On Saturday afternoon the Seattle Seahawks got the brakes beaten off of them by the Atlanta Falcons 36-20. Matt Ryan and Co. literally had their way with them. The score was not indicative of the blastin’ they took bruh. So after the game when boyz are meetin’ with the press. Michael Bennett snapped on a reporter and cursed him out like Big Momma used to do a boy after church for playin’ on the back pew.
Accordin’ to the Seattle Times he didn’t like one of the fake media-types suggestin’ that the defensive line struggled to get to Matt Ryan. So he answered with this, “We got a lot of pressure. He threw the ball really fast. There was some busted stuff going on, so obviously you don’t know football. He threw the ball pretty fast. He did his thing. We rushed as good as we could. Don’t point and say we didn’t do what we needed to do, OK? Don’t do that.”
Then the dun got really hot and snapped with this, “Don’t tell me I didn’t do my job, m—–f—–! Get the f— out of my face. Like I said, get out of my face. Don’t play with me. Don’t play with me. I just put my heart on the f—ing field.” Then the dun actually went there and threatened ole boy by sayin’, “Try me again, see what happens.”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Bennett had been actin’ a fool the entire ball game tryin’ to fight boyz after the plays etc. So you could see that foolishness gettin’ out of the car down the street. He was fustrated that Matt Ryan was puttin’ that thang on ‘um. He finished with 338 yards, 3 touchdowns and no picks! I’d say that he had his way playboy.
Sure Seattle sacked him 3 times and hit him 8 times but that didn’t stop him from bustin’ their butts. And that’s the edited version. So the question from the fake media-type was legitimate. That was weak of Bennett to go off on a dun that couldn’t and wouldn’t say anything back to him because he’s essentially in his house. As a member of the press you can’t get into arguments with the players because they aren’t goin’ to cut the player bruh. They’ll just get rid of you and now you can’t do your job.
It’s like a dun snappin’ on you in his home durin’ the holidays. You’re not goin’ to say anything to escalate the situation. You’re just goin’ to get your hat and coat and leave. Now you’ll wait to see him in the street and give him an ear full but you aren’t goin’ to blast him at his crib in front of his wife and kids.
Bennett was just like ole dull Boogie Cousins goin’ off on the old timer reporter. You know that old dude wasn’t goin’ to say anything back so he was an easy target to throw his frustrations at. That was Bennett. Lookin’ even more stupid for goin’ off on a boy for askin’ YOU why YOU couldn’t do YOUR job after he just saw YOU and your teammates get the brakes beaten off of YOU. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1)Dull: adjective – to describe something as bein’ terrible, something that makes you sick with disgust because it’s so stupid to even think of.
2) Spit: verb – to say
3) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
4) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.
The captions under the photos isn’t real but its REAL talk!