You ever hear the theory Jar Jar was/meant to be a sith lord? What could've been...
The wrath of .... Kaaaahhhhhn??
CMill must have dinner plans.
C Mill is a man of punctuality and I appreciate that.
The Yankees are the definition of a team villain around these parts. It has been two decades of pure futility.
Great idea to lump all Yankees into one heinous villain, Jeff. That about sums it up.
Do the Wolves even have a villainous rival? Can you have a rival if you're not competitive?
I was 2 but mad as heck, I think.
I admit, Michigan was not the Big Ten program I thought would be appearing on this list
That's not my pick, that's just a picture of Lord Voldemort. Give me a minute.
That took three minutes, sorry, I decided to look for the photo of the kick that sealed his fate. Laces were in, and it was cold, yada, yada, yada. It was 27 yards.
How can any kicker top the list ahead of Gary Anderson?!!!!
Those are fair arguments, the only counter argument is that if Anderson makes the kick THE VIKINGS GO TO THE SUPER BOWL.
Denny Green's knee is more villainous than Gary Anderson's foot.
Are you implying that picking sports villains is minor j journalism, Mr. Rand? How villainous of you!
It will be a minute. Just had to erase everything I just wrote about Al Secord.
I was just thinking, who is the greatest fictional character who was both a villain and also sort of the hero of the story? I would say Tony Soprano? Also maybe Daniel Planview for There Will Be Blood? Any other ideas? In sports of course the only answer is Novak Djokovic.