Monday, November 13, 2006

Anything goes for the Titans, except on the field

In recent news, Tennessee defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth's suspension from the NFL ends Sunday after the Titans play the Baltimore Ravens. Word has it the Titans might not be ready to welcome him back. The NFL punished Haynesworth on Oct. 2 with the league's longest suspension ever for on-field behavior, a five-game suspension for swiping his right foot on the face of Dallas center Andre Gurode. You may recall from earlier in the month, Titans Pacman Jones and Robert Reynolds were welcomed back to the team without so much as a slap on the wrist for having abused some women.

Doing the math, apparently the Titans condone their players spitting on women and tossing them around, but they do not condone mishaps on the playing field. Does this organization have any morals? The only next logical step for this organization is to start calling their players 'slaves' and admiting their playbook from the early 2000's was actually blue prints of the World Trade Centers.


Anonymous said...

Quality post. Not so much a funny "haha" post, but there was still an inside laugh.

Keep up the good work!

Screaming Viking said...

More of a social commentary with a little bit of wit. The hypocricy floors me here.