No word of a lie there. What did me in was when I took a break from things that were causing me so much pain. It's almost like when your body is taking that much of a beating it just adapts to it. Then when something happens where you have no choice but to take a break and get one thing fixed, your whole body just says "nope, I'm done".
I bought an '09 Escape for the wife. She loves it. Dude those are good vehicles. That same model run is still like every other car we see. Keep the oil changed and the tires rotated they will pretty much run forever.
In principle I do agree with you that it should be handled behind closed doors. That's the old school way of doing business.
Unfortunately, in this case, the media was asking for it and they eventually got it for one reason, instead of just reporting news, the media wanted to set the narrative. So this is where I have to point out the difference between how we both feel things should have been handled and how they were handled. That is not to say the media shouldn't ask these questions, but in this case certain of them were not asking questions. They were hearing rumors and making things up, at least some of them.
Glad this is over. Let's play some ball!
Wentz was as good in 2019 as Rivers was in 2020, and there's no question he has greater physical ability. (He played a complete season in 2019, by the way. No games missed due to injury since 2018.) The "four mediocre seasons vs 1 good season" narrative has been debunked, but continues to rear its ugly head. It's not true.
You don't have to be a Wentz fan to acknowledge basic facts. He might not get back to 2019 form, much less 2017 form. But there's an obvious bias from this writer.