Colin Cowherd Goes All In On Critics Of The Rams’ ‘Don’t Shoot’ Gesture
Colin Cowherd sees the Rams' "Hands Up Don't Shoot" pre-game demonstration as an misguided protest of a situation he's deemed to have been impossible for officer Darren Wilson. He's just not complaining about having to see people express a different opinion than his. How refreshing?
The ESPN Radio host spent 20 minutes complaining about the people who are complaining about how five Rams players took a brief moment to acknowledge their human side on television. He calls them "the stay in your lane crowd." He even went in on the St. Louis Police Association, who asked the NFL for an apology amidst their rage that someone didn't agree with the Ferguson Grand Jury's ruling last week.
"Admit it, you're not as successful as you thought you were, you don't have as much sex as you'd like. You're old and your cranky. 'When's it all gonna end?' Never. Your life's gonna end. So's mine...
You just don't like when players use the platform and you don't agree with it."
Who wants to watch an ESPN personality tell a caller he's under-sexed and grumpy for getting all worked up over other people's views? An edited down version of this morning's diatribe, below...
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