Friday, October 26, 2007


Ray Lewis, who is the fiery linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens is upset with his coach because of the plays he called at a critical part of their game last weekend. This is what he said in the Baltimore Sun:

"We knew he (Willis McGahee) should have touched the ball when you have a fourth-and-one," Lewis said. "Old-school football is old-school football. If there is a yard I need to get, there is a running back, a fullback and an offense that is meant to get that.

"You can't make oranges be peaches. It doesn't change. It will never change. That's what Billick has to ask himself, why we keep putting ourselves in those situations. In the Cincinnati game, that cost us with those same decisions."

I don't know about you but this bothers me. I think this shows total disrespect for his coach, Brian Billick. It's OK to be upset, but he should have gone directly to his coach and talked with him about this rather than airing his complaints in the national media.

By the way, this isn't only for pro football players. We sometimes do the same thing where we work.

"If your brother sins against you, go and show him his fault, just between the two of you. If he listens to you, you have won your brother over." Matthew 18:15

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