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Posted 11 Sep 2014The craziest thing is that anyone is surprised that the video is awful. A dude dragging a unconscious woman out of an elevator and dropping her like he could care less and people thought it might really have been a fight she started? This was always going to be a POS acting like a POS.
The bigger story now is that no one outside of a celebrity website that could have looked into it more, did. The NFL, that let's it's member organisations ask players if their moms are prostitutes, won't ask to view a tape like this? The police didn't? Or didn't care?
Rice is a POS, but Goodell was either negligent in his duties or is some shade of just-as-bad. He has always passed out penalties that were weighted to his or the NFL's bias, and now they are trying to smooth over what everyone knew was a joke of a suspension to begin with.
The feigned outrage is nauseating. The Ravens and Goodell knew the details of the case long before the video. It is my understanding that the police report did indicate she was punched in the face and that she was rendered unconscious. The Ravens and Goodell cowered to the media. Both are spineless.
If Harbaugh had any balls he would have said, "Rice did a terrible thing. And he knows it. This is a private issue between his wife and him and we respect that privacy. He already has been issued his punishment and is in the process of serving it. Nonetheless, he remains a Raven and he has our unequivocal support." Instead, the Ravens panicked. God forbid some sponsors threaten them. GUTLESS.
Posted 8 May 2014ugh!! deserved better? how many lives can one cat have? Jets rolled out red carpet for Sanchez. He was coddled too much. Remember when we had MLB guys in to teach him how to slide? the guy was truly never in fear of losing his job because we never applied pressure until the org thought he was cooked here.
If anything the Jets are guilty of overly f***ing around with the roster. Musical chairs at the Wr position really hampered his growth as a QB. Thats probably the only thing we did that was truly bad for him. The addition of Santonio was overkill for the franchise. I remember the year we got Holmes he was suspended for the first 3-4 games. Sanchez put up real good numbers with Bray, Keller and Cotch as his main targets. We were scoring in the mid to high 20's for those 4 games. The game Holmes came back was against the Packers and we didn't even end up with the field goal and got beat 10-0. That was the turning point. Too much overkill and typical Tannenbaum getting F.A happy. Holmes was likely the piece that killed the Jets and Sanchez to be honest.
This shit Sanchez deserved better is complete bullshit. He made a joke of this franchise toward the end with his play. I never was a fan of his from the beginning. He was given a lot of opportunities but in closing the guy was never meant to be. I think Joe Gibbs said it best. "It truly doesn't matter what the talent level is like around a QB. If he's meant to be a starting QB he'll be one".. I'm so done with him and all is apologists.
Last Sanchez post of my life.
9-0. And I think Holmes' presence actually was the difference in the playoff win in Foxboro. Other than that, I completely agree with your assertion that he was coddled. The Jets gave him every chance to succeed. He just didn't have what it took. He is a career backup.
Posted 25 Mar 2014One of the more ridiculous articles written in quite some time. Cannizaro just embarrassed himself. Sanchez was a failure. He was a top 10 pick and demonstrated he couldn't even be an average quarterback. He regressed every year and simply could not stop turning the ball over, wearing that silly expression on his face after every bad decision. While he did play well in spots in the playoffs, the Jets got there despite his regular season play.
Quarterbacking in the NFL is about one thing and one thing only: Decision making. Sanchez was a bad decision maker, especially while under duress. Physically, he can make all of the throws. And he is athletic. But his accuracy was suspect and he made bad decisions at the most inopportune times.
People can blame the coaching all they want to. I'm sure Tom Brady would have faltered had the Patriots hired Tony Sparano as their offensive coordinator... Ridiculous.
He is a multi millionaire because of a bad decision by Tannenbaum. Sanchez DOES NOT deserve better. So shut up fatboy and stop making a fool of yourself.
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