With two of the CFL's most combustible characters on the same field Saturday in Montreal defensive back Dwight Anderson and Saskatchewan defensive lineman Odell Willis, it's not exactly surprising that something notable happened. What exactly happened is pretty surprising, though. As you can see in this video, the two approached each other between plays, bumped heads lightly, and then each hilariously flopped to the ground. (Warning: the song in the video contains explicit language).
I guess each player's thinking was to try and draw a penalty on the other player? It didn't exactly work, but it did make for a pretty hilarious video. By the way, that video (appropriately titled "Worst Acting Job Ever") is from YouTube user SlickComic, who appears to be a film student and a baseball fan. The footage here isn't the greatest quality, but you have to admire the appropriate musical selection: Seether's "Fake It". Lyrics (explicit) to the part included:
And good god, it's the changin' of the seasons
I feel so right, so follow me down and just
Fake it, if you're out of direction
Fake it, if you don't belong, yeah
Fake it, if you feel like infection
Whoa, you're such a f**kin' hypocrite
We'll let viewers decide exactly how that applies to this situation. Funnily enough, though, the video's already drawing some international attention, and Total Pro Sports even gave it top billing above Shea Emry's groin punch! I don't know if I'd go that far, but this does make for excellent headline opportunities, especially for those who have seen a certain scene from When Harry Met Sally...