It’s been a bad couple of days for Miles Teller. Saying that his new film Fantastic Four is getting shredded by everyone is a bit of an understatement, and the feature story on him in Esquire from last Wednesday has led to a lot of hate going his way.
But fortunately, Teller went to school in New York City, so he knows that when you need to find a person who has had a worse week than you, there’s only one place to turn: the New York Jets. Teller was in luck, because the Jets organization has actually had a worse week than him, thanks to now-former linebacker IK Enemkpali sucker punching quarterback Geno Smith in the face over $600 that Smith reportedly owed him, which broke Smith’s jaw and will leave him sidelined for 6-10 weeks. A relieved Teller took to Twitter to give his brief thoughts on Punchghazi.
This doesn’t really change the fact that Teller’s week has been pretty terrible, as evidenced by the 3.9/10 that Fantastic Four currently has on IMDb and the nine percent that it holds on Rotten Tomatoes, but misery loves company, so Teller has a little right now. All he needs now is for the Pope to bless the knees of Sam Bradford, the quarterback of Teller’s beloved Philadelphia Eagles, and maybe things will start looking up for him.