Brad Jones best hit of the year was on the 15-year-old kid who ran onto Lambeau Field Sunday

Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Brad Jones had a couple of nice hits Sunday against the Detroit Lions. One of them was his sack of Matthew Stafford – his first takedown of a quarterback since December 2009 when he got to then-Seattle Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck.

However, Jones’ best hit of the year was on a 15-year-old. Yes, he was the Packers player to took down the young man who was having the time of his life running across the Lambeau Field turf during Sunday’s 45-41 win by the Packers.

The young boy was one of three individuals arrested and removed from Lambeau Field Sunday, but his was the most visible, even though the network cameras, as is the policy for whatever reason, didn’t capture it.

However, a fan in the stands did capture the event and for the benefit of us all, posted it to YouTube.

But the real question I have is – who is this kid? Why did he do it?

I would love to interview him … if he is willing.

The clip is below. And as an added bonus, I’ve also included the video of the game when the fan in Cincinnati who ran on the field and stole the football from Brett Favre. Enjoy.

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Topics: Brad Jones, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field, Matthew Satfford, New Year's Day, Youtube

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