God.

Johnson had seven catches for 68 receiving yards in the loss, but dropped at least three passes on the day.

via nydailynews.com

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