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Old 09-23-2017, 12:56 PM   #1
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he has them fired up now!
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Yea while I agree with him, it's not his place to say that thy should fire the players.

That's up to us as viewers to use our 'voice' in not watching or supporting. Once money runs out for those contracts I bet they shut up and just get back to playing. But you know this seems a lot like the baseball strike back in the 90's, people won't forget these players doing this. Baseball never has been as big since then.
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He does have them fired up for sure. I would think he has more things on his platter that need attention. Oh well.
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He does have them fired up for sure. I would think he has more things on his platter that need attention. Oh well.
Agreed.
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He does have them fired up for sure. I would think he has more things on his platter that need attention. Oh well.
He certainly has a lot On his plate but his dont see anything wrong with expressing his opinion on the subject. Especially when he is fairly sure that opinion is shared with the majority of the country.
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I would liken to bet trump gets major bonus points off this. He's just saying what the majority of the U.S. is quietly thinking!!! No different than Obama expressing his support on what 2% of the population were loudly blaring out!
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A lot of the swamp donkeys are already coming out to make statements against the president.

I watch some football to get a break from all the political stuff.
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Seemed like the ESPN scroller had more Trump updates than scores today between the nfl and warriors issues.
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Seemed like the ESPN scroller had more Trump updates than scores today between the nfl and warriors issues.
This is garbage week in cfb
Bama & vandy????
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So when half of the nfl "takes a knee" are we not going to have football at all?

I wonder if anyone will take a knee in England tomorrow?
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Old 09-23-2017, 11:02 PM   #11
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Instead of black NFL players aspiring the young African American's on the power of working hard and achieving the American dream....they collect their million dollar checks and preach hatred and low expectations of success on their youth.
Best quote to sum this up......."Miller Timer" ..JJ
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Free speech, all-around, I guess. Thing about free speech is that it is not necessarily free from consequences. Some may object to the president expressing his opinion regarding the expression of opinions by certain athletes. Athletes raising a gloved fist and bowing their head during the national anthem at the Mexico Olympics was pretty shocking and viewed as embarrassing to the country by many. This outbreak of kneeling during the national anthem by millionaire athletes and supported by some of their billionaire owners (John Mara and others) is indeed free speech -- bought and paid for by those who fought and died for the flag and the ideals expressed in the national anthem. So, yes, those folks are free to express themselves in memorable fashion, and you can believe that the rest of the country will indeed remember their actions.
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Old 09-24-2017, 03:45 AM   #13
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I love it. Tell it like it is. No sugar coating it. Livin in libs heads (plenty of space).


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Old 09-24-2017, 07:16 AM   #14
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Instead of black NFL players aspiring the young African American's on the power of working hard and achieving the American dream....they collect their million dollar checks and preach hatred and low expectations of success on their youth.
Best quote to sum this up......."Miller Timer" ..JJ
This PLUS what longhorn cop said!
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I wonder if anyone will take a knee in England tomorrow?
Yup.
They did it.
Along with retired players as well.
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Old 09-24-2017, 11:01 AM   #16
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He sounds like he's taking care of the important stuff and winning.
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He sounds like he's taking care of the important stuff and winning.
Who is that, Goddell?
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I agree with everything he has said about it!
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Not watching today, as long as Jerry honors his own words, stand or else I will watch Cowboys.
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Didn't know the NFL was still around. Go Trump! Oh, and Roll Tide!!

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Amen to that!

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All the Steelers stayed in the locker room...........except one . Former Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva stood outside the tunnel with hand over heart. At least one Steeler knows what it means and isn't a sheeple
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The NE fans booed their own players for taking a knee.
TV crew cut away real quick it was so loud.
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At least we know who the true patriots are.


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Makes you wonder what someone who plays, like Villanueva, thinks about his team. Not what he'll say to the tv camera but what he goes home and tells his wife. Personally I'd not take it so well
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Imagine if this spills over to college football. A bunch of Trump fans will have to find something else to talk about all week, lol.

Bradshaw, Howie and Strahan weigh in.

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Makes you wonder what someone who plays, like Villanueva, thinks about his team. Not what he'll say to the tv camera but what he goes home and tells his wife. Personally I'd not take it so well
They lost to a very weak bears team. I'm sure most of the players don't care for all the workplace dramatics.
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Unfortunately, what I think all these NFL players are losing sight of, along with these commentators, is WE, the fans, don't want to mix our politics with our sports. Viewership is on a rapid decline and these dummies don't appreciate that it's related to this crap. Trump didn't say they should be arrested. He simply said they should be kicked off the field. By telling someone that they can't do something at work isn't a violation of their rights.
Kneeling during the anthem seems disrespectful to most Americans. It doesn't unite, it divides. Making a statement about your rights is an important thing, but you can't ask for respect by being blatantly disrespectful. I guess it's going to take running one of our greatest sports into the ground before the owners put an end to protests AND other detrimental elements like oversatuation of the sport. Money talks, so hopefully they'll wise up when it hits their pocket book.


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Wonder how strong their convictions will be when their average salaries dip back the 75-125k range?
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All the Steelers stayed in the locker room...........except one . Former Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva stood outside the tunnel with hand over heart. At least one Steeler knows what it means and isn't a sheeple
Seems like the rest of the athletes around the county need to learn a thing
Or two from the man who actually sacrificed for this country.
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I hope we find out. First I hope they ruin professional sports. I wonder what they'll think of their platform then. Yep. I said I hope they ruin professional sports. When they start teaching 8 year olds to kneel at a pee wee football game...I hope they can accept the consequences.
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The NFL highlighted Mike Evans kneeling during the anthem. Then they highlighted him acting like a **** fool on the sideline during the game.
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Imagine if this spills over to college football. A bunch of Trump fans will have to find something else to talk about all week, lol.



Bradshaw, Howie and Strahan weigh in.



C'mon Verm, say it along with you're aunt billary.....

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Imagine if this spills over to college football. A bunch of Trump fans will have to find something else to talk about all week, lol.



Bradshaw, Howie and Strahan weigh in.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iEu2HIKf3k


I dont give 2 scraps of what these guys think politically. If these multi millionaires think america has somehow oppressed them well then it shows how stupid they are. But again Im not watchin them cause of their views. I think them disrespecting our flag to show their unity against perceived racism is unpatriotic. Shows they hate our system and country which is ironic that they drape themselves with the rights our flag represents yet turn their back on that same flag. I like what Jimmy Johnson said, these guys are too worried about kneeling and not concentrating on their job. They are no way facing racism. They represent the top .5% of wage earners in our country yet they think merica treats them different? Yea right.

Im mexican american and cant stand these people. I heard one say its the worst time in america to be african american? Really there used to be slaves but its worse now.
I agree with Trump or anyone who says kneeling during the anthem is a SOB and unpatriotic.



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Isn't it so fitting that the steelers lost....poor snowflakes
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Don't watch the NFL, but it truly makes me sick to my stomach seeing all these ungreatful truly privileged individuals act this way after each and every One of them have been able to experience the American dream first hand. I'm sure some of them have family's members that have served our country then to see them out there on that field acting like spoiled brats.. think it makes them proud? couldn't they thought of any other way to show there protest?
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I wish someone in the media would call these millionaire, mumbling, fools out and make them cite two specific examples of somebody they know being oppressed and in what way.

I guarantee you that everyone of them would point to about 5 police shootings(that were all justified) of thugs that earned that bullet. They wouldn't be able to come up with anything else.

Why don't these idiots use their platform in a positive manner to let the youth know that anything in America is possible if you work hard enough, like making millions playing a child's game. Instead they try to discourage the youths of America with this false narrative of institutional racism and oppression.

We just had a black president for 8 years for crying out loud!!


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he needs to quit picking on those poor oppressed nfl players.
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Done with the NFL..... Sad thing is I love football, but it's just a dang game. These guys think they own the world, we'll go to h&ll NFL
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The CBS team weighs in. I thought Bill Cowher's comments were pretty good. Pete Carroll basically suggested that discussing this with older people is a waste of time.

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The CBS team weighs in. I thought Bill Cowher's comments were pretty good. Pete Carroll basically suggested that discussing this with older people is a waste of time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLoOvqfe-qg


All of those guys are wearing an American flag pin on their jacket! Why is that?


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I'm fed up with the bull****. these players have 0 respect. Is a disgrace. As much as I like playing the fanasty football side of it I'm done with it all.
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During the singing of the National Anthem is a poor time to do anything but acknowledge what a great country we are so privledged to live in. Personally, I always think of those men and woman who have served, fought, sacrificed, died, were wounded and/or taken prisoner to defend the country and our freedom. I also take a moment to reflect and be grateful that my ancestors had the courage to take a chance and climb on a boat over 125 years ago. I don't watch professional sports much at all and I definately don't acknowledge those that play professional sports with any special regard. That being said, my head is spinning as to what went down this weekend???? Could it be that someone felt the regular season was stealing his limelight? As they say, there are bigger fish to fry.
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I'm hearing the standard liberal dunderheads denouncing Trump's remarks as much as sniveling, insignificant, self-righteous people can. What I cannot seem to recall is their denunciation of Obama jumping into EVERY white hot (pun intended) racial issue to come across the wire. Hypocrites and their double standard way of living are simply part and parcel of people devoid of self respect.
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I'm hearing the standard liberal dunderheads denouncing Trump's remarks as much as sniveling, insignificant, self-righteous people can. What I cannot seem to recall is their denunciation of Obama jumping into EVERY white hot (pun intended) racial issue to come across the wire. Hypocrites and their double standard way of living are simply part and parcel of people devoid of self respect.
All he did was express his opinion about a matter that has a lot of public attention. I'd say it was entirely appropriate. T

Trump should come out and add. "If I had a son, he would look a lot like Alejandro Villanueva"

Yes I know Trump has sons, but it would be epic.
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Used to be a die hard football fan but that fire has pretty much burned out. My wife and I talked about what is going on in the NFL and we cancelled our DirectTV yesterday. (Main reason we had it was for football). Protesting the flag and anthem is not appropriate. I understand the idea of sticking with your teammates, but we are all supposed to be a part of a bigger team. Going to focus more on hunting this fall.
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All he did was express his opinion about a matter that has a lot of public attention. I'd say it was entirely appropriate. T

Trump should come out and add. "If I had a son, he would look a lot like Alejandro Villanueva"

Yes I know Trump has sons, but it would be epic.

Yes, yes it would! Haha
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Many in the media are trying to frame "taking a knee" as a free speech issue. Since when does anyone have a right to 100% unrestricted speech at their place of employment? If your spouting of political/religious or any other views while working is running off customers, your boss will tell you to can it - or leave. So, if a NFL owner is OK with his players taking a knee, that's fine. If he thinks that self expression by the players is worth alienating a significant percentage of the fans, that's a business decision he is free to make.

Trump (in his admittedly less than articulate way) was merely trying to say that if he was an owner his players would stand for the anthem or find another team. That has been construed by the media and the activists as some kind of attack on free speech - it just ain't so.
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