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Thread: Sad News: KC Player Shoots GF, Commits Suicide at Team Facilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinsPhan11 View Post
    Just a tad late.

    I've been working so I didn't see it until now. Pretty crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    I heard Belcher has been downgraded to doubtful for Sunday's game.
    Well you may as well pull him out of your fantasy lineup if you have him in an IDP league.
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    So Philbin will be back even though his three seasons in Miami have resulted in a 23-24 record and zero playoff berths. Therefore, we can project another boring season for the Dolphins that sees the players fail to respond to their flat-lining head coach. Philbin has the temperament of a cantaloupe, and too often his team plays as such.
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    Quote Originally Posted by COphinphan89 View Post
    Well you may as well pull him out of your fantasy lineup if you have him in an IDP league.
    Probably for the best. I mean, even if he suits up Carolina runs a lot of Pistol and he isnt very good with that.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    Probably for the best. I mean, even if he suits up Carolina runs a lot of Pistol and he isnt very good with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrMom9900 View Post
    Good thing Philbin wasnt the coach of the Chiefs. I have a feeling after offing himself in Philbins office, on that nice natuzzi leather couch, Philbin would then proceed to tell him how his "character" isnt conducive to creating a winning atmosphere in KC, and puts at stake the classy reputation he is trying to create in KC. Then Philbin would cut him, without looking him in the eyes of course, or whatever meaty piece of gore was there in place of his eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolfan_101 View Post
    this is what scares me about believers, what kind of logic is that? I guess they say with god all things are possie, smh.
    Believe me, that is NOT the way "believers" think. Not believers of the CHRISTIAN faith any way. Maybe Islam, Hindu or Budiest think that way, I really couldn't tell you, but Christians don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SizzlingFins04 View Post
    Thats gods way of getting rid of the evil we have in our society now a days. but either way prayers go out to all families, friends, players, etc. that were somewhat related too or just knew the guy and girl.
    well imo people would just start dropping dead if that was the case because the society , and the whole world is evil and corrupted .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daytona Fin View Post
    I agree that it seems this guy lost control of the moment and killed her and knew he was headed to the pen, couldn't deal with that lifestyle.

    As for junior, i read where a lot of his woes were financial. He owed millions to the vegas casinos. That botched suicide attempt when he drove off a cliff was on his sons birthday. Pretty crappy move by a father.
    Money trouble contributed to Seau's death, but mental illness was a factor. We wont know the extent of it for awhile but preliminary tests on his donated brain indicate concussions might of played a factor.

    As well, part of his money woes were tied to his family. Like many athletes he became an ATM for them. When he retired and was in financial trouble himself he couldnt continue to support others(and this wasnt his ex-wife or kids either, it was extended family) and that "fact" affected him.

    There was a whole laundry list of reasons why Seau commited suicide, some things people might not think about or take for granted(like working out, being able to sleep) directly affected him. Heres an article about what led to his suicide:

    But he wasn’t in good shape. In the months to come, Seau’s trademark smile would mask a man rapidly unraveling. Outside of the NFL’s spotlight, what emerged was a life marked by depression, drinking, prescription drugs, gambling, financial woes, sexual escapades and strained relationships....

    The lack of structure in his life — in particular, the absence of career obligations and responsibilities — increased his depression, and gave him more time to dwell on it.
    The diminished offseason physical training, as well as no longer having to devote hours each week to practices and games, meant he generated less adrenaline and fewer endorphins, which act as antidepressants.

    Once Seau retired, it didn’t take long for his life to start coming apart. It happened fast, and it came at him from all angles. And it never seemed to stop...

    Beyond his interpersonal strife, Seau was petrified he’d run out of money. Throughout his career, he’d always opened up his wallet to help his family. In retirement, his parents, siblings and extended family still leaned on him to be the major breadwinner despite a severely diminished annual income, and their continued financial expectations became a tremendous burden.
    “It was fun when he first started playing in the NFL and he bought his parents a house,” his ex-wife, Gina, said. “This is how it is with players, that’s their first big financial goal. But he was always feeling obligated to be an ATM for his family. It was a constant drain. He had a hard time saying no.”
    http://www.nctimes.com/sports/footba...6ad1f8d3f.html


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    Rick Majerus killed himself tonight as well.

    Dude ate his heart out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by endorPHINS72;1064513425[B
    ]I agree that suicide and murder are two unforgivable sins[/B], but my god...this guy must have really had some internal demons. How bad do things have to be before you murder the mother of your son and then pull the trigger on yourself? Belcher must have been a tortured soul, but I feel for the poor mother and his son. That poor little boy is now an orphan with a horrific family history.

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    I really hope you're being sarcastic.
    LOL, Really?? Unforgivable by who??
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