Once again, this is another article from my site http://victoriusvikes.webs.com/. This is my opinion on the Sharper vs. Shaincoe fued.
NOTE- This article was made before Shaincoe created Osama Bin Sharper
Personally I think Sharper is an *** and should remember that he hasn't even been signed by a team this offseason! Your betting that the guy who is 3rd in the league in touchdown receptions the last 3 years won't have 3 catches or even a touchdown. If the NFL is becoming 'cleaner' then why do they allow a player to say that they will intentionally hurt another player? Doesn't that stain the NFL's crystal clear shield?
It's really this type of stuff that makes me want the Vikings to teach the Saints a lesson next season. It's these types of players and coaches that make me want to scream. I really think Drew Brees is a nice guy, but as far as I see it, he's the only nice guy on that team.
I'm not whining about the game. That's history now, dirty or not we committed too many turnovers to win that game. What I don't like about this is that it tarnishes how people view the sport. Why aren't there any nice guys in the sports anymore. Who's going to be the 2nd coming of Derek Jeter? Charles Barkley once said that he shouldn't be a role model for kids and that's absolutely true. Gone are the days where athletes can be role models. Just look at Big Ben.
Sharper deserves a fine and Roger Goodell needs to get his act straight. When you have publically annouced that you are going to be extremely strict to protect the NFL shield, how can you not fine Sharper? How can Darnell Dockett not get fined for filming himself showering? I love Chad Ochocinco but are some of his antics really appropriate? What about Dwayne Bowes comments?
Do you really want a nice short summary of how sports has changed these past few decades? Think about all the kids and teenagers that looked up to Tiger Woods.
What do you think of sports these past few decades? Do you agree with me or think I'm taking this a bit too seriously? How doyou think sports will look over the next decade?