This ‘SNL’ Skit Mocking NFL Injuries Is The Most Accurate Thing I’ve Ever Seen

by 3 years ago

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It seems to happen every single NFL game—a brutal injury. And when it does, the network that’s airing the game often goes above and beyond in giving every single detail of a guy’s knee bending backwards in a direction that it definitely shouldn’t, replaying it over and over as if they’re trying to make fans watching barf up their brunch.

So, of course, Saturday Night Live wanted to make fun of the fact, putting together an accurate skit that showed a made up Packers fourth-string quarterback named Jared Schleff getting his legs bent all the way up towards his face, then replaying it with commentary as if fans want to see that type of shit.

This happens all the damn time, and I don’t have a strong enough stomach to watch the replay of a nasty injury 15 times.

[H/T FTW.USAToday]


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