If you do, you remember for some stent where he was one of the more dominant running backs in the National Football League for the better part of a decade, but then did something far more important than any single thing he did on the field during his career after it ended; with little to nobody taking notice.
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneer and Atlanta Falcon started his very own charity, the Warrick Dunn Foundation, which to this date has bought 145 homes to single-parent families since 1997.
I guess we just have different visions of both acceptable performance and a coach's blame... Not sure how Harbs cost us that NE game.
Winning is so hard in the NFL (and other leagues). Its amazing how often people pull out 'shoulda wons' or 'woulda wons' when bringing up games we lost. Plus if we had won the game in NE years ago of course the team woulda won the super bowl and won again the next year. The only things that change are what we want to have changed, miraculously everything else stays the same.
I liked Fear The Walking Dead. I know some people thought it was slow but I don't think it was much slower than long portions of the TWD were. Herschel's farm and the prison both had weeks where nothing happened.
And don't forget Carl eating pudding for 35 minutes last year.
PS ... I think it's easier than you think to have someone involutely committed for a short period.
I think that is what he meant, that since its relatively easy to get someone committed for a short period then perhaps that should not be used in determining whether someone should be allowed to own a gun or not.
Bothered me? Not so much the right word. What "bothered me" as I said on page one was his abuse of being gay to cover up his lack of will power, his lack of NFL talent. Then for him to blame his drop in draft stock on his coming out when it was clear to those who know the game, he was not an NFL player. This pretty much sums it all up. No guts, no talent. I do hope the best for him in what ever he does.
Well clearly I was wrong. I'm sorry it didn't bother you so much. Now you can put it behind you and move on.