One of many reasons why?

Posted June 13, 2013

One of the many reasons why, I quit going to kids sports events and to watch,

is the loud mouths, the mouths that could not understand that sports  first off is just a game?

sure in any pro sport, its a job DAH.....

and I look at it as a job in any profession from the pro athlete  ...to the clean up crew.

you clock in....you work your hours then you go home....

win or lose....

Now I see clearly now...the new rule is the sole responsibility for  any head coach in the pros to watch the every move in the athletes life, a 24 hour gig?

Looks to me his household chores....to who he dates or marries. to where he eats, what kind of car he drives... and lest we for get the speed he drives?

the head man must see to it when the overpaid athlete gets home at night, what kind of pillow he sleeps on, hey don't laugh!

(I see to day I think the actions of one Jason Peters   was the fault of new coach Kelly, or was I needing a new pair of glasses?

better talk to the NFL commish about this new rule on coaches and in any pro sport ah....

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2 Comments:
  • It's a bunch of B.S. perpetrated by those who just want to blame the coach for something. If something like this happened under Reid nothing would have been said about it. Players have killed people, animals, raped women, beat people up, robbed, and stolen. Only on yardbarker have I ever read the intolerable acts perpetrated by overpaid individuals be blamed specifically on the coach. If this kind of mentality were true Marvin Lewis should be in JAIL and not coaching an NFL team.
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