Maréchal d'Empire (AKA King Stannis)
- Jul 12, 2014
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What stands out to me is that Vic Fangio has been in the coaching box for about a decade instead of the sideline. He didn't know how to make adjustments defensively without his usual vantage point. That's a problem.We beat Denver last year. They're just not very good. They also have a new first time head coach who may may not know what he is doing.
As I've said, I'm not a Pats fan by any stretch of the imagination, but it's funny how Steelers fans yell "ZOMG Goodell destroyed belicheatz tapez 4 him" but never say anything about how the Georgia bar's video footage was conveniently recorded over.It's possible. They did get a lot of practice thanks to their quarterback.
They literally don't care what you do, as long as you can help them win.I had to laugh at the Patriots releasing a statement that they don't condone rape or sexual assault. Soliciting a sex worker who is probably here illegally and had her passport stolen for a handy in Florida, though? Totally okay.
It was mentioned that Brown reached out to her a year after the 1st 2 incidents to apologize for his actions. Apparently that's when the 3rd incident happened.The whole situation definitely seems a bit fishy. So he ejaculates on her while watching a church service and she decides it's a good idea to later help that guy again?
If it's a professional relationship between trainer and client, what is she doing spending a bunch of time with him outside of their professional relationship? I get that they knew each other from college, but if I were a female trainer I'd want absolutely no part in being in these guys houses or hanging out outside of work. It's just asking for something bad to happen.
Not trying to put blame on her if this is actually true or excuse Brown's behavior, it just seems really odd that she'd go back after the initial incident.
On the same token, it also seems odd that any NFL player would hire a female trainer no matter her athletic background unless he was looking for something else. I could see an NBA player hiring someone like Cheryl Miller, Sue Bird, or some other player of that stature that might be able to teach them aspects of the game they don't really know or help them see things in a different way.
This isn't to be sexist or anything. A former college or WNBA player is going to have more insight into the game. I fail to see how a former gymnast is the ideal trainer for an NFL player. Just doesn't add up.