Seattle pizza joint offers Blair Walsh Special – and it's no good

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Jokes about Blair Walsh have been piling up for days now, but this story out of Seattle is just extra cheesy.

Zeeks Pizza in Seattle is serving up a Blair Walsh Special: "Pepperoni, Italian Sausage, Canadian Bacon....just on the LEFT side!"

The joke is a reference to Walsh's missed field goal from 27 yards in Sunday's Vikings-Seahawks playoff game. Had Walsh made the kick, the Vikings would still be playing. Instead, they're probably mid-flight to a white sandy beach on some spectacular island.

It could be worse...

The good news for Walsh is that anyone who buys his special pizza is donating 5 percent of the purchase to The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington and Alaska.

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