You’ve most likely seen the “East/West Bowl” sketches Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele did on Key & Peele—for those who haven’t, go watch them ASAP. Impressed by their hilarious tackle soccer, we determined to flip the tables. This time, as an alternative of inventing participant names, Key would have to determine if the names we threw at him have been actual or made-up (all of them, it seems, are actual NFL gamers). In fact, he wouldn’t have any assist.
“I didn’t do any research,” he advised Males’s Journal within the video. “I didn’t check Google.”
Key begins out sturdy, guessing appropriately that the primary two gamers (Oshane Ximenes of the New York Giants and Rock Ya-Sin of the Indianapolis Colts) are actual. However his first stumble comes with Folorunso Fatukasi—Key didn’t imagine he’s an actual participant, however he’s really a defensive lineman for the New York Jets.
From there, Key guesses appropriately just a few extra gamers—Jake Butt (Denver Broncos) and Lil’Jordan Humphrey (New Orleans Saints)—earlier than getting tripped up once more by Jaquiskie Tartt of the San Francisco 49ers. He redeemed himself, although, and his information of Polynesian surnames helped him guess appropriately that Sione Takitaki is an actual NFL participant.
Take a look at the complete video above to see how he fared on the remainder of our quiz and take a look at our Winter Style Report with Key here.
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