Found November 11, 2012 on Kissing Suzy Kolber:
PLAYERS: Hakeem Nicks
TEAMS: New York Giants
Hakeem Nicks has seen his production on the field diminish in 2012 compared to years past, which is something that tends to happen when a receiver sustains a broken bone in their foot just prior to the start of the season. Responding to concerns that he caught only one pass for 10 yards last Sunday and is on pace for his worst season of his NFL career, Hakeem Nicks on Thursday told the media, “Stats is for girls, man.” True that. And grammar are 4 nerdz! The comments made the rounds, eliciting the ire of the masses. How much ire? I’ll leave that to the ladies to determine, what with their gender’s endlessly stereotyped love of mathematics and hard sciences. Nicks didn’t wait long to deploy damage control. A team spokesman later explained that Nicks was referring to a slogan used by his high school coach that suggested that players who care about their own stats are only trying to impress the ladies. Does that high school meathead mantra apply to the pro game? Well, everyone knows t...
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