10.9.14 @ 6:16p
It feels a bit reassuring that I can accuse people of wrongdoing without any evidence. When Adrian Petersen came back from an ACL tear injury at the end of the 2011 season and came back the following season to almost break Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record, I was a little suspicious. While watching Adrian explain that he didn’t take HGH when rehabbing his knee back to health I had a couple of thoughts about what he was telling us. I thought to myself Rafael Palmeiro seemed sincere to Congress as did his finger. Ryan Braun looked very good on camera with his hair brushed and also came across as very serious and earnestly tried to clear up his name, and attacked someone (the piss handler/tester) so vigorously, publicly, that I feel he can never recover from and earn back our trust. Hopefully bye bye Hall for him.
Adrian had a nice smile and shrugs while saying “It’s a complement in a way mein (man) because in the end of the day, it’s all the work I put in.” Hardly convincing and especially after the debacle he is in now with his child abuse case. I just got done watching Olbermann report how he told the drug tester while pissing in a cup that he smoke weed earlier, breaking one of the rules and conditions of his bond. $15,000 is not too much for him, but for me six children with six different women, (and I’m sure the numbers will keep on growing) is way too much for me. This man is reckless and dangerous in more ways than one and I hope that his career is now over. I hope his career is more over than Ray Rice’s. I hope all of his children grow up to be a better person than he is, which isn’t expecting much. I hope he takes his own advice and takes time to be great!!!! At least today I can say to myself “man, I knew he took HGH!” , and I feel confident that I’m right.