About The NFL footballers.
Story of what happen with me to know about The NFL footballers can do anything or how many thinks that i know about the NFL footballers.
Now, I remember when I was 5 years old and someone threw me in front of my house. I did not know what that meant, I just thought it was another way of wandering. Myself went into my house to show my mom my new wave and cracked upside down with a wooden spoon.
Ultimate Warrior, the list goes on.
I could see that the middle finger was a bad thing and he never removed anyone, in front of him anyway. As I grew up, WWF Wrestling was getting bigger and bigger; Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, Ultimate Warrior, the list goes on. I saw someone hit by a chair at one point it seemed to hurt but he backed away. So I said, “Let’s try this.” One of my friends hit me with a chair and the holy crap hurt like hell. Surprisingly, I found a weak child who I knew would hit me in the chair. I just thought how much pain I would feel if my strong friends were to help me.
As I got older, I realized that I could not imitate everything I saw on TV. We’re not talking about watching cartoons and saying if Wiley E. Coyote falls off a cliff and backsliding I can do it too. I knew those cartoons weren’t real and I knew I wasn’t stupid. I’m talking about watching movies and watching boys chase bikes and do tricks like racing cars for 150 miles an hour and then when the police arrive; they are so fast the police do not have a chance to arrest them. Now going back to the last few sentences, I made it clear that I am not a fool. I know that if I tried any of those tricks or tricks, I would commit suicide or end up in jail.
Some of these NFL athletes think they can.
So why in the green world of God do some of these NFL athletes think they can? If you are a professional soccer player does that mean you are above the law and can cheat to death? Those are the skills of great heroes if I remember correctly. Or is it because you can’t do wrong because you are not a “normal” Joe? I do not know because I am not a top athlete. Who knows what’s going on between these guys. Well, we have a few examples of what happened when NFL players watched movies and tried stunts:
Kellen Winslow Jr, TE, Cleveland Browns
Film: Torque, rotating stunt videos, etc …
If you wanted to know about the movie Torque, it is about motorcycle racing and tons and tons of special effects are used in it. I rode motorcycles and they exploded. Using a small amount of knowledge on the bike, I can still find that most movies have some realistic adventures. It was fun to watch but even those who were “not developed” by the computer I knew I had no chance of hell even getting close to doing it. Also, I am not a fool. So as Joe is called “the middle”, why would a talented and wealthy and athletic man like Winslow believe he could? Am I calling him stupid? Not at all.
One reason and that plays football so why would you do something?
I wonder why he thinks he can do it? He was in the parking lot trying to do tricks and ended up hitting his bike and injuring his knee and he will be out for a year. Why not even try on those hats? It doesn’t make sense. You make millions of dollars for one reason and that plays football so why would you do something that could jeopardize your career? Leave stunts to trained men.
Quintin Williams, DB, Miami Dolphins
Film: Fast and the Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious
Video Games: Need for Speed, Night Club, Juice, etc …
Now when it comes to car racing, not only can you watch movies, there are also video games to play. They are all based on the same basic concept; race cars to make money and stay away from the police. Have I ever run on the road before? No. Have I ever driven a car at high speed before? However, who did not. What I am trying to find here is that there is a difference between driving your car too fast and racing on the road. Both are dangerous but there is an additional danger in road races. Have I played the video games mentioned above? Yes I have and I will never admit that I have one of them. I play with them and yes I have a kick-off car that can accelerate over 200mph. And, I know I’m not stupid.
NFL footballers can do anything that happens all the time.
I understand that video games and real life do not compare. I know what I can do in video games that I can do in real life. But not for Quintin Williams because he is a football player. He was caught running on the road last week at Dolphin Stadium at a speed of 110mph. I repeat, I call him stupid? No, but I’ll call him stupid because he was drunk running on the street. I will admit that I drove my tricky Porsche drunk but also had the luxury of my home playing video games. Williams was doing something that could have cost him his life or someone else’s life because he was running on the street and drunk. He was a professional footballer who made millions but no more than a day after his arrest, the Dolphins released him.
The belief that NFL footballers can do anything that happens all the time. As long as it is not compatible with movies and video games. It goes beyond that with drugs and beatings and jail time and much more. Sometimes it gets a little weird and these days we see more sports people in the news for bad acts off the field than good sports on the field. Both Winslow and Williams’ stories have negative connotations that prove that it does not matter if Joe is “middle” or a footballer in the NFL, what you see on TV does not stay with you. There is a reason why the shows put the “Do Not Try This At Home” stamp at the beginning of their shows. No matter who you are or what you do, stick to what you know and don’t be stupid!
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