What Washington Won’t Tell You About Why Josh Norman Wasn’t on Antonio Brown


I’ve been trying to hold off on posting this but I’ve just watched too many interviews about the greatness of Josh Norman and the Washington Racial Slurs for not putting him on Antonio Brown in the beat down the Racial Slurs took while taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Let me preface this by saying that I love Josh Norman as a player. He is confident and he gets the most out of his ability. We’ve seen him have a lot of success against some premier wide receivers and he holds his own in most instances. That being said, let me also remind you that Antonio Brown isn’t your average cut of the mill wide receiver.

Washington was maligned because they played Bashaud Breeland on Brown. Truth being told, Breeland gave them a much better chance on Brown than Josh Norman could have. Josh Norman can’t run with Antonio Brown. Breeland is faster and far more fluid than Norman and you have to believe the Washington coaching staff knew that as well.

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It’s Time To Hit The Road: Football On Deck


Football is back and I’m excited. This year is different as none of my teams really have a chance,┬ábut I am learning to deal with life after the golden era of my favorite teams. The past few years I’ve made my way to a minimum of 3 road games that the Dallas Cowboys play. One of those games is almost always played in the nations capital as we watch our beloved Cowboys take on the Washington Racial Slurs. This year, I elected not to go as the game will fall on the birthday weekend of my little princess.

If you know anything about me, nothing, (not even football) comes between me and the princess. I can’t wait until she cares enough about it to become my road dog for games but until then, I will continue to hit the road with my people who love the game as much as I do. Continue reading