Some guys are just stone-cold gamers. You can't fake it; it's immutable. And Colts rookie guard Quenton Nelson, the No. 6 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, just took the concept of stones being cold to the next level.
He was spotted in pregame warm-ups in Kansas City for the Divisional Round of the playoffs, where it's freaking 30 degrees and snowing, going totally sleeveless.
Quenton Nelson was definitely that kid who always wore shorts to school, even in the winter pic.twitter.com/uuOJCFcq4O— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 12, 2019
You just got two free tickets to the gun show, people. Gun show.
Think the Colts are happy about who they took with their latest first-round pick? This is a man who will bury you alive in a shallow grave. He washes his face with steel wool, probably. He probably sticks his entire head into open fires to light his cigars just like Mongo in Blazing Saddles.
And really, based on pre-draft interviews, we should have known who we were dealing with.
If you want to feast on Andrew Luck, you've got to reckon with No-sleeves Nelson.