From the “Just Sayin'” Files

I’m just sayin…

If there is a quarterback controversy for your home team and the coach picks the QB for the first game of the season, do you really want the second stringer doing all he can to hurt the starter? Is it it in any way helpful for the second stringer’s agent to start talking about how there is no way the starter can win the first game?

Even if you don’t believe the coach made the right decision, there is a lot to respect about someone who can put the team before personal ambition.

Just sayin’.

Brad Willis

Brad Willis is a writer based in Greenville, South Carolina. Willis spent a decade as an award-winning broadcast journalist. He has worked as a freelance writer, columnist, and professional blogger since 2005. He has also served as a commentator and guest on a wide variety of television, radio, and internet shows.

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3 Responses

  1. Golden says:

    You should consider copywriting the “Just Sayin” title. I think it would be a great name for a regular column, or blog.

    Who knows, you may be able to trade it for your name.

  2. CJ says:

    Just sayin’…

    Isn’t the leader of the free world just a tiny bit more important than the quarterback of a football team?

    Doesn’t getting the right person in the White House hold just a tiny bit more weight than whether the right guy is tossing a pigskin?

    I have no love for the second stringer, I think you know that… but I love the idea that Democrats, of all people, are trying to keep votes out and end this thing before some places have even voted. Perhaps they should all sit down and watch HBO’s Recount.

    Of course, everything I’ve said here probably has nothing to do with your post…

    But I’m just sayin’

  3. the joker says:

    im just sayin’, if the star quarterback can’t get a blowjob from a fat fan after the game without his cheerleader girlfriend finding out about it, then whats the point of being the quarterback?
    just sayin’…
    or maybe im getting my analogies mixed up. which president are we talking about again?