The NFL information cycle can usually characteristic avoidable tales that seemingly come out of skinny air.
That’s true Thursday due to ESPN analyst and former NFL participant Bart Scott.
He made some extraordinarily controversial feedback about how the Baltimore Ravens will deal with Joe Burrow all through the rest of his profession.
Bart Scott selected violence this morning. Actually. 🤯 pic.twitter.com/MiJSUN8XhM
— First and Pen (@firstandpen) December 30, 2021
Scott mentioned there will probably be a “crimson dot” on Burrow, mentioned Baltimore has “killers”, and in addition talked about the Ravens will probably be “head looking” Burrow for the remainder of his profession.
That is all as a result of Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals ran up the rating final week.
Louis Riddick tried to close Scott down, however he saved on going and saying dangerous factor after dangerous factor.
The NFL world reacted, primarily in disbelief at what Scott was saying.
— John Fischesser (@JohnFischesser) December 30, 2021
Bart Scott was an awesome participant. He’s additionally an instigator. That makes him good for the monstrosity that’s ESPN every day programming.
— Sam Blackburn (@SamBlackburnTR) December 30, 2021
Why would he say all of this?
NFL World Presents Response To Scott’s Feedback
So is Scott admitting that the Ravens have a tradition the place they promote injuring different gamers?
He has now created a problem for that whole group that’s fully pointless.
It could be stunning if ESPN doesn’t reprimand him in a roundabout way.
Bart Scott on the ESPN constructing tomorrow morning pic.twitter.com/x9dm0HtsDk
— Center Baby (@MillennMidChild) December 30, 2021
Bart Scott speaking about tackling the arms deliberately so the QB cannot brace his head when it hits the bottom is oh-so-telling
— Chris Roling (@Chris_Roling) December 30, 2021
— Zack Joerger (@CinciSeabee) December 30, 2021
Maybe the NFL should give the Ravens a name and ask about what Scott was speaking about.
A complete protection making an attempt to injure opposing quarterbacks on a weekly foundation is one thing that will have to be addressed.
— Gabby Dougie Truther (@Jakezingis) December 30, 2021
John Harbaugh when he hear Bart Scott’s feedback: pic.twitter.com/zkLn7y28ml
— 525 (@Honcho_WhoDey) December 30, 2021
So Bart Scott is actively advocating head looking a participant for the remainder of his profession in retaliation for working up the rating a bit? Towards the identical workforce who zero blitzed a back-up QB main by 24?
Get that man off TV.
— Rick Ucchino (@RickUcchino) December 30, 2021
It’s no secret that the NFL was once a extra violent recreation.
Bounty methods had been uncovered and large, harmful hits had been celebrated with spotlight packages.
However occasions are altering, or so we’re led to consider, and Scott can’t be saying this kind of factor on nationwide tv.
Are followers presupposed to have a good time the thought of the Ravens injuring one of many league’s shiny younger stars?
Can yall discuss soccer as a substitute of listening to Bart Scott undertaking what he wished he did within the NFL? @LRiddickESPN
— JC (@SaveTeamCasey) December 30, 2021
ESPN may determine to let time move and have Scott’s feedback fade from the information cycle.
But that is nonetheless a priority and the very fact Scott would say one thing like this implies he deserves the backlash he’s getting.