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Lately, the referees have been criticized for taking the toughness out of football. But Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson imported European soccer antics into the Bengals-Browns game today. After a pile up, Simpson was yanking Browns linebacker Scott Fujita out of the pile by his leg. Fujita got up to confront him and Simpson did a Cirque de Soleil backflop to, as Ndamukong Suh would say "remove himself from the situation".
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Jerome Simpson had a dive on Sunday which takes the cake for any sport, including soccer. After yanking Scott Fujita out of a scrum, Jerome took a vicious tap and put in his bid for an Oscar with his diving performance. This dive is one of the saddest and greatest things i have ever seen.
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From Sunday’s Bengals-Browns tilt, watch as Bengals WR Jerome Simpson turns in the most egregious flop in the history of organized football, after being pushed by LB Scott Fujita … (keep your eyes on the left of the screen):
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Yikes. Check out the extra leg kick for emphasis while Simpson is in the air, as though he had been shot in the...
Congrats, Jerome Simpson, you've managed to win some fans over in Montreal. Check out the video (15 seconds in) below of the Bengals receiver doing his best Canadiens impression during Cincinnati's 23-20 win over Cleveland on Sunday. You can also see the epic flop by clicking here.
Oh my but that flop by Bengals receiver Jerome Simpson is glorious in it’s magnificence. Unless Browns LB Scott Fujita is the strongest man in the universe, because his mere touch sends Simpson flying through the air with the greatest of ease.
The Cincy receiver gets style points for his leg kicks though. Nothing like going full WWE when trying to draw a penalty flag, which worked...
Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson has 3 100-yard games this season, including an 8-catch 152 yard effort against the Ravens in Week 11. Though he’s had some bright moments on the field, nothing he does in the future will ever compare to incredible flop he had against the Browns on Sunday. Simpson was on the [...]
Jerome Simpson has been a crucial part of Cincinnati's resurgence this season. Coming into today's game, he had three 100+ yard games and is one of Andy Dalton's favorite targets. As shown on this play late in the first half of the Bengals ... to the Browns, he is also quite a skilled actor. Keep an eye on the left side of the video during the scrum for the ball.
With Terrell Owens and Chad Ocho Cinco out of the picture this year, the Bengals need one of their young WRs to step up. 25-year old Jerome Simpson has been that guy for the Bengals. In Simpson’s first two years with the Bengals, he played in 11 games in which he caught 21 passes for 299 yards (14.2 avg) with 3 TD grabs. Simpson has played in 11 games this year already for...
Normally, the world of soccer is where we usually find the best flopping videos but this epic flop comes from the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson.
Watch in the below video as he tries to pull a Cleveland Browns Scott Fujita out of the pile of Andy Dalton fumble and when Fujita pushes him, Simpson flies out of the frame:
We've seen players exaggerate before inducing a personal foul call, but Bengals WR Jerome Simpson took it to another level Sunday against the Browns.
Cincinnati Bengals WR, Jerome Simpson must have spent some time watching La Liga games with Ochocinco last season, because after Cleveland's Scott Fujita brushes him off, Simpson launches himself out of the picture.