Three NFL players were arrested last week. That’s a lot for Roger Goodell to ignore, while NFL helmets and end zones continue to tell viewers that they’re the ones who need to improve their evil social ways.
Browns defensive tackle Malik McDowell was arrested for a naked romp followed by an attack on police, forcing a lockdown at a nearby school. Brown has an extensive rap sheet — once serving 66 days — starting as a student-athlete at Michigan State.
But Goodell’s helmets suggest that viewers “Inspire Change.” As opposed to whom? Goodell?
That near riot in Monday’s Cardinals-Rams — Rams star Aaron Donald trying to choke an opponent—- was fought among players wearing “Stop Hate” messaging. But Goodell apparently missed it. What a complete con — on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
This is what Roger Goodell thinks NFL audiences, of all ages, are worth on a Super Bowl Sunday. These acts are far beneath him as he has already admitted that he can’t repeat what Snoop Dogg raps. But he feels as if Snoop Dogg is perfect for you and yours — and professional football.
By Phil Mushnick January 29, 2022 6:58pm
Last Saturday, during CBS’s telecast of the Titans-Bengals playoff game, a commercial for Corona beer aired, starring Snoop Dogg, who, despite countless arrests for guns and drugs, has become a must-have to endorse products.
And as I watched that Corona ad, I got to thinking about Snoop Dogg’s violently anti-police, pro-crime vile and vulgar “artistry,” mindful that Roger Goodell appointed and anointed Snoop Dogg the headliner at this year’s Super Bowl halftime.Continue reading