I’m not pleased there’s only one Sunday left for delicious snacks & Bloody Marys before noon. Disappointment is inevitable after the Superbowl concludes; regrettably, this season coming to an end feels different. It seems some of the magic was sucked out of the whole NFL experience this season.
Who do I blame?
Roger Goodell and anyone else who was part of the hypocritical madness that was the 2014-2015 football season.
The plethora of pull-out-of-a-hat punishments that were handed down this season is outstanding. No rhyme or reason. No consistency. No accountability when questioned.
Fans: just throw your blinders on and enjoy the games.
That’s what I feel it’s come down to.
I’m fully able to make sense that the NFL is a business; a big fat money-loving business. I grasp the concept that life isn’t fair & sometimes shit happens that people need to “just deal with”.
The latest mockery shown by the National Football League exceeds the ordinary, meh-it-happens, bologna.
The NFL fined Marshawn Lynch $20k for grabbing his groin, but the league is selling prints of the photo.
I’m not surprised Marshawn Lynch keeps his mouth shut, can you blame him? No wonder he doesn’t trust the media. He can’t even trust the organization who makes up all these rules and regulations & in their next breath, attempt to achieve some sort of monetary gain from the “offensive-misdeed”.
Grabbing your crotch for .5 seconds in celebration… is not family friendly. That seems to be the the argument.
Guess what? Neither is the Viagra commercial that comes on 3 times per game. I’d rather explain Marshawn Lynch grabbing his junk to my 8 year old, before I explain what erectile dysfunction is.
Richard Sherman & Doug Baldwin explain NFL hypocrisy the best.