Pacman Jones: Antonio Brown deserves a Grammy for ‘faking’
Pacman Jones has been very vocal about how furious he is with the way the Bengals lost to the Steelers Saturday night, but he might have his award shows mixed up just a bit.
In an appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show” Monday morning, Jones continued to vent about the costly 15-yard penalty against Vontaze Burfict for his hit on Antonio Brown. Pacman felt Brown’s performance was worthy of an award for outstanding achievement in the music industry.
“Antonio Brown was not hurt. I know he was faking,” Jones said. “Go back and look at the play. Go back in slow motion and tell me Vontaze hit him in the head, or did his shoulder pad barely touch him?
“I think he needs a Grammy Award for that one.”
Jones said over the weekend that Brown deserved an Academy Award for flopping. He probably should have stuck with that joke.
Pacman claims Brown winked at Bengals defenders after the play as if to say “I got you.” He also said Burfict was heading at Brown full-speed at first and eased up. When you see the hit on video, it certainly looked like a cheap shot in every sense.
Like many others, Jones has not taken the loss well. He was seen crying after the game and later went on Instagram to unload on the referees and Steelers coach Joey Porter.
Talk all you want, Pacman. It’s not going to change what happened.