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#2954983 Man ESPN really pisses me off

Posted by Matthias on Today, 11:51 AM

What ESPN wanted to happen week 1: "The Bucs looked really good in their victory over Carolina.  They are going to be contenders for the division title this year!"



What actually happened week 1:  "Eh, Panthers win with a back up.  They look a little better than we thought they would be."




What ESPN wanted to happen week 2:  "Man, those Lions are turning into a vaunted offensive team and contenders for a championship.  Impressive victory over that good Carolina defense!  These boys are on a role!"



What actually happened week 2:  "Decent win for Carolina.  Now let's see what they do next week."



Sorry to upset you these past couple of weeks ESPN, heehee!

#2952232 Rivera Deactivated Hardy Himself

Posted by Matthias on Yesterday, 04:07 PM

Sadly, I think Hardy played his last down last Sunday with the Panthers.  I'll believe Rivera's comments when I see it concerning Hardy being active for the rest of the year.  With that said, here's a random saint fan's reaction after his team lost today....


"We just plain suck. I am so damned pissed that my wife couldn't take it and left the house. This isn't worth it."

#2952201 Rivera's post game presser

Posted by Matthias on Yesterday, 04:03 PM

I still think this was Richardson's decision.  I mean he just got on a podium this week crying his eyeballs out over the situation.  There's no way Rivera would overrule Richardson if he wanted him out there.  Coach is paid to take the fall on this.  It's my personal belief that this was Richardson's decision at the last minute.

#2947841 Suh pissed at Donkey Kong comments

Posted by Matthias on 13 September 2014 - 08:12 PM

Cam probably shouldn't have called him that, or at least he failed to get it across as comical.  Yet if the Lions think they are coming into this game as the intimidator, they better ask somebody.  Who is the team that had the second best defense in the league a year ago?  I believe we gotten better all around.  Plus our offense has also gotten better than last year.  All the Lions have on defense is Suh.  We ain't scarred!

#2947260 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by Matthias on 13 September 2014 - 12:04 PM

I'm not sure if it's character or calculation.

My guess is the Panther's plan is to ride out the year with Hardy's lawyers most certainly delaying the trail till the offseason, and just not resign him citing cap concerns. That way they get to dodge the whole mess, and Hardy plays his ass off in a contract year.

Assuming no new NFL scandals pop up, they can just wait out the scrutinity for a couple weeks.


I'm kind of hoping the courts keep the date.  It's in the bye week, and we need to get this stuff off our backs.  The courts may decide to keep the dates just due to all the attention Hardy is getting right now. (Yep, judges and courts can be drama queens)  With that said, if it happens, I would feel sorry for other people waiting for their cases to be heard.  They say NC courts are backed up as it is.

#2947238 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by Matthias on 13 September 2014 - 11:53 AM

I dont think he should. I wont be surprised when he does.


Does this look like the face of someone who's going to cave into someone else's desire?



#2947233 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by Matthias on 13 September 2014 - 11:49 AM

Just gonna leave this here.


If Hardy were a Falcon or a Saint..most of you would be singing a different tune!


Lets stop pretending that so many of us are defending him because we care or acknowledge  the intricacies of NC law, and admit that many of us defend him because he is a member of OUR team.


Even if that's true, we could say the same thing if one of our family members was accused of something.  We would fight for them when everyone else have no stake.  Besides that, if I know what I know about Hardy, even if he was a Saint or Falcon, I would be saying the same thing in terms of giving him the benefit of the doubt.  I would hope so.

#2947201 Jerry Richardson demonstrating character

Posted by Matthias on 13 September 2014 - 11:37 AM

They were saying on PTI because the witness that made the 911 call claiming he was beating her is the thing that backs everything up and he should be suspended. Was it proven that someone really saw him beating her? Or was they just ignoring facts again?


If I'm not mistaken, it was brought out in court that the person who claimed to see Hardy beating Holder, didn't see anything.  When you listen to that phone call (which by the way came after Hardy's call to 911.  I think this is very significant), this woman emphasizes greatly how she heard and seen Holder getting beat.  She even throws out a few expletives left and right throughout the call.  Now if she lied about seeing the incident, the mere fact she stresses all these points could mean she's trying to set Hardy up.  Hardy made his call first, and it's reasonable to say that could have scared off Holder enough to leave the apartment.  Who's to say she didn't get this woman to make a call to 911 and try to set Hardy up?


I've heard, someone correct me if I'm wrong, that when police showed up, Holder was leaving the area.  It's been said that she had coke in her system that night and avoided being checked up at the hospital.  All of that is questionable stuff.  What else do we know?  I've heard Hardy had broken the relationship off even before that night, and we know Hardy wouldn't do anything crazy before he got paid.  If he was beating Holder, why call 911 to his place?  I know it's not out of the question, but how rare is it for the abuser to call the cops to his place?  If Hardy had enough thought to try and cover his tracks, I would say he is smart enough to never lay his hand on a woman.  Given Holder's past, Hardy breaking the relationship off, and him about to get paid, I very much doubt he's guilty of what he's accused of.

#2946001 National Interest in Hardy just ended....

Posted by Matthias on 12 September 2014 - 03:46 PM

Great, and we continue with the NFL is the Devil theory.



#2943028 Until found guilty by a jury of your peers.

Posted by Matthias on 11 September 2014 - 07:02 AM

Quick!  Jerry Jones have been accused of sexual assault.  Suspend him until he has his day in court!

#2942330 Donkey Kong Suh

Posted by Matthias on 10 September 2014 - 09:06 PM

#2942125 Big Cat breaks down and cries talking about domestic violence.

Posted by Matthias on 10 September 2014 - 07:22 PM

Um. It's a fact not an opinion.


If he's ultimately already guilty, how come he is not serving his sentence?

#2942100 Big Cat breaks down and cries talking about domestic violence.

Posted by Matthias on 10 September 2014 - 07:11 PM

I've been asking for someone to defend Hardy's case, and who else than the Big Cat to answer that call!  Now it's not about defending Hardy just to see him on the field, but for anyone who dares to look at what was presented in Hardy's trial, there's no reason to convict the man.  At least not until after the trial for crying out loud.  Now I personally believe he will be exonerated, but people should let the process play out.  I hope Mr. Richardson convinces the media to actually look at Hardy's case and be patient.

#2941915 Around the Horn called for Hardy's suspension

Posted by Matthias on 10 September 2014 - 06:11 PM

Bottom line is the NFL and media should wait until his jury trial before destroying his character. If he's found guilty then goodbye Kraken if he's found innocent then no harm done.


And that's the biggest thing.  If you are going to say Hardy should be suspended, say he should be suspended just because he has an ongoing case and people may not be comfortable with him on the field.  Don't just keep saying he was found guilty in a trial and that his due process is done etc etc.  If Hardy is found not guilty in his jury trial, would the media apologize to him?  Nope.  That is just plain wrong because Hardy is already looked at as a monster right now due to the attention.

#2941844 Around the Horn called for Hardy's suspension

Posted by Matthias on 10 September 2014 - 05:50 PM

Pardon the Interruption is also calling for it, suspension with pay.  Yet the thing I keep trying to grasp my head around is, they are essentially saying Hardy IS guilty.  They don't care about what was said in the trial or any of that.  They don't care that Hardy has a great chance of being found not guilty, I believe.  They are pretty much stating he's guilty.  I mean PTI even mentioned they read the transcripts, and they are horrified.  I'm asking myself 'Did they really read the transcripts?'.

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