T-Sizzle Makes Utterly Moronic Claim

In a recent television interview with ESPN’s Lisa Salter, Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Terrell Suggs, made a moronic statement alleging that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell conspired against the Ravens by engineering a power outage designed to rob Baltimore of their game leading momentum In last year’s Super Bowl.

Really?  Let’s file that claim with other “brilliant” statements such as, “Miley Cyrus is a good role model for kids.”  “The government shutdown won’t really happen.”  And “Amazon.com is ‘Mom and Pop’ company that’s sure to fail.”  T-Sizzle’s claim is as ridiculous as it is wrong.

Why would Commissioner Goodell want to risk the ratings drop that such a delay could create?   Why would he invite such embarrassment  on the NFL?  Why would he want to diminish the great story of Ray Lewis possibly winning a Super Bowl in his final season?  Why T-Sizzle, why?

I’m all for a good conspiracy theory but this one is really weak.  Better yet, it is so weak that it is utterly non-existent.  Suggs can play football and no one questions his on the field ability.  One has to be fairly smart and coachable to play football in a league where the playbook reads more like rocket science.  I’m sure that Terrell is an intelligent man, but c’mon T, this was not your brightest moment.

Mike Buckamneer

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