Legion of BS: Baldwin Drops the Boom on Teammates after Dallas Dud
Seattle wide receiver and resident exploding head Doug Baldwin figures the Seahawks are living a defending Super Bowl champ lie.
And after the sky fell, the world ended, and the zombies roamed free in the 'Hawks loss to America's Meme on Sunday, who could argue with him?
"We have to quit BS-ing ourselves. We've got to be real with ourselves," he said, gulping Prozac and chanting 'Serenity now!' in his post-game interview.
"When we get in the meeting room, we've got to actually pay attention to things and not blow smoke up our tails that everything's going to be all right. Things aren't going right. Pay attention to things that we're not doing right and correct them."
'Little off' quarterback Russell Wilson certainly saw plenty of merit in Baldwin's claims during the Dallas tilt, as evidenced by his supreme focus and total lack of Gatorade slurping:
So, does Baldwin have anything to impart apart from invective? Perhaps a considered, constructive, coachable solution to this vexing conundrum of BS-ing about?
"The offense can't [expletive] move the ball. We've got too much [expletive] talent over here not to be moving the ball. It's not on Russ. I'm saying in general, our offense, we're too just [expletive] good not to be moving the ball down the field. I'm not mad at Russ at all, it's a collaborative thing. We've all got to pitch in and do our part. We've all got to be better."
No doubt those wise words will form the basis of all offensive tactical discussion on the training paddock this week.