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Fuck the NFL

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Bernnie Federko, May 25, 2018.

  1. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    They are screwing over players who're concussed, and they are on the wrong side of the BLM civil rights protest

     
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  2. praktik

    praktik TRIBE Member

    and the sport is too much stop/start lets face it
     
  3. KickIT

    KickIT TRIBE Member

    Steve Kerr gets it right. USA! USA! USA!

     
  4. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

  5. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

  6. dbzraver

    dbzraver New Member

    Agreed, it's always been a messy enterprise. Now the s*** already hit the fan but it keeps spinning.
     
  7. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    This thread...

     
  8. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

  9. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    Very interested in the terms of the settlement

     
  10. Bernnie Federko

    Bernnie Federko TRIBE Member

    Is Ego is the enemy


    It's no secret that Aaron Rodgers and former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy weren't the best of friends during their 13 seasons together, but now we have new details, courtesy of Bleacher Report's Tyler Dunne.

    The bottom line: I came away from this feeling like Rodgers and McCarthy were equally responsible for undermining what should have been a much more successful era in Green Bay. I also came away more confident than ever that ego is the enemy.

    • According to one Packers employee, if Rodgers thinks he's smarter than you, he won't respect you. And apparently, he didn't think McCarthy was very bright. That's ego.
    • Team sources sayMcCarthy believed his system — not the players — was the foundation for the Packers' success, and he refused to innovate or give younger coaches opportunities because he felt threatened by them. That's ego — and ego is the enemy.
     

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