But my question is, what if it really was self defense and he truly wasn't the one who killed them?
Truth is, I don't care anymore. Young men, especially highly competitive athletes do some stupid ****. It doesn't excuse it but it doesn't make them a bad person either. It was a fight that went way too far. It was a mistake. A horrific one, but a mistake. He was acquitted and has done tremendous charity work. He is paying back however he can.
I love watching the guy play. He is the best linebacker I have seen so far in my 40+ years.
I have heard nothing but praise from everyone whose had a chance to work with him.
Welker's wife is a ****.
Patriots need to tell their wives to shut up. It makes them look like even bigger *******s.
I would love to see lewis pull out "Highlander" like quote about Welker's wife. Perhaps I could giver her something you never could, and secretly she yearns for my arrival.
As for Tiger, he ****ed up. I could care less about his cheating. It's the arrogance that is B.S.
He should have sought endorsement from Trojan, Hennessy, Corvette and some cray clothing line. He should have worn bright red silk shirts, crazy plaid pants and gator shoes and had a pair of smoking hot chicks in total hoochie outfits bringing him water, wiping his brow , rubbing his shoulders and cheering for him while he played.
I would have rooted for him.
Right, if you win, people tend to forget about your troubled past. Another example is Johnny "Football" Manziel. Everyone seemed to forget that he got arrested over summer since he won the Heisman. Also, Derrick Thomas was the best LB of all time IMO.