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NFL Sports Journalist Proposes Boycott Skittles Lynch weird act

NFL Sports Journalist Proposes Boycott Skittles Lynch’s weird act

Unite sports journalists: It’s time to boycott Skittles,” writes columnist Ed Sherman, who moved his pen today to be with his latest hot scorch the earth take. The Goal? None other than media punching bag Marshawn Lynch. Get them Sherm!

NFL Sports Journalist Proposes Boycott Skittles Lynch’s weird act
NFL Sports Journalist Proposes Boycott Skittles Lynch’s weird act


Skittles should as a poison for every sport journalists, who are asking for respect in dealing with athletes.

You see, Marshawn Lynch stance with the media has evolved to refer to more than just not want. It is now a marketing tool.

Skittles, which is part of Lynch’s strange act, helped the Seattle running back campaign to mock the media this week. It was Lynch to do a fake press conference. He chews handful of candy sitting in front of a Skittles logo.

NFL proposes skittles boycott punishment
NFL proposes skittles boycott punishment

The whole thing is very lame. He opens his words: “I am grateful for the opportunity to have Skittles me questions today.”

Of course he is. Skittles probably paid him big money for the charade, probably much more than those pesky reporters who insist on asking him real questions.

Ouch! The take! It burns!

Looking down, take the rainbow, Sherman even went to our dear friend Marcus Hayes, quoting Here are digested whose individual hot take.

Unfortunately Sherman column is as incoherent and unconvincing as that of Hayes. Even worse, he tries to end the article with a lame joke about something decaying Skittles your writing skills?

Frankly, Skittles are not so good anyway. Bad texture and way too sweet. Also, while it supposedly makes no documented studies, eating Skittles your LEDES much more boring.

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