Evidently, it is in D.C.
Not long after the well publicized spelling gaff of the Washington Nati(o)nals (Natinals), the normally well proofed Redskins butchered a new player's name. That’s excusable since the guy's had name had a “z” in it. Names with Zs (like Krzydnvbr9ski) tend to confuse people and are frequently misspelled.
For example, we’ve seen “Krzyklmns3ski,” “Krzybnmpyt4ski” and “Kryzxcvqw5ski” on more than one occasion when members of the media, fans, potential recruits, USA Basketball, American Express, the Republican Party, Duke players and alums, as well as T.A.H., are referring to the Blue Devils’ head basketball coach Mike Kryzgjklp2ski. So mistakes do happen .
Well…Evidently, the put-the-name-on-the-jersey guy is a big Steelers fan and somehow (don’t ask us how), he confused the Skins journeyman Ladell Betts for the Steelers' Super Bowl winning All-Pro running back Jerome Bettis.
Happens all the time, it just goes unreported.
Nice, Redskins, NICE!