We've seen it in Dallas, but it's not limited to that Metropolis. Yes, it's called public blame shifting and many of today's young modern athletes are good for revealing their lack of class.
Of course, I don't want to lump them all together because for every JuJo and Spears, there's a J-Dub and Canty.
But now, the starting Windy City QB - the much-maligned Hex Grossman -- has thrown a verbal pass and his target is current Cowboys' assistant Wade Wilson.
In a recent Sporting News article reporting on Grossman's so-called improvement -- and relationship with new QB coach Pep Hamilton -- the Hexed One decides to absolve himself of his NFL failures and shortcomings... while going after Dallas' quarterback coach.
Um, did Wilson throw ill-advised passes when unpressured in the pocket? Did WW fumble the ball to the opposing team when not a single D-lineman was yards near him?
I understand how frustrated Grossman could be, but putting the blame on an ex-coach -- knowing that it'll reported by the media -- shows a lack of class and a total need for maturity.
Read the link below for the rest of the article...
And by the way, when our Beloved Boyz play them in Week 3, I hope the D destroys Hexy.
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