Chuck Pagano Just Pinned Up The Final Piece Of Bulletin Board Material In The Patriots Locker Room When Talking About Dion Lewis
Yardbarker- The Indianapolis Colts, like the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Brown before them, gave up on New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis.
Lewis signed with the Colts on Sept. 9, 2014 and was released Sept. 16, 2014. He then sat out of the football for the remainder of the season before latching on with the Patriots as a futures signing in December.
Colts head coach Chuck Pagano claimed he didn’t remember Lewis’ stay in Indianapolis at all.
“Who’s that? Oh, I’ve got amnesia,” Pagano told reports in Indianapolis on Wednesday. “I have no idea. When was that?”
Lewis said he doesn’t have any extra motivation when playing against teams who gave up on him.
“Nah, I’m just trying to help my team win,” Lewis said. “That’s my motivation is going out there this week, preparing the best way I can. I gotta be ready to help my team win.”
“You got a guy that’s running the football extremely well for them, and the guy that comes in for him, he’s no slouch as we know,” Pagano said.
Well, there you have it folks. Chuck Pagano, that self loathing son of a bitch, just stomped the final nail into his own coffin. Good thing the Colts haven't made a hobby of getting embarrassed by the Patriots or anything. Good thing they aren't directly responsible for months upon months of lies, frustration, and court cases involving the New England Patriots. I can't even fault Chuck Pagano. He almost had to give this game the back story that it so desperately needed. It was either this or start to talking about the amount of air pressure in a football, and why would anyone ever do that?
Listen, I get that this was a joke directed at Dion Lewis, a player that spent a few days in the Colts organization last year. Haha, very funny. Except for the fact that 5th round picks that have been passed over by multiple teams generally don't forget the teams that passed them over. They definitely don't forget the teams that passed them over after only giving them a week to prove themselves. I think it's fair to say that Dion Lewis has something to prove to the franchise that was, either directly or indirectly, responsible for him spending a year out of professional football. Chuck Pagano may know who Dion Lewis is, but Dion Lewis is going to play like he doesn't, and with the way he has been playing as of late, that should be very scary for the Indianapolis Colts. Not scarier than facing a pissed off Tom Brady whose name got besmirched because of the fabrications of a butt hurt Colts franchise, but scary nonetheless. Lucas Oil Stadium is about to turn into a house of horrors for the Indianapolis Colts. A house of properly inflated, ridiculously shifty horrors. It's too bad they only have their head coach and the entirety of their front office to blame.