Funny how

11 Oct

when they feel the heat they suddenly see the light.

Not surprising at all, really. But I think it may be too late for the NFL. We’ll see. If Goodell had done this at the start of the season, it would be seen as something other than cowardly capitulation. But now it would just be a demonstration of his weakness.

In other words, now there is blood in the water and he is substantially weakened. So change doesn’t really mean much. The thing to do now is to fire Goodell and replace him with Condi Rice. Rice has said ┬áthat is her “dream job.” She would crack on this nonsense. And THAT sends the message you want.

Players need to show that they are real manly men, not just panty-waists with big muscles and mind-numbingly big contracts.


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  1. Oregonian

    October 15, 2017 at 10:43 am

    I support the players’ right to kneel.

    • Gregor Mendel

      October 15, 2017 at 3:23 pm

      I don’t think anyone is saying there is no right. Now, owners and the NFL itself also have rights…

      To quote an old Billy Joel song, “You can speak your mind, but not on MY time.”

      Players can do whatever they want. But so can owners…