The Tiniest Titan
Because of a glitch in "Madden 15," there's something a little off about rookie Christian Kirksey. And we mean "little" -- he's only 14 inches tall. But the linebacker can still ball ... Check it out »Twitter @Chitown_bears
Miniature things are trendy: tiny houses, bite-sized candy bars, teacup pigs ... mini Madden players? Thanks to a glitch in "Madden 15," fans have been having fun with this tiny Titan:
He's juuuust a bit too short to snag an interception:
He tried going for the pick pic.twitter.com/w9ZdcutwuR— Chitown Bears (@Chitown_bears) September 1, 2014
And tackling is clearly a challenge for the vertically challenged:
But miraculously -- despite being the same size as the football -- he's able to recover a fumble:
HE GOT THE FUMBLE pic.twitter.com/O8rg8hdhlj— Redskins 0-16 (@FreshCarbon) September 1, 2014
The star of the glitch appears to be Cleveland Browns rookie linebacker Christian Kirksey, whom some Madden players have seen listed at 1-foot-2. It's unclear why Kirksey is on the Tennessee Titans in this glitch, but he's making the most of the situation on his Twitter account:
Guess you never know where inspiration will come from.
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