The Jay Graves Report

Why continuin’ to ask about CTE’s link to football is stupid! “Obvious”

"Really bruh?"

Confucius once said, “When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” Albert Einstein gave it to us like this, “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” Then Roger Bacon, the English philosopher, put it where the goats could get it when he spit, “All science requires mathematics. The knowledge of mathematical things is almost innate in us. This is the easiest of sciences, a fact which is obvious in that no one’s brain rejects it; for laymen and people who are utterly illiterate know how to count and reckon.” 


Well playas….even a fool can count and reckon that if a boy suffers multiple concussions over an extended period of time that he would develop some form of brain disease. On Monday the NFL’s top health and safety officer, Jeff Miller, was asked by boyz on the House of Representatives’ Committee on Energy and Commerce if the link between football and neurodegenerative diseases like CTE had been established and ole boy said yes. 


Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Did we really have to wait for a boy to tell us that bruh? It’s obvious that if a cat keeps essentially runnin’ into a brick wall with his head his brain is goin’ to be mess over a period of time. This is stupid to even keep discussin’! 


Now that cats are gettin’ older and technology is gettin’ better we’re goin’ to keep learnin’ more and more about the risk factors of everything in the world not just concussions. As technology got better in the game of football, in the art of diet and exercise and weight training players got bigger, stronger and faster. Therefore, over the years players began to deliver harder and more violent hits. Thus causin’ more and more head trauma! Do we need an expert to tell us that bruh?  


They’ve only started to diagnose concussions in sports over the past 10 to 15 years puttin’ protocols into place. Now that they’ve been doin’ research on the brains of deceased players its obvious that there is a link. We didn’t have to wait for a boy to admit it to confirm it. This is gettin’ to be stupid!!! 


If you get into your car EVERYDAY without a seat belt and have a head on collision for the next 10 years and you start actin’ funny and stumblin’ around. We don’t have to ask you if it was the car accidents that have you all messes up. It’s obvious that you’re brain is a mess because of your behavior and who’s fault is that? The dun that made the car or the dun drivin’ the car? 


All the NFL can do at this point is warn these cats of the dangers of concussions and keep a them out of the game when they’re sufferin’ from one now that they have the information available. Cats that played 30 years or more ago are just hit! They weren’t diagnosin’ concussions back then. There were no concussion protocols. So stop tellin’ me about duns that donated their brains to Boston University that are 72 years old that played with a plastic helmet with no pads in it. It’s obvious that his brain is goin’ to be a mess. Stop tellin’ me about the dun that’s 55 that played in the 1980’s that had CTE because there was no protocol in place at the time. 


The research is great but who are we goin’ to blame? There was no protocol and the player wasn’t goin’ to stop playin’ because he was makin’ too much bread. How many times have we seen boyz admit that they were goin’ to play no matter what? If you had told him that he would have brain damage 30 years later he would have still ran back out on the field because that’s the job he chose to do and he wasn’t givin’ up that bread. 


It’s no different than the cat that worked at the steel mill for 35 years inhalin’ chemicals and takin’ on the risk of dying daily. He knew that it was dangerous but this is what he did for a livin’ bruh! No different than the cop, the firefighter, the dun workin’ in construction etc. There are risk factors and they all know it. They all knew they existed and guess what pimpin’? They aren’t sittin’ around complainin’ about their health today lookin’ to sue a boy. They took it like a G and kept it movin’. Why? Because they chose to make a livin’ doin’ whatever they chose to do. 


Stop tellin’ me about the plight of the NFL player and concussions because EVERYBODY playin’ knows the risks involved and they’re makin’ a fortune doin’ it relatively speakin’. Even the cat makin’ minimum wage is makin’ $350K a year. Stop it! You sound crazy continuin’ to bring it up and stop me when I start lyin’! 


Playas Thesaurus: 

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) Hit: verb – S.O.L. bruh!