Freddy wrote:I'm not much of a sports person, but do watch the Superbowl each year. I thought it was a fun game. I didn't see many bad calls, if any. The two challenges were fine.
The one thing I did have an issue with was #92. The guy that ran the 100 yards for the TD was the same guy that got the personal foul called on him when he punched out a Cardinals player. Virtually zero penalty for what he did! Then after the game they interviewed him all about how great he was getting the touchdown. I'll tell you what, in the Game Book of Fred, that player would not only been out of the game, his career would be over. I would can his sorry ass and he'd never be seen playing football again. There's just no need for crap like that. What did he teach every kid that was watching? If you're good enough you can be a bully and no one will say a thing. A month or a year from now when he pulls an OJ and someone gets raped or killed everyone will say "Gee, we never saw that coming". I'm sorry, but stuff like that yanks my chain!
That is nothing compared to what goes on in the piles or on the line every single play. Yes he was caught but when you go to an actual game try to watch everything happening on the field away from the ball. People are getting punched, kicked, scraped, eyes get poked, etc. It's football and emotions are part of it. Perhaps it was over the line but let's not get all outraged over the incident. We are talking about a game where 200-300 lb men beat on each other for 60 minutes. I think if we see that in Golf then we may have a problem.