Ignore Bayless Has Terrible Opinion About Damar Hamlin’s Injury
Immediately after the Buffalo incident Receipt safe Damar Hamlin suffered a terrible wound When an ambulance was driven to the middle of Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Skip Bayless decided it was time to tackle it on his own. The FS1 talk show host thought it was for the best on a tweet that read, “At the end of this season, a game of this caliber is crucial to the outcome of the regular season. ” And just half an hour later Hamlin collapsed on the field. And half an hour before the NFL officially suspends the game for the evening.
Bayless has had a ton of horrifying, deafening footage over the years, not to mention plenty of outlandish comments, including one recently when co-host Shannon Sharpe showed great restraint with no way jump over the table and slap him. This can literally be one of the worst things to someone’s life. The latest update from the NFL says 24-year-old Hamlin is out of danger. A news in Cincinnati The presenter said Hamlin was intubated at the hospital.
Compare Bayless’s approach with ESPN’s Suzy Kolber, Booger McFarland and Adam Schefter. They steer clear of speculation and over-analyze Hamlin’s impact on the pitch. Kolber, who is covering the impromptu studio, sympathizes with the Bills and claims the only right way to handle the situation is that football doesn’t matter until we all know Hamlin’s condition. . McFarland, who played nine seasons in the NFL, offered a great perspective from a former player. He details the feelings of someone who has joined the trenches perfectly. Schefter isn’t perfect with his tweets sometimes, but he Treat yourself well when it really matters. And Bayless couldn’t even have the level of human politeness.
Of course, after the recoil, he tried to roll back:
Death, Taxes and Skip Bayless with a tasteless tweet.