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(ESPN)   Marshawn Lynch fulfills his Media Day obligations by saying he has nothing to say   (espn.go.com) divider line 58
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2014-01-29 12:26:09 PM  
For f*cksake, they're out there asking Heath Farwell if he plans on having sex on gameday and they wonder why Lynch might think this whole thing is a slight waste of his time. Get over yourselves.
 
2014-01-29 12:49:19 PM  

Shame Us: For f*cksake, they're out there asking Heath Farwell if he plans on having sex on gameday and they wonder why Lynch might think this whole thing is a slight waste of his time. Get over yourselves.


The Sherman "stripper question" was also pretty ridiculous

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2014-01-29 12:56:26 PM  

Primitive Screwhead: The Sherman "stripper question" was also pretty ridiculous


You guys have seen the super bowl before, right? They've been doing the same shiat since Nixon was in office.
 
2014-01-29 01:14:56 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Primitive Screwhead: The Sherman "stripper question" was also pretty ridiculous

You guys have seen the super bowl before, right? They've been doing the same shiat since Nixon was in office.


Oh yeah. I just found it funny that the PFWA has decided that not answering ridiculous bullshiat questions should be worthy of league-mandated punishment. If you want to essentially force people to answer questions on media day, step your game up and make it worthwhile. Until you idiots can manage to stay on-point, STFU about the players who accurately peg this crap as a total waste of time.
 
2014-01-29 01:21:57 PM  
Wow these folks can whine. Unless a player is going to use these clowns to market themselves, what is in it for the players to ever speak with them? Actually answering questions can only lead to trouble.
 
2014-01-29 01:29:05 PM  

Shame Us: Oh yeah. I just found it funny that the PFWA has decided that not answering ridiculous bullshiat questions should be worthy of league-mandated punishment. If you want to essentially force people to answer questions on media day, step your game up and make it worthwhile. Until you idiots can manage to stay on-point, STFU about the players who accurately peg this crap as a total waste of time.


Everyone has a fair point here. As a player I'd get terribly tired of it. But I understand sportswriters trying to protect their turf as well - it's a pretty cutthroat business itself. Sometimes the best questions come from the non-sports reporters.
 
2014-01-29 01:33:14 PM  

feanorn: Wow these folks can whine. Unless a player is going to use these clowns to market themselves, what is in it for the players to ever speak with them?


We're kind of all focusing on one guy here who doesn't want the attention. But lots of the guysenjoy media day - the forty or so guys who rarely get much press attention actually like it when reporters seem interested in them for a change. Media day is certainly not all bad for the players.
 
2014-01-29 07:55:11 PM  

Shame Us: Until you idiots can manage to stay on-point, STFU about the players who accurately peg this crap as a total waste of time.



It's not a waste of time.  It's "Under the Helmet" for the millions of Catholics who only go to church on Christmasfootball fans who only watch on Super Bowl Sunday.  A little something called "marketing".

Get the casual football fan invested in the outcome.  "Oh, I like that guy, I hope his team wins."  Or, "Oh, I hate that Sherman guy, I hope Seattle gets wiped out by a meteor."
 
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