If you’ve ever seen Key & Peele, you know about their collection of all-timer football names. Sometimes, art imitates life as a name worthy of being included in the Annual East/West Collegiate Bowl was broadcast during the Bengals-Titans playoff game.
It may not be how he wanted people to know his name but after getting penalized for holding, the broadcast name dropped Titans wide receiver/special teams specialist Racey McMath and that got some people to go back and make sure they heard that right. Sure enough, Racey is in his rookie year at Tennessee and if you’re going to be an NFL wideout, “Racey” is a pretty cool name to have.
Social media had some fun with Racey McMath’s name and had some apt scenarios where someone could see that name.
Sounds like a School House Rock character.
— Brie Brown (@briebrown) January 22, 2022
There was just a penalty called on Racey McMath which sounds like the condescending name a racecar driver would call his crew chief..
"You need to pit; we are down to .007 fuel capacity and the car is overheating by 4°"
OK. Racey McMath, whatever you say.
— Stinky Think Tank (@stinkythinktank) January 22, 2022
#Titans have some solid names; chief among them: JackRabbit Jenkins and Racey McMath. #TENvsCIN #NFLPlayoffs
— Good Dan Snyder (@GoodDanSnyder) January 22, 2022
Sure. Just gloss over the name Racey McMath like he doesn't foil mysteries and tom foolery in addition to making special teams tackles.
— P (@ptothetam) January 22, 2022
Racey McMath sounds like something the anti-analytics crowd call stat nerds.
— Rummy (@RumfordJohnny) January 22, 2022
Racey mcMath pic.twitter.com/YBKk4kbbVJ
— HitmanSab (@HitmanSab) January 22, 2022
Racey McMath a fake name a 4th grader would come up with man
— IT CAME IN LIKE A POWERBALL POWERBALL OOOHH (@MZA_MC) January 22, 2022
Racey McMath is that 6th round CPU generated player for your #madden franchise.
— Chris (@martyscizlak) January 22, 2022
Racey McMath sounds like the name of a roadrunner or cheetah or something who shows up on Blue's Clues to help teach your kids how to count.
— Collin Whitchurch (@cowhitchurch) January 22, 2022
Racey McMath is an all-timer of a name.#CINvsTEN
— Carl Atterbury (@Carlosio9) January 22, 2022