Even After A Lifetime Of Concussions, They’re Smarter Than Bob Costas

Jovan Belcher’s KC Chiefs teammates know where the actual blame for his murder-suicide tragedy actually lies…

and it’s not the gun:

 ”If you have daughters, you should (have a gun),” Chiefs defensive lineman Shaun Smith said Monday. “You have to protect yourself. You work so hard to get to where you at, I’ll be damned if I’ll just let someone take it from me.”

Linebacker Brandon Siler, who had Thanksgiving dinner with Belcher, also had no problems with guns.

“Well, a majority of people own one, especially in the places where they’re legal. Most of the time they’re for self defense or sport,” he said.

They’re refusing to participate in an “anti-gun parade” in Kansas City.

Speaking of parades – the New York Daily News‘ Vera Chinese and Stephen Rex Brown are apparently marching in their own little anti-gun parade (emphasis added):

 The unusual questions about guns and the gridiron came days after Belcher, 25, blew away his girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, 22, in their Kansas City home Saturday.

Let me guess; just to watch her die?

Nope – no media bias there.

One thought on “Even After A Lifetime Of Concussions, They’re Smarter Than Bob Costas

  1. ”If you have daughters, you should (have a gun),” Chiefs defensive lineman Shaun Smith said Monday.

    The thing is, I don’t really believe that. It is perfectly possible to have daughters – or kids for that matter – and not think you should have a gun.

    The difference between me and lefties who agree with me on that point is that I make that decision for myself, and don’t think I should make it for other people. Someone thinks they need to protect themselves with a gun, they damn well have that right.

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