When you’ve dared to go on social media on Friday, you’ve got little doubt seen or heard about what Cleveland Browns defensive finish Myles Garrett did on Thursday Evening Soccer. For those who missed it, here is the total, terrifying sequence:
Yep, fairly dangerous. A suspension is coming, and it must be of the multiple-game selection. Extremely soiled play from a man who has change into fairly the soiled participant. Is it assault, as folks like Adam Schefter urged? Ehh, let’s pump the brakes on that one.
However in 2019, there isn’t any “pumping the brakes.” Individuals dive in headfirst and supply up probably the most scorching scorching takes proper from the leap. On Twitter, we have got people asking if Garrett must be charged with against the law and thrown in jail. Poor Tony in Westchester, who known as into the “Boomer & Gio” present to vent concerning the Garrett state of affairs, needed to actually combat again tears as he defined that Garrett may have “killed that quarterback final night time with that helmet.” Sure, this can be a actual factor that occurred:
WFAN callers are a uncommon breed. Superior job by Gio to proceed to bait Tony into extra ultra-dramatic soliloquies about having three children who play sports activities, as if that has something to do with an NFL defensive lineman swinging his helmet at an opposing participant. Boomer and Gio’s reactions have been priceless:
Poor Tony. How will he clarify this to his children, or, GASP, his grandkids? The place is the CLASS?!?!
The loopy factor is, this isn’t the primary time a grown grownup male has cried on the cellphone on WFAN. Keep in mind Jeff from the Jersey Shore?
What about Will from Queens?
Like I stated, WFAN callers are a uncommon breed.
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