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The famed British author J.K. Rowling once said, “It is our choices… that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” The holistic health guru Deepak Chopra said it this way, “You and I are essentially infinite choice-makers. In every moment of our existence, we are in that field of all possibilities where we have access to an infinity of choices.”
Well…ole Rex Ryan found himself in that field of choice making this week when he had no other choice but to bench dull Mark Sanchez. In my opinion, he should have been benched 5 weeks into the season instead of waiting until they were completely dead in the water. Then this dun bypasses Tim Tebow and promotes Greg McElroy, the 3rd team Joe, to the starting position. This is the same clown that threw his teammates under the bus and backed over them at the end of the season last year.
"It's definitely not a fun place to be, I can assure you," McElroy said on Birmingham, Ala., radio station 97.3 The Zone. "It's the first time I've ever been around extremely selfish individuals. I think that's maybe the nature of the NFL, but there were people within our locker room that didn't care whether we won or lost as long as they ... had really had good games individually."
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Cats that have grown up in the hood understand one thing very clearly. Beef ain’t over until they say it’s over! Don’t think for one minute that out of that 53 man roster more than half of those cats didn’t grow up in the hood. So now the same dun that has been alienated by them all season is now their leader? Good luck with that bruh!
The Jets are already out of playoff contention and you make the team rat the starting quarterback? C’mon Rex you’ve gotta have more sense than that! I know you didn’t grow up in the hood but you’ve been coaching long enough to know how boyz think. I wouldn’t be surprised if they just let the other team abuse McElroy for a minute on GP just to teach him a lesson.
Everybody has choices to make and this dun made his last year. That team isn’t going to play for him or ever respect him again because he took family business to the street. See when you’re the 3rd string quarterback you’re never thinking that you could become the starter. So McElroy thought that he could chill on the bench for a few years collect a check and then go back to Alabama where life would be good. He could coach or work in an administrative position in the football program because he won a national title and live happily ever after. Now he still could do that but he’s got to deal with this demon right now.
At least Tebow is a man’s man and the fellas would rally around him because he’s got the “IT FACTOR” and no enemies. Now say what you will about him but he does win football games and you paid the dun $5 million to show up. So why bring him in if you aren’t going to use him at all? An old Chinese proverb says, “A wise man makes his own decisions, an ignorant man follows public opinion.” Well, that Asian never met Tim Tebow because Rex should have listened to public opinion, gone out in a blaze of fire and at least sold more tickets by playing Tebow if he isn't going to the playoffs anyway.
Like I said last year in the Hot Joint entitled, "The Firm," players don’t win titles, organizations do! Rex Ryan will be fired for the choices that he’s made and another clown that makes the same bad decisions will take over because it’s the J.E.T.S Jets, Jets, Jets and that's just how they get down bruh! SMH!
Holla At Ya Boy!
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