LeSean McCoy Got Some Support From Just About The Worst Possible Person In The Wake Of Damning Domestic Violence Allegations
I think we all know that LeSean McCoy, as it stands, is innocent until proven guilty. Even if he doesn't have the greatest track record of being a remotely good person, there's enough hearsay surrounding this story (for which the accused has an alibi) to hold off on jumping to conclusions. If he's even 10% as awful of a human as is being alleged then the justice system will (Lord willing) do him far more damage than any presumably biased Instagram ever could, but there's still enough skepticism to question whether he's truly one slap of a senior citizen short of hitting the superfecta of domestic violence.
That being said, things aren't exactly looking too sunny for Shady right about now. Those wounds were extremely disturbing to look at regardless of who inflicted them, and - considering the NFL's reliance on a Kangaroo Court - that alone doesn't bode well for the accused. For that reason, you might think a vote of confidence/declaration of innocence from literally anyone with even the slightest knowledge of the situation would behoove him in the court of pubic opinion.
Unfortunately, you'd only be about 99.9% correct. You see, there is only a handful of voices that would ring hallow in support of LeSean McCoy, and one of them definitely belongs to the person that just rained in on the subject with a tweet storm in his defense...
I say the following with sadness because it's starting to sound like the result of an obvious case of CTE, but - given his actions of late - it's basically a coin flip as to whether or not Richie Incognito knows what planet he's on at any given time. He might have/have had insider info, but the legitimacy of it became forever compromised when he showed up at a public gym and started playing dodgeball with dumbbells while spouting more delusional nonsense than Randy Quaid's character in Independence Day...
Like, if Richie was totally "with us" then he would have realized that his word is currently as strong as that of homeless man preaching about the rise of Satan from the corner of a busy city block and shut the hell up. Even if you ignore both the bullying scandal and his general point of view on just about every single sensitive subject, an offseason that would have been better off Incognito is enough to discredit the former Buffalo Bill and his biased ruling on battered women, children, and pets.
How much truth is included in that damning social media post that paints LeSean McCoy as the juiced up combination of all the worst parts of Michael Vick, Adrian Peterson, and Ray Rice is still up for debate. However, if he's looking to strengthen his side of it then calling Chip Kelly to the stand would somehow make for a more beneficial character witness than the one he just got.