I mean so many people hate Brady (which I don't get other than being jealous). So hating Mahomes is understandable. Especially from the media fawning all over him, getting every call imaginable, and just plain jealously (he is unbelievably talented).
I would say he's a pretty bad parent. And I say that knowing that addiction is not the fault of the parent. Choosing to keep coaching while your children are lighting themselves on fire is a choice he made.Is this a joke? There are a few things that reflect poorly on the guy
I only watch baseball and football. Now, I hate umpires too but I find myself feeling like they are purposefully deciding the outcome of games far less than I do with NFL refs. I think they’re just incompetent 9 out of 10 times. In comparison, it’s hard not to feel like the zebras are choosing who wins and loses.The entire culture/M.O. of the officiating is ass backwards. It should be when in doubt, leave the flag in your pocket. It’s the opposite now. And it’s completely polluting the sport, and ruining big game after big game. They need a sea change in philosophy, but because they are so wildly popular, and so many people(raises hand) are addicted to their product, there is no incentive to change a thing.
Yup. And the NFSomething similar to that happens on nearly every play
Zack wilson, Sam Darnold, Mark Sanchez & Chad Pennington approve of this message. . . . Easy there big guy.they should make the new asterisk a tear
lol boo hoo
Exactly, there needs to be a presumption against penalties. They do this for offensive holding and I’m fine with that, but it needs to be consistent on both sides of the ball. An OL can consistently mail defenders, but a light brush of a hand on a WR’s back draws a foul, it doesn’t really make sense.The entire culture/M.O. of the officiating is ass backwards. It should be when in doubt, leave the flag in your pocket. It’s the opposite now. And it’s completely polluting the sport, and ruining big game after big game. They need a sea change in philosophy, but because they are so wildly popular, and so many people(raises hand) are addicted to their product, there is no incentive to change a thing.
Not from me. It’s how I feel right now. I had no rooting interest in the game and felt like I was robbed.I’ll take some shit for this, but tonight on more than one occasion I couldn’t help but wonder if the NFL’s jumped the shark a bit.
The production is so over-the-top and cheesy it’s hard to want to watch anything outside of the 60 minutes of football. And then even then, there seems to be an increasing frequency of late, game-changing flags in huge games, that makes everything that came before it seem irrelevant.
Maybe it’s just because the Patriots are, at best, mediocre, but the NFL is becoming harder and harder to want to watch.
It was absolutely a clear steal of their opportunity to respond. Not having it literally handed the game to the Chiefs.I will say. Horrible horrible call. But, it’s not like the chiefs were losing the game at that point either.
Eagles would have had a real chance, especially to tie the game, but it wasn’t a clear steal from the eagles either.