Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by fland, Aug 23, 2014.
Gay on gay crime
Shouldn't that be an ESPN clip???????
I totally fucked up. I meant to copy and paste the standard Skip Bayless/Manziel jerkfest pic which is:
but forgot I copied the clip and by habit pasted it in the vid link.
Damn. We agree again.
That sack sealed the deal....Sam's makes the team
I hope that Michael Sam has a long, productive career in the NFL but, I doubt that he will. He's a tweener, too weak to be a power guy and too slow to be a speed guy. If he wasn't the first openly gay draft pick, he'd probably be cut. There's no chance of the Rams cutting him, at least this year. Inevitably in a few years, he will find himself out of the NFL and I'm sure we will heard from GLAAD and the other LGBT advocates that Sam's release was solely due to "homophobia". That couldn't be further from the truth, the NFL is one of the last bastions of Meritocracy in this country. If Ja'Daveon Clowney, the next Bruce Smith, was openly gay and even power-bottomed on video, GM's would still fist fight over him. As long as you're wreaking havoc in the oppositions backfield and registering 12-15 sacks a season you will have a roster spot and make big money in the NFL.
Exactly. Vinnie Cerrato, former Redskins GM, was asked about Dez Bryant one time and at what point do you cut him. His response was "when the problems outweigh the production!"
"As you know, Robin, I led the charge for Michael Sam getting into the NFL. Now he already has packed the quarterback of the other team. Gay people are a gift from God and I'm rooting for Sam. Do you think he'll thank me when he wins the Heinzman, Robin?"
Well of course you are.
Seemed like they were giving Johnny Football a hard time and not lathering Sams balls, which I would prefer.
4th quarter plays in preseason games never matter.
His speed rush on that play did look good though.
Suck a dick......
thats the idea
15 yards 4 grabbing below the belt.
What historic times we live in. We witnessed the first openly "gay" sack in the NFL.