Seattle Seahawks’ Owen Schmitt hits himself with own helmet

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SHARE Seattle Seahawks’ Owen Schmitt hits himself with own helmet

If you saw Seattle Seahawks fullback Owen Schmitt during today’s game against Jacksonville Jaguars, you might think that he’d spent all afternoon destroying people and taking names.

But, you’d be wrong.

Schmitt’s bloody chic look wasn’t the result mixing it up in the trenches, but rather a very visible reminder of a pre-game psyche-out move that went horribly awry.

Smart thinking, guy.

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