Remember when football players used to be able to trash talk without being flagged for micro aggressions or sulking like little girls? Here we have JJ Watt, “trash talking” after a big win…
“Our goal was to come in here and make the ‘Red Rifle’ look like a Red Ryder BB gun, and I think we did that.”
“Red Rifle” referring to Bengals QB Andy Dalton. JJ Watts just slighted him a bit, because “Red Ryder BB gun” is referring to a pretty popular movie reference, seen here:
Okay, so that was it. That was the “trash talk.” A football player called another football player a wimp by downgrading him from a rifle to a BB gun made sort of famous through a movie. That’s it. That’s the trash talk. But of course, a gun reference equals outrage brigade. Here’s the thing though…instead of SJWs, the outrage brigade against JJ Watt is being lead by Andy Dalton. A noted, soulless ginger, who got all hurty and upset and stuff because someone downgraded him to a smaller gun. This is all getting very freudian…
“There’s a lot of kids and a lot of people who look up to him,” Dalton said in his postgame news conference. “For him to make comments like that, he’s showing that’s acceptable to do that kind of stuff, to say that kind of stuff. It’s disappointing for one of the best players in this league to come out and say something like that. That’s all I’m going to say about that. I think J.J. is a good player, but for him to be one of the best in this league and to show that integrity, and to show that type of … it shows what he’s about, which is disappointing.”
Quick Andy, unbutton your pants and run a testicular diagnostic test. Namely, are they still there?
Okay, okay. But seriously, you call yourself a man, but instead of winning your games, you decide to whine about an inconsequential, non-profane dig? Good gawd, man. It’s football!
FOOTBALL! Professional victims in football? Is this really where we are as Americans? Seems like the only place to get trash talk these days is WOMEN’s MMA! Talk about a gender swap. The girls are out trash-talking the boys. What’s the world come to?