Fox Sports Got Viciously Roasted on Twitter for Bad Photoshop

If you're going to Photoshop graphics, maybe don't put a white QB's head on a black QB's body.

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  • Every Sunday, NFL fans sit through countless ads and promos. But there was one that caught the audience’s attention this past week. Airing a promo for their games the following week, Fox included a graphic of Sam Bradford. Well, Bradford’s head. On fellow QB Teddy Bridgewater’s body. This is the second funny thing to happen to the NFL this past month, the first being South Park.

    Bradford and Bridgewater are both QBs for the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings traded for Bradford after Bridgewater was declared out for the season. Bradford’s played in four games for the Vikings. So Fox not having an actual picture of Bradford is not an excuse.

    Naturally, Twitter had a field day with the promo. Fans took to social media to call out Fox for its atrocious Photoshopping job:

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  • But the real winner was the Minnesota Vikings Twitter account, which took the Photoshop head-on (see what I did there?):

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  • Photoshopping Bradford’s head onto Bridgewater makes as much sense as the above Ali Photoshop. It also looks like Fox did a bad MS Paint job on Bridgewater’s number.

    What do you think? Should Fox have just gotten a photo of actual Sam Bradford? Let us know in the comments or @WhatsTrending on Twitter.

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