Old alias known as FLASH
- Aug 28, 2008
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- beyond thunderdome
Everyone who's "heard something" seems to be following this narrative so the fire by the smoke seems to suggest that Mike was really in the wrong.I also heard from someone who was there and he said it was a sucker punch. People are undermining the severity of this. MT is in hot water with everyone involved in the Saints organization. You don’t blindside a teammate.
I hope you're right and it's not something that has been simmering for a while. He certainly did not look like himself in game one before the injury. I truly hope it's an isolated incident and not a sign of a larger locker room problem.Yeah, Underhill said something similar on his periscope today. It wasn’t like an altercation which began with some shoving and then tempers flared leading to a punch. This was unexpected.
With that said, I expect MT to learn from this. Taking a game away from someone as competitive as he is is a huge punishment. He’s not getting traded (we can’t afford the cap hit) and every one of his teammates will be on the staff’s side on this one.
Ok, that is right. Not a sucker punch I do recall the punch was unnecessary, more like cold cocked.Lets keep it straight. Bobby Portis did not sucker punch Mirotic. All reports say Mirotic started the whole thing and charged at Portis before he got what he apparently wanted.
I think some of this is the fight and some of this is not wanting to play Thomas this week. Practice fights and saying bad things, even towards asst coaches, are too common. Always have been.
Bingo! This is no conspiracy. What Mike did could have resulted in a crime.If I was sucker punched at work by a coworker I think I would have a hard time moving forward with that person. I might be able to put it aside for a time but payback would be coming. This is a bad situation. I mean that is a criminal charge.
I don’t know what you do for a living, but these players work in a business which welcomes acts that would typically lead to criminal charges if they weren’t on the field.If I was sucker punched at work by a coworker I think I would have a hard time moving forward with that person. I might be able to put it aside for a time but payback would be coming. This is a bad situation. I mean that is a criminal charge.
I kind of disagree. A sucker punch is a sucker punch.I don’t know what you do for a living, but these players work in a business which welcomes acts that would typically lead to criminal charges if they weren’t on the field.
A sucker punch is certainly crossing a line. But physical fights and altercations happen at practices all the time. Comparing it to a normal work environment doesn’t work.
let’s just say we should be happy that CGJ can play this game. Also, for the people that think CGJ is going to move past it, he isn’t. They stopped following each other on social media and everything. I know social media isn’t important, but it shows that they are not planning to become friends.I kind of disagree. A sucker punch is a sucker punch.
If they were shoving and pushing each other, and then started throwing hands, that's one thing. That's normal in a barbaric sport.
But the rumblings seem to suggest the incident was over and then Mike came and punched him unexpectedly. That has nothing to do with the sport. That's just some sucker behavior.
He definitely is. He had Tom Brady heated Week 1 lol. He made fun of Tarik Cohen's height last year which made Cohen mad.I'm beginning to think that CGJ is an agitator.
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