Quincy Wilson of the Indianapolis Colts sent a tweet showing he’s still salty about the Tennessee Volunteers destroying him and Florida in 2016.
The last time Tennessee football beat the Florida Gators was 2016. It also happened to be the last time that defensive back Quincy Wilson played in that game. And he was one of the most embarrassed people on the field that day.
Earlier in the week, Wilson made a weird analogy to guarantee the Vols would lose. He said that Tennessee is a duck and Florida is a truck, adding that ducks don’t pull trucks. That followed a year’s worth of trash talking from Teez Tabor, another defensive back for the Gators, directed at the Vols.
Well, Tabor and Wilson weren’t just part of the losing team that Saturday to the Vols. They were the reason the Gators loss. Their unit allowed Joshua Dobbs to pass for over 300 yards and four touchdowns. They looked so pathetic that day that both should have retired from football. After all, the defense allowed 35 points in the second half alone all because Wilson was so useless.
But instead, Wilson has decided to reinvigorate the trash talk. Barstool Rocky Top tweeted out a poll of which team has the dumbest fanbase on Tennessee football’s 2018 schedule. Rather than let fans engage, Wilson had to get involved. He retweeted it and said the Vols themselves had the dumbest fan base.
Wow. You really showed Vols fans Quincy Wilson! After being the truck pulled by the duck, you would think such an embarrassment would bring some humility to him. Wilson is one of the biggest reasons the the Vols ended their losing streak to the Gators.
It’s actually safe to say that had he not been on the field, the streak might still be alive. But the Vols have Quincy Wilson’s incompetence in the secondary to thank for them winning. Don’t forget in addition to the 319 yards passing, his unit also managed to allow 179 yards rushing, including 80 yards rushing and a touchdown from Dobbs himself.
Qunicy Wilson, if you read this, you’re free to point out that Tennessee lost to Florida the next year, in 2017. But it’s probably because you weren’t on the field that day to mess things up for the defense. So congratulations. After embarrassing yourself at Neyland, you really made your comeback by trolling Vols fans two years later.