Bengals fans aren’t convinced Randy Bullock actually got injured after shanking game tying field goa
Bengals fans are not convinced Randy Bullock, more lovingly known as “Fat Randy,” pulled a calf muscle on a game tying 31 yard field goal. I’m not too convinced either. How does someone in that good of shape pull something on what should be a routine kick?
Love the immediate injury from Randy Bullock. Pro move — Tommy Smokes (@TomScibelli) September 13, 2020
Legendary move by Randy Bullock. Brick the game-tying field goal and immediately fake an injury — koozie (@Kooz_WRLD) September 13, 2020
I respect the move of missing a chip shot field goal and immediately blaming an injury. It’s like when you shank a simple chip shot and look at the club and not your own stupid hands. Yeah it’s definitely my fault I missed that but I’m going to blame the club instead. A classic golf move. When you blame the club, or in this case injury, on a missed play the least you can do is be consistent. Don’t go holding your right leg after missing the kick and then go tell the media it was your left calf. You can’t do that Fat Randy. We’re smarter than that.
Ima say it again. Randy bullock is bullshitting us on his apparent “injury”. The facts?? 1. He grabbed his RIGHT calf AFTER he saw he missed the kick 2. In a post game interview, he said that he “pulled a muscle in his LEFT leg”. #FuckFatRandy — Ant (@Acheers17) September 14, 2020
Randy Bullock on missed 31-yard FG: For whatever reason during the kicking motion, my left calf just grabbed real hard, so obviously that's not an excuse. That's a kick that I make 99 times out of 100. It was a freak deal. I let the team down. #Bengals — Tyler Dragon (@TheTyle