What It Was Was Football: 2020 edition.

Source: Wondermark

Yes, it’s that time again, and may the team with the most points as determined by the rules at the end of the arbitrarily set period of time be declared the title holder!

Defending Team:

Safety-Tyrann Mathieu

Safety-Daniel Sorensen

Cornerback- Alex Brown

Cornerback-Bashaud Breeland

Outside Linebacker-Darron Lee

Outside Linebacker- Dorian O’Daniel

Middle Linebacker- Reggie Ragland

End-Blake Bell

End-Travis Kelce

Tackle-Jackson Barton

Tackle-Cameron Erving

Wide Receiver- Mecole Hardman

Wide Receiver-Tyreek Hill

Tackle- Eric Fisher

Tackle-Stefen Wisniewski

Guard- Andrew Wylie

Guard- Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Center- Austin Reiter

Tight End- Blake Bell

Quarterback-Chad Henne

Fullback- Anthony Sherman

Running Back-LeSean McCoy

Receiving Team:

Safety-Festin

Safety-King Meshugah

Cornerback-Garet Jax

Cornerback-Dejah Thoris

Outside Linebacker-Thorin Oakenshield

Outside Linebacker-Yog Sothoth

Middle Linebacker-Sandman

End-Ningauble Of The Seven Eyes

End-Genly Ai

Tackle-Sir Gawain

Tackle-Mongo

Wide Receiver-Namor Of Atlantis

Wide Receiver-Balon Greyjoy

Tackle-Hellboy

Tackle-Xena, Warrior Princess

Guard-Anita Blake

Guard-The Red Queen

Center-Lessa/Ramoth

Tight End-Lord Voldemort

Quarterback- Schmendrick The Magician

 Fullback-Eeyore

Halfback-Rudy Ruettiger

All those who recognized the reference to Andy Griffith earn an automatic five bonus points.

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8 Comments

  1. mydangblog

    I would have thought the Green Knight would be on the field if Gawain is there! Also, Blake is a Bell-End twice, lucky guy!
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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Considering the British definition of Bell-end I’m not sure Blake is that lucky, and I’m not sure how he ended up on the team twice, but, now that you mention it, the Green Knight would be a formidable player.

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  2. Tom Cummings

    Schmendrick played a hell of a game, but in the end it just wasn’t enough to overcome the mistakes of Namor, or the Curse of the Golden Gate.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      The problem with putting Namor on the field is, of course, that he’s completely out of his element.

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  3. Ann Koplow

    What it was was a great post, Chris.Touchdown!

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      This comment really scores!

      Reply
  4. Kristine Laco

    Everybody loves a tight end. Sadly, I did not score the extra points, but you did.
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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      The good news is that Who’s Line Is It Anyway? rules apply here and the points don’t matter.

      Reply

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