Is every NFL fan who bets on John Groden lose his job before Wick Fungio loses his hand?
Groden has 102 more regular season wins than a Super Bowl ring and feng shui, but in my book, that’s not the most important difference between the two football coaches.
Uncle Wick is a good man. Coach? Not so much.
I will play for fungi in my heartbeat. During a disturbing series of emails discovered by the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, Groden revealed racism, homosexuality and misunderstandings in his heart that led him to coach the Las Vegas Riders. Resigned from the post.
“Relationships are important in this business, now I’m more than ever,” Fengyu said Thursday. Can bring streaks.
But if there’s one thing we’ve learned for the NFL during this sad week, it’s that virtue often has nothing to do with victory.
In a game where the big, self-important media burns the myths of big stars until they shine like the Vince Lombardi Trophy, there is a working class voice in the league’s coaching community compared to Fungio Grodon. Coach Chucky led Tampa Bay to the championship at the age of 39, served as ESPN’s central commentator on Monday night football for a decade, and coached the Raiders in 2018 to a 10-year-old, 100-year-old. Million dollar deal.
Groden won our respect. We were all so stupid. In the vulgar language of his emails, it is clear that Grodon has insulted everyone from NFLPA executive director Demours Smith to commissioner Roger Goodell, while gay players or female referees have been insulted. What is the crime of being involved in football?
If these ugly revelations don’t make you more angry than Colin Copernicus, who quietly protests racial injustice during the national anthem, then perhaps you should not only look hard in the mirror, but what prejudice can arise in your heart.
“I just think there’s no place in the world, let alone our league, for the ideas that were expressed and especially the words that were used to express those views,” Fengyu said this week. At first, Groden’s angry face commented. “My organization and I are definitely against it. It was a bad situation.”
The league needs good people like Fengyu and less of the attitudes that arise under the dark belly of the good old NFL network.
But now the Broncomaniacs have a week of raiding without a coach. That’s fine – the NFL works in mysterious ways. Isn’t it a strange coincidence that Sunday will be the time when the Broncos will finally place coach Mike Shanehan in the Ring of Fame?
No one disliked him more than Shane, whose beef was so bloodthirsty with El Davis that he once ordered the San Francisco quarterback to throw a football at the owner’s head during a warm-up before the game. Give And even better, at least as far as the Broncos Country is concerned: Shane had a 21-7 record against the terrible Roy Doha in his time in Denver.
With Mastermind at home, I would strongly advise Uncle Wick to defeat inactive raiders in complete chaos. Losing three in a row after a 3-0 start? Destroy thought That would be the definition of free fall.
“We have some good leaders, and everyone’s intentions are for the good of all. You just have to fight these times. It gets tough sometimes. Some doubts can creep in from different angles, but you have to We have to fight through, “said Fengyu.
If Denver loses to a Raiders team that has to struggle to name a new head coach, you can say goodbye to the Broncos as their season draws to a close. “We have to win this game,” said linebacker Van Miller.
Uncle Wick is a good man who was raised by his mother. Alice Fengio is a non-engineer who still watches her 63-year-old son do the right thing and treat people the right way.
But in the NFL, where the scoreboard is obsessed with touchdowns and field goals, virtue never counts as a victory.