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Schwartz did a tremendous job inheriting an 0-16 team and turning them into a playoff contender, if only for a season. He took on a poor roster and the team has added talent year-in and year-out. But the team imploded in 2017 and they didn’t get off to such a great start this season. The Lions want to win now, and the argument that put Schwartz on the hot seat was simple:
Go back. Go back further and you’ll find that Bubba Kush, the marijuana that the numbers tell us is Bowe’s cannabis of choice, was not developed in a lab in California. It was known, then, by the name Gainesville Green. Gainesville, as in the town in Florida that is home to the University of Florida. The same University of Florida that has a longstanding rivalry with Louisiana State University, where we know that Bowe spent four years of his life in the middle of the last decade. Bowe played football there, for LSU’s Tigers. Bowe played, while at LSU, against the University of Florida Gators.
Those are facts. So are these: Dwayne Bowe was speeding in his car, late at night, to a Sonic that is widely known to be terrible. He had, in his car and possibly in his system, a strain of marijuana which he doubtless believed to be from California, but which actually had deeper roots elsewhere — roots in Bowe’s past, and in the sandy loam of a place with every reason to wish Bowe ill.
“It’s your basic Sonic restaurant. I’m only writing this review because they do not know basic food prep and cooking. I have never had hot or even warm french fries, tator (sic) tots or onion rings at this address.”
This, we’re asked to believe, is the food Dwayne Bowe wanted to eat that night.