ESPN Blows Up Adam "Pacman" Jones Incident


As expected, ESPN is blowing up the Adam Jones incident without really knowing what happened. What irks me from the start is that ESPN acts like it is their story, when CBS-11 broke it, and I was the first to send it out to the blogosphere. 

No one knows what really happened, but it might not matter. If Adam Jones is suspended, the Dallas Cowboys are forced to rely on two rookie cornerbacks, Mike Jenkins and Orlando Scandrick, to carry them through the season.

I say that because it appears Terence Newman might need surgery on his pulled groin. The situation is not that serious because neither Pacman Jones nor Terence Newman have performed lights-out football so far this year. But it certainly thins out the secondary. Evan Oglesby anyone?

All of this is hypothetical, but if you listen to ESPN, you could be led to conclude that Pacman Jones’ NFL career is over and the Dallas Cowboys are in a world of hurtin’.  But it is very important to note that ESPN hasn’t really been right in ages. 


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