New York Jets stud running back Le’Veon Bell roasted Quinnen Williams’s golf swing and made sure the entire world saw it.

Robby Sabo

A golf outing among friends creates many sticky situations. Depending on the character of each individual, the butcher of the group could skate through the round of 18 without incident, or find himself completely roasted for such ugliness better off not described.

We now know which type of dude Le’Veon Bell resembles.

The New York Jets stud running back, on a golf outing led by head coach Adam Gase, who took this team-building route on Thursday as opposed to practice, mercilessly roasted Quinnen Williams’s stroke.

The big boy’s baseball-like one-hand follow through is rough on the eyes. Unfairly, we have no idea what Bell’s stroke looked like on Thursday. The conversation could quickly shift.

It’s one thing to roast the man; it’s an entirely different matter when you roast him, capture it on video and post it to your 1.81 million followers.

Fortunately, the U.S. Open won’t feature Quinnen Williams, Le’Veon Bell or even Adam Gase. The next time we see the New York Jets on the practice field will come at training camp in July.

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