Posts Tagged Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson: Not too Big for his Ethics

The Seahawks organization is apparently having a problem with Russell Wilson. The word that has come down is that Wilson has become a “celebrity.” I have no idea what that means. It is like saying that every other franchise quarterback in the NFL is meek, quiet and invisible and only Wilson endorses products and has a good looking girlfriend. What this is about in our estimation is 4-5; the record of a team that is currently languishing in mediocrity. The organization has determined that if Wilson was back to making […]

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Joseph Randle’s Stinkin’ Cologne

Joseph Randle

As I write this blog, I can’t help but look at all the irony. The Dallas Cowboys are arguably having their best year since 2009. They have come together as a team. Tony Romo is having a breakout crazy year and in their recent defeat of the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks many experts have wondered if they have suddenly become the best team in football. Here’s another irony: in the game against Seattle, running back Joseph Randle had a record breaking game with 10.4 yards per carry; the best […]

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The other side: Marshawn Lynch accuser filed false statement

Marshawn Lynch

It is no secret that professional and collegiate football players have gotten more than their fair share of negative publicity in these past months. I am not rushing to defend anyone who has been justly accused and found guilty. The whole point of my teaching concerns choices and consequences; if someone chooses to go down the wrong path, it will lead to a lousy place. However, as frequently happens in life, there are the bottom-feeders and the unethical who take advantage of a situation for their personal gain. This can […]

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