Not again, Blair Walsh.
We're never ones to call for a player to lose his job, but at some point you'd just expect the man to try a different career path. This just seems harmful to his psyche.
Not only does he have to deal with the media and his teammates after costing the Seahawks a loss against Atlanta, but twitter as well. Let's hope he doesn't check social media often.
Blair Walsh heading into the locker room pic.twitter.com/oqHvsv92tm— Capt. (@jeffrey_swiss) November 21, 2017
How many times are we gonna let this happen? Poor guy.
How'd he even miss that bad, anyway?
The real reason Blair Walsh's kick came up just short... pic.twitter.com/UfRKO8Z4LJ— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) November 21, 2017
It's all starting to come together.
"What if I told you that two years after he choked against the Seahawks, the exact same kicker would choke for the Seahawks?"— Fabs (@Fabio227) November 21, 2017
ESPN's 30 for 30: The Blair Walsh Project
You know ESPN is already working on this, with or without Bill Simmons.
Pete has no right to be shocked, though. For real, what was that fake field goal in the first half?
When you knew what Blair Walsh was but you signed him anyways pic.twitter.com/3NBICNOrIj— NFL Retweet (@NFLRT) November 21, 2017
YOU KNEW, PETE. Just turn and walk towards the locker room.
Connor Barth and Blair Walsh walk into a bar... pic.twitter.com/CQi8OMBnyt— The Ten-Yard Line (@TheTenYardLine) November 21, 2017
Seattle just has awful luck with kickers. Or in this case they pick up the one player that's worse than the guy they have. Whoops.
Blair Walsh would fuck up a bowl of Kix.— Nick Swardson (@NickSwardson) November 21, 2017
The Pun is magnificent.
Something tells me there won't be cake this time, though.
Richard Sherman meeting up with blair walsh after the game pic.twitter.com/EKyEMrD7v5— Kevin Mero (@KevinMerro) November 21, 2017
The locker room won't be kind. That much is obvious.
At least we know Blair doesn't skip leg day.
He'll have plenty of time to hit the gym soon.