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Jimmy Clausen makes an underwhelming CGI character

ESPN The Magazine has teamed up with the makers of Avatar to transform Jimmy Clausen into a Na'vi.



This will be the on back cover of ESPN The Magazine's 2010 NFL draft preview issue, which apparently will mirror the front cover of the real Jimmy Clausen. It's not like a stunt like this isn't unexpected from the WWL, but the choice of Clausen to get the treatment is a little underwhelming. Sam Bradford, the probable Number One draft pick would have been a more logical choice for the Na'vi treatment. Ndmukong Suh as a Na'vi would have been more intimidating. And Tim Tebow as a Na'vi would have been just too perfect. Clausen? Meh. This is the blue creature Clausen reminds me of:




(via Kissing Suzie Kolber, PFT)


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ESPN The Magazine has teamed up with the makers of Avatar to transform Jimmy Clausen into a Na'vi.



This will be the on back cover of ESPN The Magazine's 2010 NFL draft preview issue, which apparently will mirror the front cover of the real Jimmy Clausen. It's not like a stunt like this isn't unexpected from the WWL, but the choice of Clausen to get the treatment is a little underwhelming. Sam Bradford, the probable Number One draft pick would have been a more logical choice for the Na'vi treatment. Ndmukong Suh as a Na'vi would have been more intimidating. And Tim Tebow as a Na'vi would have been just too perfect. Clausen? Meh. This is the blue creature Clausen reminds me of:




(via Kissing Suzie Kolber, PFT)



Posted originally: 2010-04-06 13:08:00
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