Last month, GQ epically beclowned themselves when they named petulant wiener Colin Kaepernick their “Citizen of the Year.” Contrast that decision with Sports Illustrated’s choice:
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 5, 2017
Together, Houston Astro José Altuve and Texan J.J. Watt did amazing work to aid in Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, volunteering, raising money, and inspiring people in the midst of devastation.
Humbled & Honored.
Houston, this is for you and this is for the hundreds of thousands of people who donated from all over the world. pic.twitter.com/GuR6uB0Y6J
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) December 5, 2017
Now that’s how it’s done.
You deserve it. Congratulations!
— JJF729 (@JonathonJFelix) December 5, 2017
Way to go JJ! #HoustonProud
— Isiah Carey (@isiahcareyFOX26) December 5, 2017
Thanks for your Herculean efforts after Harvey to bring in resources for those that so desperately needed it.
— Travis Herzog (@HerzogWeather) December 5, 2017
thanks for all you've done for my hometown. we are fortunate to have athletes who makes us proud.
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) December 5, 2017
SI couldn't have picked two better guys to get the honor. Congrats to you and @JoseAltuve27 👏You both make Houston proud!
— Tara Nicole (@taranicole922) December 5, 2017
— Kenny (@kjfenton) December 5, 2017
Recognition done RIGHT. https://t.co/fvnOe7Ey3b
— DC (@DRCallista) December 5, 2017