And what did I see in Coach McCarthy? That anger over what amounts to a game is the worst lessen an adult can teach a young developing mind. They are supposed to learn good sportsmanship and fits of anger is not that. You ought to be able to conduct yourself as a man on the sidelines as a coach.
If you ever had to work with someone like that in Corporate America you would know exactly what I am talking about!
Bridgewater can run! Did you see those legs bicycle gear out of there?
What else did I see? It looked like a Viking was grabbing for the groin of Lacey. We got a glimpse of that camera angle.
What am I seeing? No one seems to know how to tackle the short fast running back. The way that you do that is if you are taller you put your upper body across their shoulders and torso and you use your weight to bring them down.
But the problem with that is that those players on the team are bigger and on average not as fast! A person can indeed be bigger and faster, however that is a rarity. The reason being; not sure? Has to do with how one physically matures? The late maturer might be a lot faster than the early maturer who is more or less an overgrown cretin.
Which brings me to my next idea. How about having different weight classes in football just as is in boxing? If that were indeed true you would have a whole lot less physical disabilities as well as concussion based mental illnesses as I will assert Bret Farve had.
So it would be weight class 200 – 250. 200 and lower. And 250 and above. Now that 250lb and above weight class would be EXTREME ENTERTAINMENT! Why? Watching a quarterback over 250 lbs would be the absolute funniest thing we ever saw on television! Jello flying everywhere! Big fat grandma arm!
And as long as we are all about dividing up to create more money. How about a homosexual league? Instead of us guessing why not just segregate out those homosexuals and put them in their own league. How would a league like that compare? Would we even know the difference? They could still wear their hair long. How about nice pink uniforms like they want to do to deer hunters in Wisconsin. And have you ever watched some of those real big men run when they get an interception like Clay Mathews did that one time? It is incredibly funny! So us guy's might for once get a good honest laugh from television.
As long as I am talking about what was once okay to call abnormal. There should be absolutely no alcohol or drug advertisements of any kind allowed on television. In fact on all of television they should not be able to show any drink or cigarette in anyone's hands. No bottles allowed on television. We may not be able to get rid of the illegal 21st amendment but there are ways we can clean up this country rather thoroughly without having to do so!
I don't know if I like the idea of players having to resort to throwing the ball out of bounds and the receiver catching it with his toes in. It just seems inauthentic to me. It was never an issue when the same players who played offense also played defense. What happens there is everyone faces the same level of exhaustion at the end of the game and it therefore gets interesting. Who is the real warrior that comes back to win it?
And what is wrong with the camera angles and the way that they pan! Just odd and disorientating! And it never used to be that way and while at the same time the camera coverage used to be very good! A guy watching the game likes to feel like he is commanding a Stratego board game? At least that is how we like to see the field and anticipate what would happen. Too much of showing the facial closeups of what amounts to non-academic buffoons!
Didn't get to see the whole game was out running errands; mailing letters, going to the grocery store.
But that was a great touchdown pass of Aron's. Could you feel it was going to be a touchdown when he set up about to throw it like I did?
That right there is what I like about the game the most; completed long passes for touchdowns. And to me it is like, I really don't care which team scores, I just like to see that feet! Why? Because it represents coordinated COOPERATION. Now I could drone on about something like that for another 200 words but I leave you to think about it for yourself.
Do you know what else I can't stand about professional sports? How it has completely shadowed and displaced the need for a clean environment for those of us who like fishing and hunting. Your sports section of the paper is just that! Whose dumb kid ran the fastest etc. Meanwhile we can't eat the fish because they are full of PCB's and mercury! The fish can't even reproduce in their own lakes. A lot of that water smells just like a Brewers porta pottie toilet! That needs to change. There is very little coverage of the outdoors in the paper. As a kid that used to be the best part of the paper. I can't imagine what a kid looks forward to today in the sports section? Looking to see which men are this and that? "Oh whose son is that there?" Growing up I could have cared less! What they do in competition really doesn't seem like a very great achievement to me. I don't see how or why they are idolized? But then again both of my parents were school teachers.
Perhaps if you want to play professional sports for a living then immediately after high school or college you must first serve two years in something new to be called the American Corps of Engineers. There you will build infrastructure and drive dump trucks containing contaminated water soil out of our lakes and rivers. Perhaps if there isn't a place for you doing that you serve as a farm hand in the all Organic Farm initiative. Perhaps you put solar panels on roofs. Perhaps you build homeless shelters and manage them. And the homeless rate you and if you don't get a good rating you don't get to advance to pro sports. Why not? You don't have the personal integrity for coordinated cooperation.
Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 11 22 2015 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com
When is the idolatry of Professional Athletes, the way they are talked about really equate to a homosexual pandering to men?
And one more thing in either the way Troy Aikman or Joe Buck stated something. About the way the quarterback was evading a sack. "He is in the pocket and scrambling before it collapses." Doesn't that really sound like the gestalt submarine war talk? How many young men watch sports, drink beer, listen to that and sign up to go overseas and get their legs blown off?
And let's be honest, how much of the success of professional sports is due to queers with money wanting, (placating and pandering to) those big men to like them?