Beyond the social issue....he’s a marginal two-star player who will likely be around for five years max, and might get fifteen starts over that period. The vast majority of guys coming into the NFL today...usually don’t get past their first contract. Other than writing a book over his experience, and maybe getting some Today Show permanent position gig by 2020...there’s not much to see here.
Beyond the social issue....hes a marginal two-star player who will likely be around for five years max, and might get fifteen starts over that period. The vast majority of guys coming into the NFL today...usually dont get past their first contract. Other than writing a book over his experience, and maybe getting some Today Show permanent position gig by 2020...theres not much to see here.
I almost wonder if the Rams didn’t have their arms twisted by the honchos of the NFL. It wouldn’t look good to leave the only openly gay player unpicked.
He'll be cut by the Rams and bounce around the developmental league for a while, but will probably never play in a regular season game. But that's not the point - the point is to get the homo agenda into the No Fag League and get us to accept it.
I agree. Sam is not a particularly good football player. Outside of the media hype about him being gay, there’s nothing at all special about him as a player.
In fact, I’d say were it not for the media hype, there would be a pretty good chance of Sam getting cut in training. He’s just not all that good, and isn’t likely to develop into anything more than that.
As it is, I think he’ll be almost guaranteed a spot on the roster, and possibly get more playing time than he warrants, simply for the PR angle or keep the gay activists at bay.
He wasn’t drafted for his playing ability. He was drafted as what has become known as a “two-fer”.
Some serious PC points there for the RAMS that will provide a PC shield for them.
And of course, there’ll be the obligatory TV movie.
Most of the public didn’t really care of the fact Sam is homosexual.. Most just regarded him as one of many hundreds of players hoping to get “the call” announcing they’d been drafted up.
The prime culprits are the “media” who relentlessly pushed the “you’d better cheer this on or you’re a homophobe” narrative. I for one didn’t care about his sexuality prior to Saturday, but his nationally televised (ugh) kiss to the “boyfriend” and his whining that he should’ve been drafted earlier tell me Michael Sam is either wittingly or unwittingly pushing an agenda that’s going to turn a lot of erstwhile fans off from pro sports.