Houston Texans field thugs made it nearly unanimous. Only ten of their players put their country before their egos. The inmates really do run the NFL prison, as they made…
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair made an accurate comment about the disrespectful field thugs kneeling and sitting during the national anthem, saying, “we can’t have the inmates running the prison.” It’s a common adage but one that apparently hit too close to home for the self-aggrandized players’ sensitivities.
The field thugs were so outraged by his comments that they immediately united to prove his point. On the next game, which took place Sunday at Seattle, more than half of the Texans malcontents disrespected America by squatting, sitting or kneeling. Several Seattle players likewise demonstrated their disdain for this country.
Houston inmates may have been too busy looking at videos of themselves and into pocket mirrors to have noticed, but the Astros are in the World Series and none of them are attacking America. Nobody cares that the butt-hurt NFL inmates didn’t like the owners comments. He’s paying them, they can shut up and play the stupid game or go home.
There were some players who stood, about ten, among the Texans. It’s too bad their ability to make a lavish living is going to be destroyed along with the deserving lowlifes.
The owner, McNair, explained in a statement the nature of his comments to the players, who may not have the ability to understand them without some help. He said, “I was referring to the relationship between the league office and team owners and how they have been making significant strategic decisions affecting our league without adequate input from ownership over the past few years.”
He kissed their collective backsides, saying, “I am truly sorry to the players for how this has impacted them and the perception that it has created of me which could not be further from the truth. Our focus going forward, personally and as an organization, will be towards making meaningful progress regarding the social issues that mean so much to our players and our community.”
He totally caved and planted a big wet one on the collective rear ends of every player. Maybe he should have held his smooch a little longer, or involved his tongue, as the players weren’t satisfied just with having the warden groveling at their backsides. They needed the satisfaction of rubbing his nose in it on national television. And of course it carries the added benefit of attacking the evil white folks and police at the same time. Their on-field antics were a three-fer, everything the inmates could hope for.
One America-hating ingrate, Duane Brown, had been a season-long holdout until Sunday. On Friday he made some comments on the matter, saying he thought the remarks of the owner were disrespectful. That’s almost funny, given the debate is in large part over the league disrespecting America and our symbols. It’s fine for them not to respect us but they are not to be disrespected by the guy who pays their salaries. Right.
Brown, who, as much as it sounds like he was describing player actions was talking about the owner, said, “I think it was ignorant, I think it was embarrassing. I think it angered a lot of players, including myself. We put our bodies and minds on the line every time we step on that field, and to use an analogy of inmates in prison, that’s disrespectful. That’s how I feel about it.”
They get paid big money for stepping onto that field, a point he didn’t mention, as well as the fact that he hadn’t stepped onto it all season. But who cares what he thinks? Just keep it up boys, those of us who a repulsed by your out of control self-obsessed behavior are reveling in your self-destructive actions and the steady march towards professional suicide.
We can’t wait for the league to downsize to twenty teams and drop the roster size to thirty players. Any of you punks want to bet that those still having a job at half the salary will be standing for the anthem then?
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