White men (and Jonathan Babineaux) can't jump

Kevin C. Cox

Ryan Lindley makes his NFL debut and promptly scores a touchdown ... for the wrong team.

Only a couple of plays into his NFL debut, Cardinals rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley took part on a touchdown play. It is unfortunate that Jonathan Babineaux is on the other team.

It didn't take long for Lindley to find out that the Arizona offensive line is a major part of their offensive woes and a subsequent sack and fumble quickly led to the Cardinals' lead shrinking to 13-10. Babineaux was the player that scooped the fumble and scored, but then it didn't take him very long to remember that he can't dunk.

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I think most men in America can relate to the moment where you break free for a wide open dunk and then realize that you've never dunked before and, well, what were you thinking? Just take the two points and leave the posterizing to Michael Jordan.

Chalk this up to a "good job, good effort" on the part of Babineaux. You might get plenty of opportunities against the Cardinals offense today, just dish it for an assist next time and then we're goin' to Sizzler.

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