NFL-Funded Assault On Schiano ContinuesOctober 4th, 2013
Joe finds the NFL fascinating. The league employs teams of reporters for NFL Network and NFL.com that dig up and distribute unsourced dirt from NFL locker rooms. And the owners pay for this to fuel the obsession with the NFL that lines their pockets — even if it hurts their individual organizations.
What mad genius!
Joe wishes he was that smart.
So with that stated, Joe brings you the latest from NFL.com and NFL Network. Reporter Michael Silver continued the popular onslaught on Greg Schiano yesterday. Silver was busy learning the pulse of the Bucs locker room and paints a grim picture.
“You hear Greg Schiano pleading his case, and it seems a little myopic. They’re just trying to show everybody that it’s OK that they cut Josh Freeman,” Silver said. “There is a sense in that locker room that he over-coaches situational football, that there’s a sort of paralysis preparing for one-in-a-million scenarios. That instead of being able to go out there and play fast, guys are burdened with having to over-think things.”
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Clearly, there are content editors at NFL headquarters who have determined that whipping Schiano and imploding the Bucs by any means necessary are good for business.
Hey, Team Glazer, perhaps you could make a phone call to cool the assault on your head coach?
Hmm, it’s ironic how these NFL reporters do so little digging to figure out what players had concussions but didn’t go through the proper medical protocols, given that the league is sooooo concerned about the health of players.
Joe gets what’s going on, but it doesn’t feel good when it’s your team that league employees are being paid to rip apart. But that’s exactly what the NFL wants.