Man it seems crazy that incognito would post here and post something like that. But after reading it, I don't doubt it a bit that, that could actually be him.
From everything we hear about him, and have seen from him, that truly sounds like a bully who really thinks he's above everyone else, and gets enjoyment out of others pain. God, I hope that's not actually him, cuz I feel bad for the guy. But I think it is.
IMO They've been trying to get Incog ever since he got the benefit during the helmet swinging situation. Espn and others reported Incog punched out a bouncer which had nothing to do with the incident in Houston. They know he brings a certain toughness to the Dolphins so they want him gone plain and simple. Who knows , they might still be pissed about what he did in the Jets game last season. Whatever the case , what happened with Jonathan Martin should have stayed in house period. The media gets a wiff of the story and now channels that barely want to show a highlight of the dolphins talk about it for 15 minutes. For that reason I don't want Martin back on the team. I can only hope this isn't the last we see of Incognito in a Dolphins uniform.
This ****ing thread is awesome...... I should be asleep right now but I had to read the whole thing. Incog's Dad posting....... Martin is a ****...... Pouncey is snorting blow off some stripper's tits as I write this.....
You cannot have better entertainment than this thread. Period.
WTF is next with this team?
Terrorist attack count against the Anything Goes Thread: 5
At least the Dolphins haven't enabled a murderer, pedophile or rapist this season, that we know of. The Riley Cooper incident was news for maybe a week, and that was in the preseason with nothing going on. By next weekend something awful will have happened to push this to the back pages, or people will just be too excited about the games to care anymore. If there's a lawsuit, it will threaten the jobs of people I don't care about or actively dislike, and involve money that is not mine. It's embarrassing, but not spectacular enough to generate any lasting interest. Just like the Dolphins as an organization, and Stephen Ross himself.