Watch Rocky the Nuggets’ mascot truck stick a small child on the football field

Are you having a bad day? A bad week? Just a case of the Mondays? I am not a doctor nor do I play one on TV, but I think I have the antidote that will make you feel better: A supercut of mascots making little kids look silly on the football field.

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Are you having a bad day? A bad week? Just a case of the Mondays?

I am not a doctor nor do I play one on TV, but I think I have the antidote that will make you feel better: A supercut of mascots making little kids look silly on the football field. Twitter user @papichulo uploaded this video Saturday, and oh my God is it wonderful.

You might have noticed that some Denver mascots made cameos. There’s Miles at the beginning doing his best Boobie Miles impression and hurdling a Pee Wee player.

Then there’s Rocky, the Nuggets’ mascot, obliterating a small child.

This is just diabolical. This poor kid probably had to change schools after his classmates saw this. Rocky did the stare down then the crane pose. That might just be the most disrespectful thing I’ve seen in 2016, which is saying a lot.

Toward the end of the video, Miles even shows off his arm. The mascots presumably called “Da Bomb,” and Miles delivers a perfect strike for six.

The world needs more mascot vs. Pee Wee football player games. I’ve never been more sure of anything in my life.

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