Former NFL Star Proposes Black-On-White All-Star Game

( – Ex-Steeler and 2009 Super Bowl player Rashard Mendenhall has spoken out about his impatience with “ordinary white dudes” discussing football and vented his frustrations on social media. To make his point, he thinks the time has come for a Pro Bowl pitting all white players against all black players.

The backlash and criticism leveled at the arrogant athlete mostly centered on Mendenhall’s indiscretions with the ball, such as his fumble in Super Bowl XLV twelve years earlier, which resulted in a score for the Green Bay Packers and a 31-25 win against his Pittsburgh Steelers.

Mendenhall reminded his 66,100 X followers that Ben Roethlisberger, the white quarterback for the Steelers, threw two interceptions in that Super Bowl.

One of those people, Vince Langman, a self-described “ex-con deplorable” fan of former President Donald Trump with 129,700 followers on X, used a picture of Packers linebacker Clay Matthews to buttress the fact that Matthews was the “white person” responsible for the black man’s error.

Mendenhall‘s rant on X came shortly after he addressed the criticism leveled at the Pittsburgh Steelers and head coach Mike Tomlin after Sunday’s 30-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts. There had been 68.5 million views as of Tuesday afternoon.

Mendenhall said to white people that their football skills are lacking, too. They need to quit trying to show him who the players are because he is better than the white “goat.” (Greatest of all time.)

J.J. Watt, a former Texan and current Cardinal commented on the article, admitting that the White team’s secondary would be weak.

However, it’s fair to say that Tyreek has been uncoverable by anybody of any race.

Rashard Mendenhall is no stranger to being pig-piled on social media. When Americans rejoiced over Osama bin Laden’s death in 2011, Mendenhall scolded them, saying he wasn’t even sure bin Laden was behind the 9/11 attacks.

He also believes the conspiracy theory that a missile, not a plane, hit the Pentagon.