- Aug 26, 2011
Got what he wanted... or bluff called.
Weird, I turned on ESPN yesterday for 5 minutes and all they were talking about was him calling the guy a cracker.It’s okay when it’s a white person on the receiving end
ESPN characterized it as a “spat” and a “tiff” lmao in what professional setting is calling your boss a cracker and telling him you’ll punch him in the face a “spat”
I will say I haven’t seen any tv media note the epithet, ESPN or otherwise
I wasn’t the one who implied that and no I don’t think it’s the same.Weird, I turned on ESPN yesterday for 5 minutes and all they were talking about was him calling the guy a cracker.
Do you think calling a black man a n***** and calling a white man a cracker is the same thing?
I might not necessarily be offended by the word itself, but it’s the intent of the use of the wordwho in the world would be offended by being called cracker
I'm seeing a number of comments on message boards that the Steelers have only themselves to blame because Tomlin is a direct result of the Rooney Rule.The Steelers' message board is in total meltdown mode, hating Tomlin and worried that the Patriots will win SB #7 with AB. And Big Ben might ask for an AB Patriots game jersey.
Tomlin does suck. No doubt.
The NFL is truly a circus. A 7 time Super Bowl champ in New England would have way more of an allure in London than a 7 time Super Bowl champ in Pittsburgh. Whatever it takes to broaden the fanbase and enrichen themselves.I'm seeing a number of comments on message boards that the Steelers have only themselves to blame because Tomlin is a direct result of the Rooney Rule.
As there are more Steelers fans living outside of Pittsburgh than in Western PA, I'd like to think most of these buffoons are not my neighbors. But I'm sure many are.
That said, Steeler fan meltdowns have been the highlight of football season for me ever since the Fiesta Bowl.
Accusations have't even been out there 1 hour, and you're condemning him already?
You've clearly already convicted the guy, so I realize argument is not really what you're looking for.He colluded to sign this jagbag, you would think he would have learned his lesson after coaching a serial killer.
They were the only team willing to draft Hernandez. Why do you think a top 15 talent dropped to the end of the fourth round? You don't think Belichick knew there were severe problems with Hernandez in New England or before? Didn't know he was a gang member? Didn't know there were rumors of him shooting people in Florida? Hernandez had a serious past that Belichick chose to overlook and Hernandez wound up killing at least 3 people while coached by him.You've clearly already convicted the guy, so I realize argument is not really what you're looking for.
and lol. What does Aaron Hernandez have to do with this one way or another? How are their situations reminiscent in any way? They didn't knowingly draft a murderer.
Your whining about the Patriots is amusing. Remember, Bill (Belichick) preferred the Patriots. You should be happy he went to college at Wesleyan. Already named an athletic facility after him.What a weird reply.