Posted by bigdog10
on 11 September 2014 - 06:08 AM
Lol. That video is classic proof of why DG made the decision he did.
Smitty just scored the go ahead TD after his team had been trailing all game and all he can think to do is find a camera and call out the guy who released him.
I've always admired smitty as a player, however he is incredibly selfish. That hasn't always been a bad thing, but I do believe it was a contributing factor to this team never having a solid number two and ultimately his release.
Posted by bigdog10
on 06 September 2014 - 04:35 PM
Damn Bucs fans. I got to give you props for taking this thread this far. I didn't know the three of you had it in you.
You have managed to far outperform yourselves in this thread. Your performance here is far more impressive than your shitty team is or furthermore it's far more impressive than you yourself ever have been with a woman.
I just have one question: with the two free tix you three are each getting to the game on Sunday, which steelers or cowboys fan are you going to take with you? I know the choices are limited because There is not a chance in hell the three of you have Bucs fans to bring.
I would never defend someone that hits a woman, but a lifetime ban is a harsh punishment. This opens up players to a ton of issues regarding their relationships off the field. To think that a significant other may be able to hold a career over a players head is a scary thought. Especially, with the amount of lunatic money hungry people there are in this world.
Another question is this: With the introduction of the gay athlete becoming so prevalent, are they held to the same standard. Say Michael Sam and his significant other get in a brawl....is the punishment equal? What about a bar fight like we witnessed in Tampa with Mike Evans, could the guy he's fighting make a case against him for that being a domestic dispute?