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U mad, bro? Raiders fans clap back, Steelers accused of racial bias



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In "U Mad, Bro?" This week, suggestions of racism are levied against the Steelers. Charges of whining are wielded by Raiders fans. I've ever read.


Let's start with this jackwagon.

The only negative commentary on structure that is happening here is that of Twitter. Because it gives a "hot take" platform that is counter to any truth of the matter.

Lowball? Kevin Colbert gave the likes of Maurkice Pouncey and Stephon Tuitt.

Brown was the highest paid receiver in football when he signed his contract, and Bell would have had the highest paid running back Todd Gurley's extension.

Ryan Shazier on the roster even though they can not play it. Ramon Foster when they could let him walk Rooney Rule protocol to hire Mike Tomlin.

Yeah, how they gave Kordell Stewart the biggest contract in team history. What a bunch of racist jerks.


I could not help myself. Raiders-related headline from Sports Illustrated.

This Oakland fan calls me out for that.

Sour grapes?

Yeah. Probably. But how about Antonio Brown this week?

Are those sour grapes from him?

And as far as being "salty," gimme a break!


Bryan disagreed with my response to Emmanuel Sanders's story that Colbert disrespected him during contract negotiations back in 2014 by comparing him to Brown.

Well, that depends. Sanders said?

For Instance, you honestly believe in Colbert's office and demurely said, "Mr. Colbert, I can not sign this. But thanks for the offer. "

Then Colbert responded bluntly with" You're no Antonio Brown! "

I'm going to take it a lot less than that. My guess is, it's more like, "Hey, Kevin. You gave $ 16 million over the past two years to A.B. So I want more than that over three. "

And Colbert said," Well, we place a higher value on Antonio Brown. "

So maybe … just maybe … Sanders is recalling a different version of events for dramatic purposes .

Because it's convenient. Because everybody is piling on Colbert and the organization. Nobody was doing that in 2015. Everybody is doing it in 2019. So it's easy for Sanders to do so now.


In an email, Ed wanted to quibble with my recent articles on the NFL's proposed rules changes for overtime and replay.

" Good article. But your point scoring a TD then the next team scores a TD and then. Team A wins with a field goal. What happens if team B goes for 2?

And as to the saints whining about unfair non-penalties. Rams from kicking the tying field goal? "

Ed, to your second point, that's fine. But I'd ask you if you had the same sort of "suck it up and deal" reaction after the Steelers got screwed in games against the Saints and the Chargers by the officials.

Regarding the overtime thing, sure. A team can go for two. But when do you mandate going for two?


Like me, David, is irate over the kissy -face coverage of Le'Veon Bell from Sports Illustrated and ESPN's softball interview with Antonio Brown.

" Mr. Brown's screed and Mr. Bell's follow-on was just maddening to me. Mr. Brown appears deranged and Mr. Bell appears to be involved in an elaborate effort to explain – to himself and the world – why he's not an idiot.

Rather than exploring history, context or sub-text, your colleague in the national media has taken the path of least resistance: self-serving, self-deluded narrative

Which is to say, you did a good job where others failed. Hope your work gets some attention for it. "

I have nothing to add here. This is the greatest email in the history of the internet. Unlike Ben Roethlisberger, I may just invite David to my house.

Tim Benz is a Tribune review staff writer. You can contact Tim at tbenz@tribweb.com or via Twitter . All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to specification otherwise


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