Leave it to crazy commenters to get to the secret conspirator behind the Ezekiel Elliott back-and-forth: The utility companies!
Oh, my good gosh the abuse of power!
I have been instructed by editorial to apologize for that last joke. Please accept my apology in the form of frustratingly incomplete fantasy football questions:
My answer would simply be, “yes, unless”
DeShaun Watson was injured for season, this week. A tragic end to one of the most exciting rookie years in recent years. Unless you are so broken, you cannot get over Bill O’Brien’s bizarre decision to run the ball on 3rd and 4 late in Sunday’s lost to Seattle. In that case, you apparently wander into any comments section about DeShaun Watson and loosely, loosely extrapolate his injury to that bad decision. To wit:
Great logic there. You may not believe me, but you will once you calibrate that post against this one, from a Youtube of an aging Kurt Warner commenting on the Watson injury:
A truly hot take that opens my eyes to how bad a rookie who throws for 1,700 yards and 19 touchdowns in 8 games truly, truly sucks.
The hottest take of the week comes from CBSSports commenter MrBall1, who simultaneously advocates totally ignoring matchups when starting a quarterback and the common conventions of the English language.
Join me next week, when I’m sure everyone will have stopped being so crazy and flat-out wrong.
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