Joel Embiid can make anyone look small.
So this is no slight against Jose Altuve.
In fact, it just makes all of Altuve's accomplishments that much more incredible.
Before both being honored during the Sports Illustrated 2017 Sportsperson of the Year Awards on Tuesday night at the Barclays Center, Embiid and Altuve posed for pictures alongside J.J. Watt and Carlos Beltran.
It's an impressive group of individuals, but what also made the picture so great was Embiid standing right next to Altuve. Embiid, as we all know, is 7-foot-2 and no less than 250 pounds. Altuve, the hit machine and second baseman for the World Series-winning Astros, is 5-foot-6 and 165 pounds.
Embiid, with his massive stature, makes Altuve practically look like a jockey. The Sixers' big man even makes Watt, the Texans' 6-foot-5, 295-pound defensive end, look like a normal-sized human being.
Altuve and Watt were honored as SI's 2017 Sportspersons of the Year, while Embiid was named Rising Star of the Year and took in the night with his mother Christine.
It was a touching night for Altuve, Watt and the city of Houston ... and it also made for a pretty cool picture.
There have been some tremendous covers of Leonard Cohen's masterpiece, "Hallelujah," over the years.
Jeff Buckley's immediately comes to mind. The kids these days are into Pentatonix. Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton to cold open SNL was a work of art.
But one Philadelphia Eagles fan may have recorded the most beautiful, heart-wrenching version yet. It's a tribute to recently fallen hero of Philadelphia, Carson Wentz.
You may be suspect before you click and watch, but wait 'til you hear the lyrics. This refrain will absolutely sell you:
He goes through his reads, the 4th, the 5th
Does a spin, makes the lineman miss
He throws to Ertz, a touchdown - hallelujah!
Brings a tear to the eye. Miss you, Carson.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi debuts this week.
Nick Foles also happens to make his season debut as the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback this week.
Large quantities of people love Stars Wars. Probably slightly less people love the Eagles. So, naturally, there should be some sort of mashup.
The Internet delivered today with a Star Wars: the Last QB hype video featuring none other than Nicky Foles as the Last Hope. Basically, it's a Nick Foles hype video set to some Star Wars clips and soundbites. Why not? Maybe come February they can edit it again to include Bill Belichick and Tom Brady as the Dark Side when the Eagles are set to take on the Patriots in the Super Bowl.