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Joe Thuney shows off his talent for 'SI' contest
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Jacob and Cody Hollister aren't the only Patriots with off the field talent.
Last week, Sports Illustrated launched its Most Valuable Performer talent competition, and the Hollister twins showed off their musical skills by covering an Ed Sheeran song, and now another Patriot has tossed his hat into the ring.
Joe Thuney put his talents to the test in Week 2 of the competition, and he broke out his Rubik's Cube to show the NFL what he's made of. Yes, Joe can solve a Rubik's Cube in impressive fashion. His record, he says, is a little under two minutes.
In his video, Joe walks us through the process of solving one of these bad boys, and even though Joe said that if he were totally focused, he wouldn't be talking as he solved the puzzle, he still put up a crazy good time. In the minute and 40-second long video, Joe begins solving 18 seconds in and finishes the puzzle with a whopping time of about one minute and 18 seconds.
Check out Joe's insane skill in the video below, and don't forget to vote for him and the Hollisters on the Most Valuable Performer homepage.