If you were watching the Cincinnati Bengals against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday afternoon, you not only got to watch football, but you were also treated to some MMA action.
Watch as Jaguars defensive back Jalen Ramsey shoves Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green to the ground and then begins walking away like he’s the man. Well, Green did not take too kindly to the shove as he immediately jumped up and went after Ramsey, choking him from behind and then punching him in the helmet before a plethora of Jags players come to Ramsey’s defense.
AJ Green bout that action, boss. 😂 pic.twitter.com/DToqBCEkQE
— D.Brown (@LongLiveDBrown) November 5, 2017
Both Green and Ramsey were ejected from the game for their actions. It will be extremely interesting to see what fines and/or suspensions are handed down from the league office in the coming week.
The ultimate examination of Matthew Stafford’s legacy
Since signing an extension making him the highest-paid player in NFL history, scrutiny has followed Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford like the plague. Those questioning the extension have been asking the same questions for years:
“Can he finally start winning big games?”
“Can he lead this team to a deep playoff run?”
Unfortunately, the team’s 3-4 record to this point of the current season makes it seem like that playoff run may not happen this year, but that’s a topic for another discussion.
What defines a quarterback’s legacy? To most, the answer to that question is “Super Bowl rings”, or maybe even just general wins. But, not every highly-skilled quarterback in the history of football has been able to win a bunch of games, or a Super Bowl. Dan Marino is a perfect example. Considered as one of the best quarterbacks ever, Marino was never able to win a Super Bowl.
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