So here’s Demovsky talking to Davante Adams about his failure to reach 1,000 yards in any season. Hint: Davante doesn’t care, still thinks he’s one of the best receivers in the NFL (might be), and wants respect (should have it).
There’s that in a nutshell. All you need to know about it.
Here’s the amusing part. Left tackle David Bakhtiari, who has a locker close to Adams, starts to chime in.
And we’ll print what he actually said…
“It’s the adversity he went through that makes him so great,” Bakhtiari said. “I’ve commended him from when he had his shit that he went through, there was a fork in the road. He could have went one of two ways. He could’ve been a shitbird — just a talent who couldn’t pick it up — or he could go the other direction. And he decided, ‘I’m not going to let you guys or anyone else write my story.'”
Almost as nice as my favorite word — shitheel.
DBak, feel free to use that next time. In this manner — Davante Adams could have been a shitheel.
But it keeps going.
Now that The Persian Aversion has thrown money in the swear jar, let’s amp it up!
“I feel like you guys have asked it in different ways but at the end of the day it was never a matter of me not being a good player or I slacked off in the offseason and came in bullshitting or something like that,” Adams said. “I didn’t play the way I wanted to based on an injury, but during the season I’m not going to say that. People don’t care. But when you have a lingering ankle all year and then you tear your ACL in the playoff when it’s my coming out (party) — which was a late coming out game, I admit — but those are the things right there.”
So that was supposed to be your cotillion? Your journey into womanhood?
Swears all over the place!
Not wholesome, and some Green Bay Packers fans who are offended by this site would be appalled. Appalled, I say!
How dare they!
Packers players swear. Holy hell, Batman!
But here’s the more important thing. We just came up with a bomb-ass and completely relevant nickname for David Bakhtiari. He’s The Persian Aversion.
We will be referring to him as such henceforth.