- Chicago Bears wide receiver Javon Wims was ejected after sucker-punching New Orleans safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson.
- The fight broke out in the third quarter of Sunday's game, with Wims immediately sent off after the play.
- It doesn't make sense to punch someone who is wearing a helmet, as Twitter was quick to point out.
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Javon Wims was ejected from Sunday's game against New Orleans after throwing a punch at Saints safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson.
The minor brawl broke out in the third quarter after a play ended on the other side of the field. Wims approached Gardner-Johnson after the whistle, got his attention, and then threw a sucker-punch right at his helmet.
It was an odd scene that confused fans for the same reason many football brawls are confounding — it doesn't really make sense to throw a punch at a player wearing a helmet.
On Twitter, fans shared their puzzlement with the play.
While it's an odd question, the right answer is probably the simplest one: most of the time, fights don't make a lot of sense.
The Saints went on the beat the Bears in overtime, 26-23.
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