It’s a small, moral victory. The NFL owners and commissioner met with the demanding prima donna employees, getting a much deserved taste of what their remaining fans feel on…
It’s a small, moral victory. The NFL owners and commissioner met with the demanding prima donna employees that they have both created and enabled and the feelings of it being a wasted day were present on all sides. Now they’re getting a taste of what their former fans are feeling when they attempt to sit and watch a game.
We can add the events of Tuesday to the other moral victories we enjoy every time the dwindling NFL attendance and revenue numbers are announced. Still the owners and Goodell insist on catering to their thug employees. Head injuries are supposed to be confined to the players, but the league is behaving as if it’s a requirement for membership in their clique.
The owners and Roger Goodell met with the spoiled rich kids and their union and accomplished absolutely nothing. No law was laid down by the useless Roger Goodell or their largely gutless owners that players would be required to respect the nation, their fans or our symbols.
It turned out to be just what it should have been, the owners being subjected to the same frustrations and irritation that they’ve been forcing upon those fans who stubbornly want to remain faithful to a league that couldn’t care less about them.
Roger Goodell is being criticized by the blabber mouth sports caster in the video for having spent part of the meeting reading the Boston Globe on his laptop. Maybe he was reading the classifieds, sensing that, as Jerry Glanville has phrased it, he’s not for long with the NFL.
The talking sportscast libtards supporting the anti-American field thugs also were shocked that, when the topic of Colin Kaepernick was raised, management immediately called for a bathroom break. Maybe there’s a word association trigger at work that sent them all running for the stalls or perhaps they felt a certain queasiness at the mention of the name of the guy who started all of this mess. [VIDEO BELOW]
Nothing got accomplished and for many of us anxious to see the players laid off and forced to get the kind of jobs the rest of us have that’s a good thing. To see their salaries collapse and rosters cut, and the values of the owners’ franchises tumble would be that special kind of feel good news that doesn’t come around that often.
They’re supposed to meet again in a couple of weeks. Hopefully it will be a repeat of today and the slide towards the NFL suffering a fate similar to the USFL or the Arena League will continue, to a time when their memorabilia really become collectors items.
— SportsNet New York (@SNYtv) October 17, 2017
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