Flava’ in your ear

Flava’ in your ear

By Tophatal

If there was one thing that week twelve in the NFL taught us , it is to at times expect the unexpected and then , not to. Not one to be truly surprised , I witnessed the New England Patriots simply destroy their divisional rivals the New York Jets , with consummate ease . If Rex Ryan truly wishes to secure his long-term future with the franchise , then the continued use of Mark Sanchez at the quarterback position , is clearly not the answer . Granted , the team’s issues go way beyond the inconsistency of the three-year starter, as the entire roster just happens to be a mess !

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Either , the Jets’ head coach has become delusional , or his implicit faith shown in Mark Sanchez continues to cloud his judgment . That being said, the alternatives to Sanchez are not that much better , as neither Tim Tebow or Greg McElroy have shown that they possess the mindset to lead this team with any degree of competency or certainty . Week thirteen , and the Jets will play host to the equally abysmal Arizona Cardinals, in a game to be played at MetLife Stadium , in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Suffice to say , that with both teams now seeing their respective seasons descend into an abyss of mediocrity , it should prove to be a godsend for the odds-makers in Vegas and the erstwhile fantasy geeks out there looking for an under-appreciated fantasy stud to put up some numbers.

Having railed of four consecutive victories before hosting the Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium , in Tampa, Florida, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had been one of the “hottest teams “ in the NFL . In a game that was filled with errors from both ball-clubs, it would be the Falcons who prevailed , maintaining their record (10-1) as the “ best team “ in the NFL . Missed opportunities by Greg Schiano’s players once again simply summed up the Buccaneers , and their season , thus far . And the very fact that they still remain a wildcard berth contender for the playoffs , is just as bewildering , but that has summed up the NFL season in 2012.

Now if there is a Buccaneers’ fan who can explain to me succinctly, why it is that the fans are not willing to come out in droves, to support this team , when they are vying for contention within the division . Then, I would like to hear their explanation , as to why this premise remains a constant for this organization . The Buccaneers’ home venue was not filled to capacity for this game , and that speaks volumes as to one of the many impediments that the franchise faces . Schiano has built a “ competent “ and competitive team , but yet the voices to be heard in a crowd at the stadium, are like that of silence , within a church vestibule .

Is it worthwhile continuing to lambast the Oakland Raiders ? Off-season changes , asides , there seems to be no improvement in this team from their woeful experiences of 2011 . And from an NFL Draft standpoint , this organization has not had a major triumph at that level in several years. This year has been no different , and it would appear that general manager Reggie McKenzie and team owner , Mark Davis , are seemingly out of their depth in the day-to-day-running of this franchise .

At 3-8 within the AFC West , with only the pitiful Kansas City Chiefs (1-10) , beneath them , it is hard to see things getting any better for the Raiders over the remainder of their season schedule. I firmly believe that head coach , Dennis Allen is imperiled in his current position , and that by season’s end , he could very well be shown the door ! As to this idiocy that the front office promoted Allen , rather than see him go elsewhere . Well that scenario speaks volumes Davis’ and McKenzie’s understanding of the issues at the time . It was not Hu Jackson’s fault that the team failed in the way that they had done. And as Allen’s predecessor, Jackson actually had the Raiders playing as a team. Can such a case be made for any of the games during 2012 , in which the Raiders are said to have turned up to play ? This team lacks conviction , has lost focus , and they simply do not possess a vocal leader of any sort on the entire roster .

Carson Palmer , the team’s quarterback , acquired to bring some semblance of consistent play to the Raiders’ offensive unit , has been anything but that during the season. If nothing else, it has simply magnified the franchise’s willingness to undertake any sorry-assed image makeover , even when it involves a player that if anything , can be best described as overrated ! Sunday afternoon, Palmer faced his old team , the Cincinnati Bengals , in an AFC conference game . I believe that we can all agree that the end result , a rather lopsided 34-10 victory for Andy Dalton and the Bengals, summed up where the Raiders presently are, in their aspirations, and where they desire to be . As to how the Raiders’ fans might now view this loss, that perhaps could be best explained , if there was one to found who’d be willing to speak publicly about the woes of the team and franchise as a whole . They tend to congregate en-masse at the O. Coliseum (Oakland-Alameda County Stadium) for home games , only to disappear , like a bear in hibernation , during winter , when things have not gone right for the organization .

They say “age is nothing but a number” , but to my mind when “Father Time” catches up with you physically , then it’s time to sit your ass down ! It may well have been the only option available to Mike Tomlin at the time , to have Methuselah , himself, in the “guise “ of Charlie Batch , start for the injured Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich . Granted, Batch is a serviceable veteran whose presence in the NFL has been well established , since 1998 , when he was drafted in the second round by the Detroit Lions. Batch’s career has been filled with some highlights and career lows , but in recent years , apart from being a backup to Roethlisberger and Leftwich on the Steelers’ roster , the player has been primarily known as an executive committee member of the NFLPA (Players’ Union).

Batch was entrusted on Sunday , to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers when they faced divisional rivals , the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium , in Cleveland , Ohio. Unfortunately, for the veteran quarterback , his performance and that of his teammates , left a great deal to be desired , as the Steelers succumbed to their nemesis, 20-14.
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I’ll say this for the New Orleans Saints , were it not for the charade of the “Bounty Scandal”, and the half-assed way it has been haphazardly handled by the NFL hierarchy , led by Roger Goodell. Then I sincerely doubt , that the ongoing subterfuge and plotline would have been sustained this long ! Take it from me , Goodell , simply is not intelligent enough to have dealt with this episode , where it could have been resolved to everyone’s satisfaction . Yet there are those who would suggest that the commissioner’s handling has been appropriate . How so , when Goodell preaches “ the rule of law” , but simply does not follow the laws of jurisprudence . So I ask once again, is there an ounce of goddamn intelligence to be found within the NFL hierarchy, while Roger Goodell presides over the NFL ?

With regard to the Saints’ , the team of late , had been playing with a great deal of resolve , after a horrendous start to the season. Coming into Sunday’s game , the team stood at 5-5 , and looking to become a part of the playoff picture within the NFC . Playing at home , in the cavernous Mercedes-Benz Superdome , in New Orleans, Louisiana , the Drew Brees’ led team entertained the San Francisco 49ers , who had Colin Kaepernick , replacing the injured Alex Smith at the quarterback position. Advantage Saints ? You might well have thought so , given that this was Kaepernick’s first regular season start in the NFL .

What the nation was “ privileged “ to witness was a rookie quarterback , in Colin Kaepernick , after a few errant blunders , settle down , to lead the Forty Niners , to what in the end , was a comfortable victory (31-21) for the NFC West leading , San Francisco 49ers. Truth be told, another loss for the Saints over the remainder of their schedule and the team is likely to miss out on the postseason . Given what is at stake, in the aftermath of the ongoing idiocy , much of it of the Saints’ own making and I believe that , this would the most welcomed outcome amongst the vast majority of football fans around the NFL !

In what, on paper should have been a highly entertaining game turned out to be an event for Eli Manning to further exhibit why he now might just be most efficient manager of a game when a team is need of a score . The New York Giants hosted Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers . Tom Coughlin’s players had made recent slip-ups , and the thinking was that this match-up against the Packers could very well be the defining moment of the Giants’ schedule. Indeed , it was , as Rodgers and his teammates fell apart in this game , as somehow they allowed the Giants to get back into this conference match-up. The 31-10 defeat inflicted upon the Green Bay Packers , was the team’s worst loss of the season . Now it , has many scurrying around for reasons behind the defeat , and how things could have gone so horribly wrong .

The loss pushes the Green Bay Packers’ mark to 7-4, a game behind the NFC North leading Chicago Bears (8-3) . Eli Manning and the New York Giants (7-4) have a handy two-game lead over their closest rivals , the Washington Redskins (5-6) and Dallas Cowboys(5-6) , who share the same mark within the NFC East. As to what this now says, about the quite dire situation now facing the Redskins and Cowboys , as they each chase a wildcard berth within the NFC , now remains to be seen.

Say it isn’t so ? Are the Kansas City Chiefs intent on “tanking their season” , in order to afford themselves the top pick in the 2013 NFL Draft ? That is either is case , or Romeo Crennel , his coaching staff and the front office are putting on a vain attempt , in trying to create the perception that this team just happens to be competitive .

When a franchise is 1-10, is there really an upside as to the prospects for that team over the remainder of the season ? And try as one might to take away some positives as to the ineptitude shown by the Chiefs , there is simply nothing that one could rest one’s laurels on ! GM Scott Pioli , and Romeo Crennell , are likely to be shown the door , that is unless team President & COO Clark Hunt believes that there is a chance that the franchise could indeed benefit by having that number one overall pick from the 2013 NFL Draft. There are, a compendium of issues that need to be addressed by the organization , and most of all , it starts with a quarterback that is certainly capable of getting the job done. That clearly not the case , given the abject failure and performances of both Matt Cassel and Brady Quinn, over the course of this season.

On Sunday the Kansas City Chiefs did themselves no favors in their cause, to avert the wrath of their long-suffering fans , as they fell to their eighth consecutive loss , in a 17-9 home defeat at the hands of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

Week thirteen, and the Chiefs will entertain the Carolina Panthers at Arrowhead Stadium , in Kansas City, Missouri , in what will be seen as , a do-or-die game for both teams. The Panther , this season , have their own struggles , with a moribund defense , and a less than enthusiastic quarterback , in Cam Newton , who has seen fit to throw his teammates repeatedly under the bus , at every opportunity available , over the course of the season , as the losses have mounted up for the team. And Newton has done himself no favors with his petulant and immature behavior during the Panthers’ post-game conferences and the conducted interviews with the convened press. It begs the question , will the organization continue to ride on the coattails of an individual , in who, they have invested millions of dollars , if he continues to disrespect the franchise , its fans and the public in general ?

The NFL season now enters , its final four games of the regular season schedule , and for a number of teams , there is said to be a “ great deal on the line” . Post season aspirations being what they are , it would now be fair to say , that we know whom amongst the franchises are “ pretenders” and which are definitely “credible contenders” . With records being what they are however, I must admit , that I don’t believe that there has been one truly dominant franchise over the course of 2012 !

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What to your mind has been the biggest disappointment this NFL season , beyond the initial lockout of the referees , and the ongoing saga concerning the New Orleans Saints ? Simply chime in with a comment as you see fit , on this and anything else you believe to be pertinent to the subject matter .

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(1)New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan reacts after quarterback Mark Sanchez fumbled and New England Patriots’ Steve Gregory returned it for a touchdown during the first half of an NFL football game on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Patriots would go on to defeat the Jets 49-19 in their divisional match-up this season . AP Photo/Bill Kostroun …

(2) New England Patriots strong safety Steve Gregory (28) is tackled by New York Jets running back Bilal Powell (29) after intercepting a pass during the first half of an NFL football game on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, in East Rutherford, N.J. AP Photo/Bill Kostroun … (3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) throws a pass as he is pressured by Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Corey Peters (91) during the first quarter of an NFL football game , Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Tampa, Fla. AP Photo/Reinhold Matay …..

(4) Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen , right, greets Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis after the Bengals’ 34-10 win in an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Cincinnati. AP Photo/Tom Uhlman ….

(5) Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) passes as guard Clint Boling (65) blocks Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Tommy Kelly (93) in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Cincinnati. AP Photo/David Kohl ….

(6) Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer (3) hugs Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) after the Bengals defeated the Raiders 34-10 in an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Cincinnati. Palmer’s tenure with the Raiders so far can be best described as sporadic , for a team and organization that seems to have lost its identity and direction . AP Photo/David Kohl …..

(7) Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch (16) congratulates running back Chris Rainey after Rainey’s ——- 1-yard touchdown run against the Cleveland Browns in the second quarter of an NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Cleveland. AP Photo/Ron Schwane …..

(8) San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) celebrates his rushing touchdown in the first half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012.The 49ers won 31-21 . In what appears to be something of a budding quarterback controversy , it now looks as if Niners’ head coach Jim Harbaugh , will insert Kaepernick into the starting quarterback’s position role , thereby replacing Alex Smith . As to how this will be viewed by the Niners’ number one overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft , and the subsequent fact, that during the off-season the Niners’ front office pursued , then, free agent , Peyton Manning , might not sit well , with the now under-appreciated Smith. Kaepernick has started , a mere two games professionally in the NFL , but he is now seen as the Niners’ best option offensively, in terms of winning the subsequent games remaining on the team’s schedule . AP Photo/Bill Feig ….

(9) Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) talks with Kansas City Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel following an NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. The Broncos defeated the Chiefs 17-9 . Clark Hunt , team owner ,President & COO , may well seek to replace his beleaguered head coach and general manager , Scott Pioli , in light of the Chiefs’ disastrous 2012 season , which sees the franchise with the worst record in the NFL . AP Photo/Ed Zurga…

(10) Kansas City Chiefs running back Shaun Draughn (20) is tackled by Denver Broncos strong safety Mike Adams , right, during the first half of an NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel …..

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Author: tophatal ...........

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20 thoughts on “Flava’ in your ear”

  1. If Rex Ryan were to kiss his own a#s , it would smile back :), 🙂 , 😉 at him for being such a pompous idiot !

    “I wake up each morning and I am thankful to be in a such a privileged position as the head coach of the New York Jets ” ! Rex Ryan

    What others might view as mediocrity this season is simply a reflection of Ryan’s personality as a head coach .

    Raiders’ owner , Mark Davis (background) , and GM Reggie McKenzie

    Further ruining a franchise , successfully , one day at a time , as only they can .

    “Yes ,I do know the name of my seven previous predecessors , do you want me to name them alphabetically” ? Raiders’ head coach Dennis Allen

    Why do I get the feeling that Raiders’ head coach , Dennis Allen’s days are numbered in Oakland !

    It’s not that Mark Davis and Reggie McKenzie of the Raiders , have character flaws , it’s simply that the Raiders have no character , common sense or creativity , both on and off the field of play . Another season of desperation , infamy and downright mediocrity . Yet the apathy of their fans , actually finds that bull$hit acceptable without ever really showing indifference or being critical of the organization . Pretty much sums up the Raiders’ fans in general .

    “Colin , forget about what coach Harbaugh says, let’s play rock , paper scissors , the best of , two out of three , and whoever wins , gets the starting quarterback position on the team . ” Alex Smith (11) speaking with teammate Colin Kaepernick

    “Hey Aaron , ‘ discount double check ‘ , cause I got yours right here , you’re my bitch now , no heartfeelings eh ” ? Eli Manning and the congratulatory handshake after the Giants ‘ bitch slapped ‘ the Packers 38-10 , this past Sunday .

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  2. I doubt any of the Jet’s QB’s will be there next year, but who knows, maybe Rex Ryan sees Sanchez as the new Tom Brady :).

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    1. jumpingpolarbear

      Rex Ryan not only wishes he had Tom Brady as the Jets’ quarterback , he wished he had Brady’s lifestyle . Ryan and that Jets’ coaching staff , are lucky that there’s so much goddamn apathy being shown by those dumb a#s Jets fans to begin with . Not exactly the brightest set of homo-sapiens walking on the face of the planet , but they might well be the most obnoxious , next to the Raiders’ fans of Raider-Nation .

      Tophatal …………

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  3. There’s been no dominant team so far this year, Al, but the Falcons and Texans have been pretty good.

    Oh, and what? You didn’t feel like including Peyton Manning on your MVP list? His chance is as good as anyone’s.

    Bucs playoff hopes are still alive but they’re gonna have a tough one in Denver this weekend.

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    1. Chris Humpherys (@SportsChump)

      Not wanting to disrespect Peyton but the guy already has 4 league MVP awards on his mantlepiece . One more win , will it , do him any harm , or good for that matter ? LOL,LOL,LOL !!! Look I’ll include him , just to make you happy , along with pictures of Sofia Vergara and Denise Milani , just to soothe what ails you .

      A truly wonderful picture of Vergara !

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      Denise Milani

      Tophatal ……………

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    2. Chris Humpherys (@SportsChump)

      Off course there have been no truly dominant teams in the NFL this season , The results have reflected that , and don’t take too much in terms of the divisional , conference or league standings .

      If anything in terms of a game has proven that this season , then the Giants’ demolition of the Packers 38-10 , should be enough of an indicator as to who the best team in the NFL just happens to be . The Falcons at 10-1 would have a hard time keeping up with the Giants on both sides of the ball .

      Tophatal ……….

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  4. Chris Humpherys

    The Bucs are going into Denver to play against a ” red hot ” Broncos’ team . I’m not holding out any hopes for Schiano and the boys . I get the feeling that Peyton wants to add to that touchdown tally of his < , as he inches closer to surpassing Favre’s career and the NFL all time career passing mark for touchdowns .

    You’re right , there’s still a great deal to play for , with their being so many teams in the wildcard hunt for a playoff berth .

    Gianna Michaels says she “loves the feel of meat “ . I wonder why ?

    Tophatal …………..

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  5. I agree with your assessments for the most part. And, I did give the nod to the Saints vs. the Kaepernick-led 49ers. I think Colin did a good job, but remember it was Brees who threw two “TD passes” to the Niners via pick-sixes! Still the kid is doing a pretty good job so far…

    The Jets, Chiefs, Chargers, Panthers, Radiers, Eagles, and Jags just to name a couple of teams are completely destroyed! There will be a lot of changes forthcoming in these and other cities. As for the likes of the Colts and Bengals, they may be more relevant in the weeks to come.

    Good post, my friend!

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    1. Steven Jeffries

      This upcoming game , between two of the better performing teams in the NFC in terms of offense could come to down to who has the least turnovers and the the “TOP” (time of possession) . So Brees had better have a game where he’s extremely efficient in his passing or the Niners’ defense will capitalize on his mistakes .

      With regard to where you disagree with some of my points , detail them to me , so that we might discuss and debate them further . Isn’t that what a healthy discussion should be all about ?

      Tophatal ……….

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      1. Agreed for the most part. Bowe from KC is on a “most likely to be traded” list of NFL players my wife found last night online. He’s supposed to be their franchise receiver…

        Rivers’ numbers are always better than he is because he throws the ball away at the first sign of a pocket collapsing. If he does get hit while throwing, he fumbles. Very over-rated QB!

        The Jets need to be put out a “garage sale!”

        I hope Andy Reid get a good break with where ever he may go. By the way, Vick was on that same list of possible NFL trades…

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            1. Steven Jeffries

              Scott Pioli was brought in , by the Chiefs , because of his success with the Patriots . Obviously the move has shown that , Pioli, needed Belichick more , than the Pats’ head coach needed his former general manager and right-hand man.

              Since his ascent to the Chiefs hierarchy , to the near the top ” of the food chain” as general manager , Pioli has whiffed and blundered repeatedly in terms of the draft and his free agency acquisitions .

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  6. Personally the biggest disappointment of the season was the loss of the Bucs two pro bowl offensive linemen Carl Nicks and Davin Joseph. It is becoming apparent to me that the offense is the strength of this team and the loss of such high caliber players could be the difference between making the playoffs and not. On the bright side I expect the Bucs to be very strong contenders next season. Cheers!

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    1. aero

      The Buccaneers have been surprisingly resilient this season , in comparison to years past , when you could never be sure whether or not the team could hold unto a lead much less come from behind to win a game . All of that has changed in 2012 , with Freeman proving to have more of a command , in terms of his all round game . And the offense in terms of rushing and passing has truly been productive . All of the credit has to go to Schiano and his staff .

      The Bucs’ head coach , I doubted earlier in the season because of his antics and certain statements directly attributed to him . In recent weeks , I’ve found a healthy respect for Greg Schiano ! As to whether or not , he can lead this team deep into the postseason , remains to be seen . It will however, be very interesting to see what they’re capable of doing , should that scenario actually arise .

      There’s no denying that injuries can wreak havoc on any team , which we have seen ruin the chances of franchises this season and in years’ past .

      NFL team injuries

      Latest news on the Bucs .

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    2. aero

      If the Bucs can get through the remainder of their schedule going 3-1 , which I believes that they are quite capable of doing ! Then a wildcard berth is definitely within their grasp , and a perhaps a great deal more . It’s as I alluded to , in an earlier comment , there has not been a truly dominant team in the NFL this season . They have been far too inconsistent , and that is with due deference to both the Falcons and Texans , in spite of their respective records .

      Tophatal …………

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  7. Chiefs’ defensive Jovan Belcher player commits suicide in front of head coach , Romeo Crennel , and GM , Scott Pioli at Arrowhead Stadium .

    prior to this act , Belcher killed his twenty-two year old girlfriend , leaving behind their eighteen month old daughter without both parents . A cowardly and gutless act by the player , but what might be even more inexplicable is the NFL’s decision to proceed ahead with today’s game , in light of this action . Where’s the compassion and humility within the NFL hierarchy ?

    Belcher inset with a picture of himself , his girlfriend and baby daughter .

    A distinct and cowardly act , in the murder of his girlfriend by Jovan Belcher , anyone who tries to suggest different is simply an a#s !

    Courtesy of USA Today

    Jovan Belcher’s actions confound high school coach

    2:42AM EST December 2. 2012 – By Saturday evening, Al Ritacco remained bewildered at his home on Long Island, N.Y.

    What happened to Jovan Belcher to make him so unhappy, so angry … so desperate?

    MORE: College teammates reflect on Belcher

    BELCHER: Friend saw player in happy relationship

    To Ritacco, Belcher was a man who loved football, family and friends. He was upbeat, respectful and inspirational. He had defied the odds and fulfilled his dream of playing in the National Football League.

    “Those who didn’t know him can never fathom what kind of person he really was,” Ritacco, his former high school coach at West Babylon, told USA TODAY Sports. “How this all came about we’ll never know, I guess. But that is not the Jovan I know. I would tell you that on a stack of Bibles.”

    Suddenly, at 25, Belcher was dead.

    REACTION: Players respond to shooting

    Earlier Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs linebacker shot to death his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, 22, the mother of their 2-month-old daughter Zoey. The news was stunning, particularly for a coach who had known Belcher since he was a young teen.

    “He was a great kid — this is out of character,” Ritacco said. “I find this very hard to comprehend. As a teacher, I’ve seen kids who were troubled. But (not) this guy. He was an outstanding individual, a kid I looked up to.

    “If he had a negative side, I never saw it. He was a positive kid — determined to make something (of his life). I didn’t see a hard-nosed kid who had a chip on his shoulder. . . . When he was here (Nov. 20 for homecoming), he (had become) a father and he was beaming about that.”

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    As to Belcher’s actions . nothing more than the act of a coward to take the mother of his child’s life . Take his own and let it be that , because it’s obvious that he lacked the maturity to be a responsible parent , loving partner and a human being .

    Tophatal ……..

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    P.S Sorry for being off-topic but I had to ask!

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