Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by NewsBot, Jul 18, 2017.
Honestly, there is a lot of truth here.
I guess there is just no right or wrong way to view this. It's just how a person thinks in there own brain. Arguing or having a discussion over text is just frustrating as it's hard to really say what you want to say. I am not trying to argue that Zeke is in the right by getting into fights, sexual assault, etc. I am arguing that he will never learn what's right without making these mistakes. We as fans have to understand that there will be immature guys in the NFL. Everyone matures differently. I really dont think TD, Haley, etc can really give advice to players now a days regarding this type of stuff. Back then you could get away with bar fights, drinking, smoking, fooling around with many women, etc without it ever being news. If Zeke played in the 90s or earlier this bar fight would never be news. Players/anybody got away with much much more back then.
I think they can give advice as well as others who have reached out to Zeke, that does not mean Zeke will heed their warnings. They do not want to see this young man flush his career down the drain nor do I. If I did not care I would not bother to comment on it. Fair or unfair these guys need to grow up before it is too late.
In the end maybe it will take getting suspended and losing big money for Zeke to get it I hope that is not the case
lol only in America do we hold our Pro Athletes to a higher standard than our politicians.
that is pretty sad.