Charles Tillman Gets an A+

Charles Tillman might be my new favorite NFLer.  Here’s why…  Mr. Amrein, a middle school math teacher outside of Chicago, put this brain-buster on one of his quizzes:

“The Packers play the Bears 4 times in two seasons. The Packers, being a much better team have an 80% chance of winning each game. What is the probability that the Bears win all four games? What is the probability that the Bears win at least one game?”

Apparently one of Mr. Amrein’s students is a cheater and sought out Bears Cornerback Charles Tillman for some help.  Tillman’s response…Hilariousness.

Mr. Amrein,

This is Charles “Peanut” Tillman of the Chicago Bears and I’m shocked that you would have a problem like this for your students. The probability that the Bears would win in my opinion is 100%. Please do not and I repeat DO NOT send them home with math homework that is disrespectful to our team, city and our beloved Chicago Bears.

Your All Pro Corner
Charles “Peanut” Tillman
33
Geaux Bears

P.S. Bear Down

Props to Tillman for being funny and appropriate.  I’m sure lighting up this nobody with a bunch of F bombs was the first thing that crossed his mind, but he kept it PG and still put him in his place.  Love it.

And as far as I’m concerned, as long as Jay Cutler is running the Bears, this probability will hold true. Loser.

- Showman

[Lobbed by Fortunata]

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4 Responses to Charles Tillman Gets an A+

  1. todd o'connor says:

    Either this teacher has zero belief that the bears can even win one game v. the cheeseheads, or he’s teaching his kids you can win fractions of a football game.

  2. bp says:

    that’s a clown question, bro.

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