I’m just adding to the letter and giving this idiot exactly what he wants. Aaron Rodgers He wants everyone to whisper and hold their breath about his potential return this season. And that’s all he wants. All he wants for two or three years is attention and for people to think he is a special being given to us to show us a better way. Are you already playing and winning football games for the New York Jets? Rest assured he doesn’t really care.
He’s sure to get on tape that he can throw the ball and do something before the game on national television. It’s more than enough to start a conversation on broadcast, which keeps the conversation going on different postgame shows, which keeps the conversation going on social media, and he stays in the news and trending and gets to see his name everywhere, which equals importance. So do many others. That’s the endgame here.
What does he really have to gain by actually wearing the clothes? Sure, there’s a chance he can salvage the Jets’ season, guide them to the Super Bowl, and become a New York legend in a way no player could do in Green Bay (sorry Sconnies, but you know it’s true). Except Aaron Rodgers who can do that hasn’t been around for three or four seasons. It’s actually not that good anymore. He certainly won’t be good at 40 after missing months. The window for him to do all that is very small.
If Rodgers goes out there and is bad? Or if he goes out there and his leg completely disintegrates as soon as he gets out of the locker room? How can he tighten? com. fantastapotamus The semen that was healthy or what will be? How can he look like a mad genius that we the public don’t understand if he looks like a 40-year-old man standing on one leg trying to play NFL football in a city that would have four minutes of patience?
But once you put the idea of it in front of every Jets fan’s face for weeks on end, making all of ESPN’s screaming heads into a froth they might drown in, by sending Twitter closer to destruction (perhaps the only good thing it can do), the legend grows. And his name becomes greater. The idea of Aaron Rodgers continues to magnify his reality. If the bell never rings, at least before the Jets’ season becomes meaningless, he can inhale all the headlines, stories and sore stories from those in green that begin with “If Aaron had stayed healthy…” even if he returns. To play next year, which is not good, he’s going to have to miss a whole season and it’s very difficult to come back from that in his 40s.
Rodgers wants to start a fire but watches the gunfight from afar. He’s already got that. That’s all he needs, so he’ll sit on it and soak in it for several more weeks. That’s all he could ask for.
Discipline is coming for Michigan
The Michigan scandal is about to get even sillier. The Big 10 That’s 18 alerted the school that discipline was coming, and Michigan explained it was preparing its team of attorneys to face whatever type of discipline that might be. Their defense seems to be, “Look at everyone else doing this!”
This whole thing has always been a slap in the face to a bunch of teams that couldn’t get anywhere near Michigan on the field, so they’ll go that route. You don’t really hear Georgia complain about these things. TCU has also kicked its ass and encoded its signals differently. It’s somehow dumber than the Astros scandal, because teams are allowed to watch video clips from previous games and know everything, but if they recorded it live? Get out of here.
It’s always been thought that college teams can send their offense to the goal line, then go back to the coaches to call the play based on the defense they see. And now they’re all filling their pants because Michigan figured out the best way to do it themselves when everyone’s at stake? grow up.
Michigan will file a lawsuit and whatever else to keep Harbaugh on the sidelines for its final two conference games, and then likely accept a suspension for the Big 10 Championship game against a team they’ll be putting into orbit anyway. Then, the school and coach will likely go separate ways in the offseason, having already opened a recruiting pipeline that others can likely manage. Wake us up when it gets really interesting.
More problems for olives
Let’s say, has the Oilers’ season improved since the last time we checked?
Oh. Well, we’ll be back in a few weeks.
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