Before being an NFL quarterback, Harvard graduate Ryan Fitzpatrick got the fifth highest score of all time on the Wonderlic Test, the NFL's intelligence and aptitude test that all players must take before being eligible to play. So we knew Fitz was smart, but on Sunday, he set out to show the world that he isn't the only brainiac in his family.
Can you multiply 93 times 97 in your head that quickly? Didn't think so.
A few players on the St. Louis Rams decided to hold a little protest of their own on Sunday, prior to their game against the Oakland Raiders, by entering the field with their arms up to show support for the protesters in Ferguson.
Tavon Austin, Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey, Jared Cook and Chris Givens all participated in the stunt before pregame introductions, with the coach denying any advance knowledge of it.
The St. Louis Police Officers Association is not amused. They are asking the NFL to issue an apology calling it "tasteless, offensive and inflammatory."
But the Rams are standing by their actions.
"I just think there has be to a change," said Cook. "There has to be change that starts with the people that are most influential around the world."