So the new article Siefert put up on ESPN which has blanketed the front page is really starting to piss me off. I wont link it, cause it already has a thread here that did. But what really pisses me off is the complete lack of being impartial for the sake of quality journalism.
We get it Seifert, you love Aarons man juice in your mouth, and he wouldnt perform for you that night. But you dont have to rehash it all the time.http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com/co ... git/17706/
this has been pointed out numerous times, but i thought a refresher for anyone who might have missed it. Its broken down perfectly to show it being a tate catch.
But heres the real problem I have. I dont mind the GB fans getting pissed. Theyre fans, thats part of their job. I get mad at so called journalist who, if they read the above linked article would at the very least, and I say VERY LEAST, argee that is wasnt an obvious interception. At least recognize the possibility that it could go the other way. But they wont do that. They instead use their massive reach across the world and brainwash everyone into thinking jennings was by himself practically. Caught the ball. Landed. And then tate came running over after the play was over and took the ball from him and they called it a touchdown.
Its sickening and has basically guaranteed that all the future refs (mike carrey) have it out for us from here on. I usually dont plan on the refs giving us a fair shake anyway, but now Im scared that it might drastically alter playoff games. And the worst part is, when it does happen, the rest of the country wont care and say we deserve it. That will be the hardest part. We will lose to an obvious ref call, and the rest of world will laugh at us and claim karma.
Time of possession is the most meaningless statistic in football. -RolandDeschain