They just never learn

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For whatever reason superstar athletes think that they can get away with whatever they want.

Now, you can include Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Farve.

Evidence of Farve’s sexual harrassment of a former New York Jets in house reporter. When one thing comes out you can bet there is more to follow.

That has happened Friday as Deadspin, via Pro Football Talk, is reporting that Farve sent harrassing text messages to two former Jets massage therapists.

To make matters worst for Farve a husband of one of the therapist has went on record stating that they called the number back aske for an apology, but Farve refused.

The husband went on to say that they did save the messages and are currently contemplating going public.

As to why this hasn’t come out earlier the man said that they sought legal advice, but a lawyer stated that they had no legal recourse since they were contracted.

In the end, Farve is up the creek without a paddle.

Can the Bills beat the Jaguars?

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The Buffalo Bills were an absolute disaster last week against the New York Jets as they lost 38-14 with one touchdown in garbage time with 223 net yards on offense coming in that same time frame as well.

The question is can the Bills beat the Jaguars?

The answer from my perspective is no. The main reason is that the Bills faced the Jaguars last year and lost even though they held Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew to 66 yards rushing on 25 attempts.

This year the defense is worst, especially the run defense, and that means Jones-Drew is primed for a huge day running the football.

The Jets ran all day long and held the football for more than 40 minutes. It should be more of the same this week.

Also, the Bills pass defense is a mess as the the defense is still getting use to their 3-4 defense after switching from a 4-3 this year.

In the end, if the Bills do this week they could just go winless for the year.

A tough year for Haynesworth

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Washington Redskins defensive lineman has already had a tough year with the team changing over from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4.

However, things just got a whole lot worst for Haynesworth.

According to NFL Fanhouse, Haynesworth’s brother Lance McCoy was killed Thursday. night near Nashville, TN due to a motorcycle accident.

A police spokeswoman told the media McCoy was speeding at about 100 mph and was bobbing and weaving in and out of traffic.

This exactly why National Football League teams put into contracts that players aren’t allowed to ride motorcycles, because men sometimes tend to be real stupid on them.

Also, an injury on a motorcycle can alter a player’s career. The best example is Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. who has had numerous knee surgeries after a motorcycle accident.

In the end, it will be a miracle if Haynesworth even has an average season this year.