Discussion in 'Drama Zone' started by erod, Jul 17, 2017 at 8:22 AM.
Those looked like Russian missile defense systems.
They did, didn't they.
Yep, or transmission equipment from the Death Star.
A young 20 something male may have gotten into a bar scrap, big deal, when I was into the bar scene, fights occurred regularly...he may not even have started it, or it could have been mutual...
There were tweets last night that he did it. TMZ now has a video of the guy laying on the floor and the guy who shot the video has confirmed it was Zeke who laid him out. So there is some corroboration at this point.
I am hoping it is as the guy said........... Zeke just happened to be there but there appears to be more and more coming out that he was involved in some capacity.
The league thinks quite differently.
More info coming out, apparently a drunk guy was harassing and grabbing a woman from Zeke's party and Elliott intervened.
Still not a good situation and I can see this coming back to bite him, but if this story is true it sounds like he was defending a woman being harassed which obviously changes the narrative
There's no doubt that Zeke hit the guy at this point. The question is why.
I can't tell you what you think. I can tell you what I think. I've said/implied this a few times already. I see you're back to bad comprehension skills. We aren't going to agree so go ahead post your little rebuttal but I'm done with this interaction. Have a great day
I actually agree with you for the most part but I doubt it will ever completely go away. People act like the NFL is the only company/organization that can punish employees for not breaking the law. Lots of companies have guidelines and standards that are punishable whether a law was broken or not.
The players union can try to fight it and take away some power but I don't think it will be as loose as you hope.
That's exactly what I hope for. If he was defending a woman who was being physically touched by a guy against her will, then I support Zeke 1000% on this.
Hands on the girl could buy him an out if he did crack the guy.
But again, he needs to start avoiding situations like this altogether.
Yup. Back in the early 90s, the league didn't really care. Nowadays, they do. You have to avoid these things.
Dollats to donuts Mara and Goodell set this entire thing up because they didn't have enough to suspend him for the first game
I doubt Goodell would see it like that tbh.
Oh I have no doubt the NFL will take a different stance but from more a PR perspective, it helps him.
But the fact the NFL likely won't care about the circumstances is my reasoning behind my saying at this point, Elliott needs to start getting a lot smarter.
Just gonna have to get used to it with Zeke. He'll probably average 2-3 offseason incidents every year for the rest of his career. It's his lifestyle, he can't change it...in fact, I bet this will make him go even harder from now on!
When you play for America's Team, aggressors just come out the woodwork looking to beat up your fist with their faces.
Oh, they cared. They just didn't know.
You know those phones that everybody just can't live without anymore? They reveal everything on celebrities these days.
Once again. Regardless of the facts and regardless of the outcome, Zeke is entering his second NFL season and continues to be the guy in these situations. He's not learning anything, or he just doesn't care. He's living a lifestyle that often derails NFL stars, especially in this era.