So Matt Leinart definitely doesn't understand this whole concept of karma, big deal. Can't we all just agree to give him a pass here. I am sure that the way his NFL career panned out still keeps him up some nights, so if thinking that Ken Whisenhunt's firing is the universe's way of righting some wrong that was done to him then hopefully it helps him rest easy. I am not sure how Whisenhunt, who has run some pretty successful NFL offenses, is responsible for Leinart's inability to play quarterback at the NFL level, but sometimes you just need a scapegoat. Especially when you are pretty high up on the list of busts in NFL history.
I think we should all adopt this way of thinking. A boss that once fired you gets laid off? Karma. Doesn't matter if you were terrible at your job and deserved to get canned. Girlfriend that dumped you gets played by the next guy she starts seeing? Karma. Doesn't matter that you never came within 100 yards of satisfying her physically or emotionally. A team that beats your team loses to a different team? Karma. Who cares that your team stunk? It's not your fault your team lost. It had to an act of God. That's karma, and there's no amount of logic and reasoning that can prove otherwise. Wouldn't everyone just be happier if they never felt responsible for a single bad thing that happened to them? You seen Matt Leinart lately? Fucking guy hasn't aged a day. Either he's got the best genes ever, or his inability to accept blame for any of his wrongdoing has him living the most stressless life ever. I started this blog making fun of him, but now I think I am just jealous. Carefree is the way to be, and Matt Leinart's nonsensical tweets and overall happiness are proving just that.
P.S. Love the move not to refer to the "Titan's coach" that he happens to hold a long standing grudge against by name. Bet you people won't even realize it was done completely out of spite.