Former Lions Great Jason Hanson Has Hilarious Personal Life Detail Added to His Wikipedia Page

Jason Hanson's Wikipedia page was edited in hilarious fashion.
Jason Hanson's Wikipedia page was edited in hilarious fashion. / Leon Halip/Getty Images

Jason Hanson played the entirety of his 21-year NFL with the Detroit Lions. During that stretch, he accomplished quite a bit, making two Pro Bowl appearances and setting a franchise record with 495 made field goals.

But a quick look at his Wikipedia page reveals that his son Ryan has already outclassed him – by dominating intramural sports.


Reddit user atom1378 found this hilarious entry on Hanson's Wikipedia page.

A three-time Intramural champion, Ryan Hanson appears to be building a one-man collegiate dynasty. Even the greatest among us can't win them all, though, as evidenced by his crushing loss suffered in a big ball game with his friends.

But even in defeat, Ryan still managed to one-up another modern dynasty, the Golden State Warriors, by blowing a 4-to-1 lead.

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