I'll be the first to say that Richard Sherman and I don't agree on everything. Hell, if we did then I would have weekly heart palpitations from all the beer, wings, and bitching every single time a pass is completed or a flag is thrown against the Seattle secondary. If we were always on the same page then I would have to convert to being a Seahawks fan because it takes a level of bias that can only be displayed by the 12's to empathize with all of Richard Sherman's incessant whining on the field. We do, however, happen to have something in common and that is a very clear understanding of the NFL's undying hypocrisy off the field. Granted, it's gotten a little stale listening to a loudest man in football find new ways to repeat the same rants, but if there is one thing that never gets old then it's bathroom humor.
I suppose the criticism for 'Thursday Night Football' is a little overblown considering the fact that enough people hate-watch it to keep it on the air, but it's tough to argue that there is a better way to describe the general level of play than "poopfest". I'll admit that I lack a familiarity with poopfests, but I would imagine that they aren't all that asthetically pleasing. In fact, I would go out on a limb and guess that if I had to pick one poopfest to tune into it would be a late-week NFL game, but that doesn't mean that late-week NFL game is anything more than the least poopy of fests. Football is football, but if we are speaking in the interest of full disclosure then I think we can all agree that the football we watch on Thursdays can most accurately be described as the PG equivalent of a shit-show.