There's actually quite a lot happening in the sports world this weekend, in both the NFL and NHL.
You have the NHL All-Star Game, which took place on Saturday, along with the NHL All-Stars skills competition. The NFL had its East-West Shrine game, along with the Senior Bowl, which highlights some of the best college football players in the country, who are looking to be drafted in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Then, the NFL Pro Bowl, which was held today.
Buffalo Bills quarterback, Josh Allen, did not originally make the Pro Bowl roster, but was later invited to replace Lamar Jackson. Allen declined, electing to rest injuries.
Although, Josh did accept an invitation to the 2022 Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament. The tournament pairs golf pros with celebrities, and Josh loves playing golf to help relax him.
Allen was clearly a draw to televisions for non-golf fans, and on Sunday, he decided to have some fun with the tournament.
Josh was looking to hit a shot out of the rough, by a tree, but after lining up as if he was going to shoot it, he decided to grab the ball and launch it as far as he could.
Maybe a little ode to Happy Gilmore? You can watch the video below.
I love how the whole crowd started cheering as soon as he picked up the ball. Josh was having fun with it, as were the spectators.
It's pretty cool that Josh decided to play in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, instead of the Pro Bowl. Many Bills fans love the fact he decided to bypass the Pro Bowl for the golf tournament, as was I.
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