Atlanta Braves Mascot Blooper stiff-arms kids and shows no mercy as he takes game too seriously

Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper stiff-arms three kids and shows no mercy by powering through their offensive line in halftime ‘entertainment’

  • The aggressive performance happened during halftime of a preseason game
  • Blooper tackled kids while the Falcons and Jaguars waited to resume play
  • The mascot was playing with other mascots against a pewee football team
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Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper treated a halftime game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium Saturday like a tryout, pummeling his kid opponents and sacking one as the Falcons waited to resume play.

Blooper was part of a mascot-pewee game that was meant to provide some light halftime entertainment, and well, he certainly entertained.

The furry mascot stiff-armed three children during a lengthy run at one point, throwing them down with a little more than six minutes of halftime left on the clock.

At another point, Blooper sacked his opponent’s tiny quarterback on a would-be run play, falling on top of him before he could even hand the ball off.

He celebrated the play by proudly thumping his chest not far from the child he just tackled. 

Atlanta Braves mascot Blooper aggressively stiff-armed three kids during a lengthy run

The overly aggressive performance happened during halftime of a Falcons-Jaguars preseason game.

The home team went on to win 28-12.

Desmond Ridder shook off an interception on his very first throw to lead Atlanta to its first home preseason win since 2016, beating Jacksonville.

Blooper was also a menace on the defensive end, as he sacked the opponent's tiny QB

Blooper was also a menace on the defensive end, as he sacked the opponent’s tiny QB

Both teams relied mainly on backups and roster wannabes in their preseason finale, with the Falcons (2-1) prevailing behind their third-round draft pick out of Cincinnati.

Playing into the fourth quarter, Ridder completed 14 of 25 passes for 185 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown throw to fellow rookie Tyler Allgeier in the first quarter.

Ridder also guided two impressive touchdown drives in the second half before calling it a day against the Jaguars (0-4).

There was an eight-play, 90-yard possession in which the rookie completed all three of his passes for 69 yards before Caleb Huntley´s 1-yard scoring run. The Falcon then drove 80 yards on 14 plays, with Ridder completing three more passes before Allgeier scored his second TD on a 4-yard run.

Atlanta had lost eight straight home preseason games since moving into Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 2017.

E.J. Perry went the distance at quarterback for the Jaguars. He completed 19 of 27 for 201 yards, with a pair of interceptions.