Mike Thomas is backing it up like the 99, 2000 boys and girls. The Saints star receiver got that PAPER last offseason, and fans haven’t thought about that gigantic contract since. Today, he became the second receiver in NFL history to win one of the most significant NFL season honors. Who is the other receiver? Oh, just Jerry fucking Rice. Anyone chirping bout that contract? Nah, prolly back to talking about Drew’s potential cap hit. Sounds about right.
Mike Thomas Shows Up
The Saints shit the bed to end the season, but that doesn’t take a damn thing away from what Mike Thomas accomplished. The NFL just named “Can’t Guard Mike” as the 2019-2020 Offensive Player of The Year. Thomas beat out Lamar Jackson’s sensational season by two votes to win the honor. If you been sleeping under a rock, Michael Thomas had 149 receptions, and 1,725 yards receiving this past season. Top that off with nine touchdowns, and we got ourselves one of the greatest single season performances in NFL history by a wideout. Christian McCaffrey? Not so fast my friend. If Lamar doesn’t play out of this world, Thomas maybe wins the MVP. He’s out there backing that contract up!
This freak show of a season that Mike put on was a lesson to be learned for any upcoming receivers. The work doesn’t stop once that check hits. I’d advise any talented players to really take a detailed look at what Thomas was able to do this year. The guy fucking balled out after getting signing a five-year, $100 million dollar contract in the off-season. Class is in session, and there is one lesson that nobody can learn. There is no way possible to guard Mike.