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48Hrs After Furious Jag Fan Flew Scathing Message Over Players’ Protest, Look What Happened To Him



The majority of Americans are beyond fed-up with the weekly NFL protests that have continued on even after the President of the United States and the league commissioner called for players to start standing. The constant kneeling has hijacked the sport and destroyed the season as former fans made their displeasure known by the unprecedented amount of empty seats in stadiums across the country. Since these millionaire athletes still don’t seem to get the message, a former Jaguars fan made sure they got one they couldn’t ignore with what he flew over EverBank Field on Sunday while players on both sides of the field kneeled. Terry Smiley, a Jacksonville native

Terry Smiley, a Jacksonville native and former supporter of the Jaguars didn’t just boycott this season once his team began participating in the protest, he flew it over their heads to humiliate them and encourage others to boycott as well. What he was not expecting was what would happen just 48 hours after the bold decision that’s never been done before but was his right as a citizen of this free country.

Action News Jax reported that Smiley hired a pilot to pull a banner that encouraged fellow Jacksonvillians to boycott the team with his banner that read: “Be American. Boycott the Jags & The NFL.” This in-your-face approach didn’t sit too well with pouty kneeling players who think that they are only entitled to an opinion and publicly expressing it.

“This all-American sport is dividing fans after some NFL players took a knee during the national anthem,” Action News Jax reports. “I am asking people to boycott the football games. I don’t watch it on TV,” Smiley told the paper. Jaguars fan Jay Crossman chimed in on that sentiment saying, “People’s feelings about politics and football seem to bleed together on the turf. People need to realize the true message that they’re trying to send.”

Without a doubt, Smiley is the most dedicated fan to the anti-NFL cause and doesn’t care who he offends, just like the players who are on their knee for every anthem at every game. Smiley not only sent a message to these players and protest supporters he spoke for all of us by beating these players at their own protesting game. Now, after his massive message, Smiley is saying that he’s appalled at what happened and has now made a shocking new announcement about what he plans to do next.

“On ‘Fox & Friends,’ Smiley said he was so ‘appalled’ when some Jaguars players knelt for the national anthem at their game in London but stood for ‘God Save the Queen’ that he ‘had to do something about it,'” Fox News Insider reports. “It is expensive and it’s worth every nickel of it,” he said. “I would like to see the players start playing football. They can take this elsewhere,” he added. “They have the right to protest. I have the right to protest.”

It’s refreshing to have someone is bold and brave enough as Smiley to take his message into the sky at the risk of facing a verbal backlash from “disrespected” NFL players who aren’t afraid to run their mouths.

Smiley’s massive aerial message was more than well received by Americans who appreciated the lengths he went to get the word out, which came at no small cost. He didn’t just passively avoid the NFL by not going to games or changing simply changing the channel on Sunday, he put his money where his patriotism is and gave everyone taking a knee what they deserve – public humiliation.

Part of the problem with these players is that they don’t care if you don’t like their message, they are still going to get paid millions of dollars to do what they want and demand respect for it. The greatest revenge for them is to not only lose high-paying sponsors, viewership, and jersey sales, it’s to prove that they aren’t as special as they think they are. By ruining their protests with this banner, Smiley won on multiple levels and he’s not stopping there.

According to Fox Insider, “the former NFL fan will also fly the banner over the stadium during the Jaguars’ November 12 game, he said.” This is a significant weekend since it’s Veteran’s Day weekend and you can pretty much bet that the athletes are going to want to steal the attention away from the meaning of that day by protesting the National Anthem and our flag veterans fought for their right to kneel in disrespect.

Many of the entitled millionaire players who have been participating in this boycott consider it to be their right to protest, and until the teams say that they can’t, it is. It’s also the right of every betrayed fan to make them regret it in any legal way possible. This is an American who’s ready to put his money where his mouth is, and obviously, he’s making waves.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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As most everyone has already heard by now Alabama Ball Tosser Bo Scarbrough took it upon himself to attack our President as he was walking out of the locker room before the start of the 2018 NCAA football championship game.

Now, if you listen to the video you can hear someone saying “F### Trump.”

But Scarborough is now taking a step back after the huge uproar he is facing.

Here is the kicker. This ball tosser is now saying he said “F### Georgia.” But if you listen to the video again you will notice whatever word he said after “F###” is a one-syllable word like the word “Trump,” not a two syllable word like “Georgia.” So I really don’t understand how this can all be just a misunderstanding.

But now we are starting to understand why he is denying his comment.

It has now been confirmed by multiple news outlets that Bo Scarbrough will enter the NFL draft this year. Today local sports media reported that the Alabama running back has indeed signed with a sports marketing company and he is “heading to the NFL draft.” This report comes just two days after Alabama beat Georgia in overtime in Atlanta to win the national championship.

Scarbrough had an impressive 4 carries for 23 yards in that game although his season-high total this fall came when he had 79 yards on 11 carries in a victory against Vanderbilt in September.

Scarbrough is 6-foot-2, 235 pounds, had 124 carries for 596 yards with 8 touchdowns this season. In three seasons at Alabama, the native of Northport, Ala., has totaled 1,512 yards rushing with 20 touchdowns. His best season with the Crimson Tide came when he had 812 yards rushing with 11 touchdowns in 2016.

Via The Undefeated:

We may have seen the last of Colin Kaepernick in the NFL
If Seattle doesn’t want the quarterback, where can he turn?

Colin Kaepernick may never play in the NFL again. Let that sink in. A mobile, 29-year-old quarterback who in the past five seasons started in two NFC championship games and one Super Bowl and amassed a touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio that ranks among the best in NFL history is out of the league without an apparent opening to get back in.

The prospect that Kaepernick’s NFL career could be finished became real this week after the Seattle Seahawks passed on signing the politically active player as a backup and instead added Austin Davis to their roster.

In picking Davis over Kaepernick, who has been seeking work since he opted out of his deal with the San Francisco 49ers ahead of free agency in March, Seattle chose a journeyman who has failed to establish himself as a viable NFL passer in stints with the Los Angeles Rams, Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. Davis didn’t even appear in a game last season.

During a recent radio interview, head coach Pete Carroll said the Seahawks were considering Kaepernick to play behind starter Russell Wilson. The Seahawks and Kaepernick reportedly met in late May. Then Seattle signed Davis, even though Carroll said he believes that Kaepernick is a starter in the NFL. Seattle’s decision reportedly had nothing to do with money.

There’s only one logical takeaway: The Seahawks were concerned about potential fan backlash for signing Kaepernick, who ignited a nationwide debate by choosing not to stand during the national anthem — first sitting, then kneeling — in an effort to draw attention to the oppression of black people and people of color.

For some time, some African-American players have expressed anger that, in their opinion, Kaepernick is effectively being blackballed by owners because of his political stance. And there’s ample evidence to support that argument:

Far less accomplished signal-callers have signed with new teams, Davis being the most recent.
Owners have criticized Kaepernick’s form of protest and cautioned that a team that signed him could encounter major problems with its fan base.

President Donald Trump has gone in on Kaepernick as well.
But something changed Monday. It felt like a new line was crossed. The Seahawks’ decision sent a loud message that the NFL could be completely done with Kaepernick.

If Kaepernick isn’t wanted by a playoff contender even though his skills are well-suited for its offense, where can he turn? Both Wilson and Kaepernick are dual-threat quarterbacks. By design, Wilson is on the move often. Kaepernick seemed to be an ideal fit for the Seahawks, especially considering their concerns at the position behind Wilson, who hasn’t missed a start in his five-year career but played through a variety of injuries last season.

Kaepernick has not been charged with a crime. He has not been accused of violating any aspect of the league’s collective bargaining agreement. He’s done nothing more than exercise his right to protest peacefully, which is protected by the Constitution. Yet, Seahawks decision-makers found it more palatable to potentially entrust their team, with the current roster’s shrinking championship window, to guys better suited to be third-stringers than Kaepernick, who at the very least has shown he’s capable of being better than any primary backup on the league’s 32 teams.

Kaepernick has experience (he has made 58 starts) and has the fifth-best touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio of all time. In that statistic, Kaepernick is better than Steve Young, Peyton Manning and Tony Romo, to name a few. NFL coaches want quarterbacks with experience who take care of the football. Suddenly, it doesn’t seem to matter that Kaepernick can check both boxes.

Even playing for the horrid 49ers last season — their roster is in the process of being overhauled by new management — Kaepernick showed big-play ability. San Francisco receivers had the second-highest percentage of dropped passes in the league. Still, Kaepernick completed almost 60 percent of his passes (59.2). He passed for 16 touchdowns and had only four interceptions.

Had the Seahawks signed Kaepernick, they would have added a player who, just like Wilson, has thrived on designed quarterback running plays.

Kaepernick has rushed for 2,300 yards (with a 6.1-yard average) and 13 touchdowns. Kaepernick and Wilson are great on zone-read plays, which are QB runs from a spread option formation that includes a lead blocker. They’ve both displayed outstanding decision-making while having to either run or hand off to backs based on the pursuit of the defense, “and if a team is running that type of offense, and Kaep is 100 committed to being the best he can in that type of scheme, it makes a ton of sense to bring him in,” an NFC offensive play-caller said.

That’s what the Seahawks passed on.

From a football standpoint, picking Davis over Kaepernick made no sense. Of course, the Seahawks’ decision wasn’t based on anything that had to do with football. That’s why what happened Monday was so chilling.

Any quarterback with Kaepernick’s career arc and touchdowns-to-interceptions ratio, at his age, would likely be on a roster if not for owners’ feelings about his protest. At this point, to argue otherwise would simply be illogical. The signing of Davis proved that.

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The final game of the college football season Monday night was tense from the start and ended with a win for Alabama in overtime. While it was an incredible game to watch, nobody is talking about the score, touchdowns, win, or defeat today after one entitled player made the main event all about his hate for President Donald Trump. However, now, after almost 24 hours later, we’re now learning that it’s not what Alabama’s Running Back said that’s most shocking, it’s what the team’s Quarterback did on live television, immediately after the win.

This speaks even louder than the “F You” to Trump that Bo Scarbrough shouted and is sure to cause some major anger among spectators who missed it.

Alabama’s starting quarterback was out and their freshman player in line for the position was thrust into the spot for the biggest game of the season. Despite not having started at all since being accepted onto the team, Tua Tagovailoa was forced into the most intimidating position possible for a player his age, so early in his career. He ran onto the field determined to win and accomplished that against all odds, leading his team to an unbelievable victory. It was an incredible moment and when interviewed about it immediately after he only had one thing to say and used his moment of attention on live television – with everyone watching – to say it.

While the running back was making disparaging remarks about the president, the quarterback had the perfect defense to his teammates’ disgusting behavior with what he told the reporter. The left is celebrating the Bo Scarbrough for telling Trump to “f*ck off” and now they’re about to say the same to Tagovailoa for what he wasn’t afraid to say.

The Daily Caller reports:

Tua Tagovailoa is a name you should know.

Tagovailoa all but single-handedly won the national championship game for the Alabama Crimson Tide over the Georgia Bulldogs Monday night. The freshman from Hawaii was not the starter for the national championship game, or any game this season for that matter. He went in to command the offense for 166 yards and 27 yards rushing in the second half, finishing 14-for-24 in the most important game of the season. Tagovailoa also threw the game-winning touchdown in overtime – a dead arrow strike to wide receiver DeVonta Smith, clinching the title.

When asked what went through his mind after his coach told him he was going to start, Tagovailoa said he wanted to thank someone:

First and foremost, I just want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, with whom all things are possible. That’s what happened tonight.
Tagovailoa went on to thank his family and teammates before saying again:

In this moment it means the world but at the same time all glory goes to God. I can’t describe what He has done for me and my family. I thank God for that.


This quarterback proved himself as a hero in two huge ways in one night – he brought his team to a win in overtime after being underestimated all season and then publicly thanked God for getting him there, no matter who is offended by his religious sentiment. It’s a stark contrast from the beginning of the game with Scarbrough only thought he was a hero but came out as a loser against our president and country. Two players on the same team, one honorable and gracious, the other offensive and racist. 

(Photo: Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports)

“Thrown into the game to start the second half, Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes in regulation and put Alabama in position to win it at the end of regulation. When the field goal attempt failed — Alabama, y’all! — Tagovailoa uncorked a gorgeous, 41-yard pass to beat Georgia in overtime, giving the Tide the most improbable of its 12 national titles,” USA Today reported.

One of the most impressed people by his actions was Tagovailoa’s coach who gave credit where it’s due and sent a message that all Americans needed to hear. Coach Saban said he had total trust in his freshman quarterback because he knows what kind of a guy he is and that’s someone who gives everything his all, all of the time.

“I trust players, players that do things the right way, players who prepare the right way, practice the right way, they’re dependable,” Saban said in an interview following his team’s incredible victory. “When players do that, I have total faith, trust and confidence to put them out there. So I have that in Tua.”

Way to go, Tagovailoa, you won over the hearts of every conservative in America who had given up on football this year. He proved that you can be good at a sport and a good person and can use your position for good, rather than to divide and destroy. The country needs more examples like this young man in society.

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An Alabama running back just humiliated himself when he was entering the game and yelled an obscenity about President Trump. Then his team won the game in overtime against Georgia, giving him a temporary sigh of relief that he didn’t suffer the Trump curse. And now here we are back to square one, and the player’s humiliation continues. Running back Bo Scarbrough walked through the tunnel and yelled “f-ck Trump” and people called him out on it over social media. People posted the video of him saying it. People watched, listened, and heard the words uttered from his mouth as he was about to square off against Georgia. Now he denies it.

Not only was “f-ck Trump” immature, but it also had no meaning to the game, no reason to be said. Again, players turning sports into politics is nothing less than inappropriate and annoying to most who simply enjoy a good football game. To make matters worse, he straight up lied on Twitter as he denied it. Maybe Scarbrough was disappointed in himself for saying it. Maybe he knows it looks terrible to NFL teams that he may try to get on. Perhaps he’s embarrassed by it. Maybe he knows it was completely pointless. However, he should have owned it instead of denying it.

The video we have shows the players walking out and just about all of social media claim it was him. You’ll have to zoom in to see if you can pinpoint the spot where his mouth moves and he says it. The funny thing about him denying it is that he claims he said “f-ck Georgia’ and that’s not even close. This was apparently his admission to guilt and a weak attempt at covering it up by claiming he said something else.

Let’s watch the video courtesy of Twitter.

Listen closely. He says F-CK TRUMP. It sounds like two syllables. If Scarbrough said F-CK GEORGIA, then we would hear three syllables in the exclamation. I hear two. I tried very hard to hear GEORGIA, but I was unable to. I couldn’t hear any chance of a third syllable, so there’s no possible way that Scarbrough said GEORGIA. He has to be telling a lie. He loses respect because he should have owned it like a man, but he’s acting like “OMG I DIDN’T SAY THAT!” I watched and listened. It sounds like F-CK TRUMP, not F-CK GEORGIA. Can’t hide it.

Daily Mail reported:

“Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough has denied yelling ‘F*** Trump’ while walking in the tunnel ahead of Monday night’s national championship game against Georgia.

Scarbrough, 21, has claimed he yelled ‘F*** Georgia’ after video of the exclamation was uploaded to Twitter and several people accused him of attacking President Donald Trump.

The junior from Northport, Alabama, denied slamming Trump after the Crimson Tide beat the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23 in a dramatic overtime finish to the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Ahead of the game, both football teams were kept in their locker rooms as Trump walked on to Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for the Star Spangled Banner.

Following the national anthem, Alabama’s football team was filmed walking through the tunnel to the field in preparation for the game.

Footage of the walk was uploaded to Twitter by Sporting News accusing Scarbrough, No 9, of yelling ‘F*** Trump’.”

Here is the player defending himself and telling what most people consider a lie.

We saved a screenshot just in case he deletes it.

Some Twitter replies were classics.

There are a few ways to think about this player and his choice of words. Let’s talk about the freedom of speech. He’s entirely free to voice his opinion and say whatever he wants. His words are his choice. He can say anything, but he needs to remember that words sometimes come with consequences. There are not many consequences to this, but the player is undoubtedly facing some social media backlash. If he can handle that, then good for him. He can own his words and walk away with his head up knowing he can at least stand up for himself. Him denying it just makes him appear to be weak, and that loses respect. Bringing politics into football is something that most fans are tired of and contributed to the dwindling NFL ratings. It’s not smart to bring politics into sports because it turns people away from the game.

The other aspect to this is what if a white football player said “F-CK OBAMA” before a game? Would it be considered a hate crime? Would the player be called racist? The outcome would be much different if the races were reversed.

The bottom line with this is that athletes and entertainers who bring politics into sports are the people solely responsible for ruining the game, ratings, and dividing our great country.

Bo Scarbrough, I’m calling you out. If you say it, then own it. You can run from a defender, but not from social media.

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