Raiders punter jokes Pro Bowl voting system was hacked by Russians

By Robert Ortiz
Mark J. Rebilas, USA Today Sports

Marquette King of the Oakland Raiders has made punting “cool.”

By far the most entertaining punter in the league, King has become renowned for his post-punt dances — as well as his Twitter shenanigans.

With reports surfacing that former All-Pro tight end Aaron Hernandez, currently serving a prison sentence for murder, is claiming his phone was “hacked” by the Russian government (much in the same fashion they allegedly hacked the U.S. election), King took to Twitter again in the best way possible.

King, alleged by many to be the best punter in the NFL, was voted as an alternate to the Pro Bowl for the AFC. Punter Pat McAfee of the Indianapolis Colts earned the nod instead.

From his amazing captioned photos to his even better video presence, King has quickly become something of a cult hero among NFL fans and is by far one of the more entertaining players in the league.