Lions Guard Jonah Jackson Has Hilarious Mic’d Up Moment
Lions guard Jonah Jackson had a hilarious mic’d up moment while on the sidelines. One of the best things we get with professional sports is mic’d up moments, and this week we got a doozy.
In case you aren’t addicted to your phone and constantly scrolling social media, “girl math” and “boy math” are the latest trend. It’s mostly the justification of financial decisions based on the way men and women think, but you can apply it to anything. I mention this because it’s clear Jonah Jackson keeps score using “boy math.”
At Sunday’s game vs. the Carolina Panthers, the Lions came out on the hunt. They scored two touchdowns in the first and second quarters, and then another two in the fourth. The team was on fire! That’s when we find our boy Jonah trying to figure out how much the Lions are winning by.
Fortunately, Taylor Decker was by his side to help him through the math problem. The clip is hilarious, and the reaction on the Internet is even funnier. Listen, the boys are here to play some football. We don’t need them to add and subtract.
The Lions have been on fire through the first five games of the season. There are still a lot of skeptics out there, but this team finally feels like they are on the right track. They are playing with heart, and it feels like they know the entire city is behind them. It has been thrilling to watch them, and it makes moments like these even more special. I’m sure Jonah Jackson is going to take some shots because of his bad math skills, but when your team is on top it doesn’t matter.
The Lions are racking up accolades and have broken a bunch of franchise records. Dan Campbell has said some of the most motivational things I’ve ever heard. Usually, I’m against bandwagon fans. I’ve been a Lions fan since the days of the Silverdome. Life long Lions fans have felt pain and suffering. That being said, if you want to jump on our wagon, we have room for you! I’m also here for all of Jonah Jackson’s hilarious mic’d up moments! #OnePride #GoLions