Well, It Turns Out That Ted Ginn Jr Isn't the Fastest Dude in the NFL
If you've ever wondered what 40 yards of gold looks like, you're in luck.
Someone decided it'd be a good idea to have a bracket-style tournament to crown once and for all the fastest dude in the NFL.
Indeed, Ginn is now officially not the fastest dude in the NFL, so we won't be seeing many public challenges from him in the future.
But if Teddy didn't win, who did?
Let's find out.
Robby Anderson tops Alvin Kamara in the first round of 40 Yards of Gold. pic.twitter.com/nbqECC5mi2— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) June 29, 2019
Yep, that was definitely a 40-yard dash.
We were under the impression that there was an elaborate scavenger hunt to find 40 separate pots of gold, but apparently this event was in fact just a series of brief sprints.
If there are no objections, we're just going to cut to the chase, quite literally.
Marquise Goodwin tops Donte Jackson by .05 seconds to win inaugural 40 Yards of Gold title. Absolutely electric. He wins the $1 million prize. pic.twitter.com/FPJWcGOGAO— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) June 30, 2019
That's a lot of scratch, but more important than money is the prestigious title of NFL's fastest man, which Goodwin can lord over the rest of the league next season.
That tiger's probably already sick of hearing about it.