Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Dave Shoop, Jan 27, 2015.
This guy is a real treat. lol
I think it's entertainment at it's best. Nothing like thumbing your nose at the hypocrisy that is Roger Goodell and the NFL these days!
Must be. I have no idea what they're talking about...
Love these out-of-context conversations.
It's in context of the Super Bowl media event today. Fun stuff. Makes Belichick look chatty.
That might have helped had you posted it in your first post...
Lol , I thought it was an exploding story that everyone would be on top of.
Naah, between Cheatey Petey and Bellicheat, I'm not even sure I'm going to bother watching the game. I'm sure millions of NFL fans all across the world agree with me...
Love it, this is perhaps the stupidest rule the players have to deal with.
lol, I think that prediction will rank right there with the guys saying this storm hitting NY would be the worst of all time.
What about those same guys saying this same storm hitting Boston would be among the worst of all time?
This world you evidently live in must be some type of bizarre-o world. Or maybe it's Ohio. Between you and Tweedbucket, I'm quite surprised either of you are able to put on shoes and walk out the door, based on the level of your grasp on reality.
A fine rep for the coming Super Bowl and the NFL.
I'm not the smartest guy on TGP, so help me out.
Why is he there?
Goodell sucks. Good for Marshawn, but for god's sake, why does it feel more and more every year like they're treating these players as if they're zoo animals? Leave the guy be, for christ's sake. He doesn't want to be there, which is a perfectly valid reason for not being there. When in the history of ever has an athlete said something at a press conference like this so important it HAD to be reported on? Never.
He's the runningback for the Seahawks. He got fined during the season for not doing post game media sessions. As a result, he started staying for the sessions and giving the same non-answer over and over to their questions.
The first time it was, "yeah."
The second time it was, "thank you for asking."
It's actually funny as hell to watch and I don't blame him at all for not wanting to answer the mostly ridiculous and repetitive questions from the reporters.
These athletes lead such tortured lives.
I feel deeply for them.
These NFL clowns have failed me as role models. I'm deflated.