Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Whine, whine, whine... bitch, bitch, bitch. I am sick and tired of this crap! Every freaking day I have to listen to some sports figure complain that he:
A. Doesn't get enough playing time
B. Doesn't get enough money
C. Doesn't get the respect he deserves
Can you guess which of those pisses me off the most??? Let me remind these idiots of one thing. YOU GET PAID MONEY TO PLAY A KID'S GAME!!! I remember playing Cops & Robbers as a kid; wouldn't it be great if I could become a pro at that? That's what these whining morons are doing! They can throw a football far, or they can slam a baseball over a fence, or they can repetitively bounce a basketball and then throw it through a hoop. And because they can do that, they deserve millions of dollars? And then, after getting all this money--that they don't deserve-- they have the nerve to complain about it???
Here's the one that has me really steamed, coming from Derek Anderson in regards to Cleveland fans:
"The fans are ruthless and don't deserve a winner. I will never forget getting cheered when I was injured. I know at times I wasn't great. I hope and pray I'm playing when my team comes to town and (we) roll them."
Holy crap! I didn't realize that D.A. was such a great QB! How many trophies does he have? None? And the only reason Anderson even started in that Pro Bowl appearance--the only of his career--was because Tom Brady, the starter, was injured? So D.A. really has not really proven anything? And D.A. should really not run his mouth then? Hmmm... that sounds about right.
I'll give him this, Cleveland fans are rough. We always have been. We expect winners to come play for the most loyal fans in the NFL. And we will tell you when you're doing well. And we will tell you when you suck. D.A. didn't realize that half of the Browns fans wanted him over Brady Quinn. He had half, so he had some support. Now, I would not be surprised if anyone gives a damn that he's gone.
Derek Anderson has burned his bridge to Cleveland, and many other teams who won't want to build a team around a QB who doesn't know when to shut up. D.A. clearly missed the boat on this lesson; without the fans, there is no NFL. And without the NFL, he's on the unemployment line with many other, harder working men & women. D.A. be glad you even got a chance. And I hope you do come to Cleveland with a new team, we would love to kick your ass.
Source: News Herald