The NFL has become far more racist than any other sports organization in America. As result of their aggressive methods, meaning boycotting the national anthem, the flag and the President, the League was faced with a series of consequences. However, this didn’t stop black players from sticking together and throwing trash at white people as a response to…well, God knows what. It seems that one side is definitely racial in this matter, and I am sure you can guess which one with ease. Now, it has been reported that a white quarterback got injured due to a heavy form of racism on the field.
The entire matter unraveled within the Oakland Raiders football team. The team is the only one who has a complete lineup of African-American players, with the exception of Derek Carr. Carr, for that reason, stood proudly during the national anthem prior to the Raiders-Redskins game. Unlike him, every other team member protested.
Just before the game kicked off, one of the players reportedly told another one, “If he [Carr] wants to stand alone for the National Anthem, he can stand alone on the field.”
And standing alone has a deep meaning.
Although no one thought the team would punish their one player who decided to stand during the national anthem, fans were in for a surprise. As a result, Carr suffered a fractured spin injury, which ended the season for him, and could have ended his entire career as well.
Carr was tackled aggressively by an opposing player and was left lying immobile on the field. Fans gasped at the sight, and medical staff urged to get him off the court to a hospital.
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“Carr was scrambling in the backfield trying to avoid a sack from multiple Broncos defenders when falling toward the ground, it appeared he took a knee in the back from Broncos defensive end Adam Gotsis,” The Ringer reported. “Carr stayed down on the field before heading to the blue medical tent on the sideline, and eventually the locker room.”
Did his black teammates leave him hanging? It is obvious they did, although a move of this sort, and going against your teammate is more than appalling. to begin with. Sports commentators Armstrong & Getty are assuring us this was definitely the case.
“If this story is true, you’ve got an animosity between a white quarterback and a black offensive line that you can’t fix very easily,” they said. “Now this is getting into paranoia … and the fan base and the whole country.”
They are now questioning the background story and wonder if this was a onetime episode.
“So is this a one-time punishment? Have they gotten together and talked to each other? Or are the black guys in the team not going to block for the white guys?”
“At least for one game, it seems to be a message that was sent,” the other host said. “Maybe it was brief, maybe it was ‘alright, we’re going to let him get hit a couple times, see if he gets the message,’ but we don’t know.”
They continued explaining how a few moves by the black players in the team were particularly weird and unusual, leading to Carr’s devastating injury.
“That happens in the NFL all the time … but then the other stuff came up,” they said.
Furthermore, the hosts noted that an “inside source” who is “extremely reliable” stated Carr was left alone on purpose so he doesn’t derail from the overall team’s strategy to boycott the anthem. Retaliation level- pro!
“They have a huge danger warning buzzer going off right now because if this happens on the Raiders, it could happen on any team as different decisions are made … as times are divided.”
A team representative was asked about this development, to which the hosts replied they would be “blackballed.”
Even TV Host Bill O’Reilly explained how this was totally illegal to do, especially as far as the game was concerned. For that, as Riely analyzed, the players deserve to spend time in prison.
Carr’s injuries are a little bit too obvious to be taken for granted. According to one of Carr’s black teammates, Carr could “stand alone on the field,” which ignites even bigger suspicions about the true story behind his injury. The NFL is now facing one of the already many scandals related to the anthem protests, which will bring additional trouble and financial gain for that matter if the trend continues. Nothing goes unpunished, and neither will this.
There are certain things that go beyond liberal pride, and the country is certainly one of those things. Violence is, too.