We’re all still shocked at the game we saw between the Packers and the Cowboys. After the Packers jumped out to a 21-3 lead, the Cowboys fought back, before the Packers went on one last drive to put themselves in position for the game-winning field goal.
On that drive, Aaron Rodgers hit Jared Cook with a perfectly placed pass that Cook turned into an even more spectacular catch.
After the game, Randall Cobb said that play wasn’t designed at all:
It’s things like drawing up plays randomly at the most crucial times that always make for the best stories, right?
“I placed my hands on Porter’s chest to prevent him from advancing back towards Neskow,” the officer wrote. “Porter grabbed both of my wrists, pushing them back towards me. Porter’s grasp was so strong and he was holding my wrists so tightly that I could not pull them away from him, no matter how hard I tried. Porter was extremely agitated and after my observations of him grabbing Neskow and now grabbing me, I believed that he was going to cause me serious injury.”
Porter was taken to the Allegheny County Jail and charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, resisting arrest, public drunkenness and terroristic threats, per the Pittsburgh Police Department. On Monday morning, he posted $25,000 bail and released.
There are two possible options here, and both of them are very plausible:
He knows social media platforms have a “Face” on the end or start of their names. He thinks it’s possible the face belongs to somebody.