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Cracka McNasty

Starting to make sense why we got rid of Goodson...

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Lets see here:

A deadbeat dad who prioritizes expensive jewelry over his home and children is arrested for narcotics and an unregistered firearm. Also, he was caught passed out in a car in the middle of one of the busiest freeways in America.

Is there going to be a huddle hissy fit if I call him what he is? A delinquent and a thug?

Also, if anyone needs more proof on why the J-E-T-S are what they are, they signed him to a $7 million dollar contract and he may never play a down for them.

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I was more surprised the day I learned we somehow managed to trade him.

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Anyone willing to wager if his dad displayed the same behavior?

 

....Are yuooo my daddy?.... overcame the odds and screwed it up...

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His father, Mike Goodson Sr., is serving prison time for mortgage fraud.

 

 

 

Shocking....

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Anyone willing to wager if his dad displayed the same behavior?

His dad is currently in jail so probably.

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Someone get this news to Gettleman asap.

We no longer scout players, just their Dads.

So much time and money saved.

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Someone get this news to Gettleman asap.

We no longer scout players, just their Dads.

So much time and money saved.

 

herp, derp, dibby dibby derp

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On the flip side....Armanti's dad is serving a 30 year prison sentence for murder, and Armanti is the nicest guy in the world.

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Not all degenerates pass it on to their kids

But most degenerates have degenerate parent(s).

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I hope he gets his life together. I don't pity him though, he's squandering a rare opportunity.

How shocking that broad generalizations are being tossed around in here.

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