Josh Sitton welcomes the coming zombie apocalypse


We all gotta go sometime, and the Packers guard knows exactly how he wants it all to end.

Packers guard Josh Sitton was on the Jim Rome Show (kids call it "The Jungle" for some reason) on Monday discussing important topics like CTE and degenerative neurological disease among football players ...

... no, wait, they were talking about more important things, like zombies. (Had it confused with Charlie Rose for a minute, my bad, lol).

Sitton shared the basics of fending off legions of undead cable subscribers:

"Zombies definitely don't like cold weather and you already have a plan in place, people you trust that you have to be around. Then you have lots of weapons and you try to fortify yourself in a big place with a big old fence. Then you try to just rock on and kill lots of zombies. That's honestly I hope how I go out someday, in a zombie apocalypse."

Sure, it sounds easy enough inside the ivory towers of talk radio. But you can tell he's only presumed expert on this because he watches "Walking Dead" and seems like the kind of guy who might already own lots of weapons.

Not one mention of a chainsaw, an Olds Delta '88, or a boomstick.

(via CBS Sports)

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