Stephen Covey, the author and keynote speaker, kept it simple when he said, “Accountability breeds response-ability.” John Thune, the U.S. senator from South Dakota, broke it down like this, “I just think we need more accountability and more transparency.” Then Henry Cloud, the self-help author, put it where the goats could get it when he spit, “If you are building a culture where honest expectations are communicated and peer accountability is the norm, then the group will address poor performance and attitudes.”
Well playas…if the dull GM is the dun with the worse performance and attitude then who’s addressin’ him? Especially, when the owner refuses to see this foolishness! The Indianapolis Colts has to have the worse front office in football bruh! Ryan Grigson is the cat buyin’ the groceries and boyz keep expectin’ head coach Chuck Pagano to pull a Big Momma in the kitchen and burn with those ingredients. Like I told you boyz a few days ago in the hot joint entitled “Hailstorm” that I think this dun is workin’ for the other team! Which team? Pick one bruh!!
Since then this cat has done an interview on Fox Sports Radio and said out of his OWN mouth, “We have a defense that is work in progress. When you pay Andrew what we did, it’s going to take some time to build on the other side of the ball. He goes on to say, “We have missed on picks, that’s for sure, we have. I have to do better in that respect.”
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Who was the dun negotiatin’ Luck’s contract bruh? Now I had no problem with Luck gettin’ his bread but you can’t give him all of the money and not have any left over to build s team around him. Forget the defense for 5 minutes! He doesn’t have a darn offensive line good enough to keep him upright! You would think that he’d at least think about protectin’ the investment before he did anything. Luck got maimed last season!!
Grigson: “Hey Andrew we’re gonna give you a truck load of bread but we can’t ensure your safety bruh! You’ll be playin’ at your own risk for the next 5 years.” Luck: “Cool! I’d rather make as much bread as possible and I’ll take my chances with my long term health.” Only an idiot would think that the conversation went off like that.
So after we’ve established that Grigson is clueless on the offensive side of the ball let’s turn to the foolishness he was talkin’ about on Fox Sports Radio. The Colts’ defense has been a train wreck the entire time he’s been on the job. Now in his defense the Colts have NEVER had a defense that’s been worth two dead flies smashed. When they won the Super Bowl durin’ the 2006 season the defense was terrible. It was ranked 31st in the league. However, back then they had Peyton Manning and some cats that could protect him to some degree.
Now you’ve got no offensive line and no defense and the midnight shopper keeps comin’ back home with foolishness expectin’ for it to work. The only time Grigson walked in the door with players that actually turned out was in his first daft in 2012. He picked up Luck, who was the first pick in the draft so he couldn’t mess that one up. Then had drafted receiver T.Y. Hilton and tight ends Dwayne Allen and Coby Fleener. Since then the train has gone off of the rails and into a ditch into a millions pieces. He doesn’t have a single player left from the 2013 draft bruh! How is that even possible?
Then ole boy has wondered into the house with duns like safety LaRon Laundry, corner Greg Toler and defensive lineman Arthur Jones. All of these cats were starters and ask the Jolly Green Giant what they’re doin’ now? Ask him what happened to D’Joun Smith, his third round pick from 2015. In his Arnold from Different Strokes voice he’ll say, “What choo talkin’ bout Willis?”
Oh did I mention again that he’s the same guy that told the NFL, when they reached out to the Colts durin’ the schedulin’ process this off-season, that the Colts didn’t want a bye this week after comin’ back from London. Just as a point of reference, ALL of the other 28 teams that have ever played in London have taken the bye the week afterwards.
Bruh…this is the cat runnin’ the team!!! Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) 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.
4) Burn: verb – to cook very well
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its REAL talk!