Marijuana should be legalized, and I don't care if any players use it (how could I fault them for it? ), but I don't think he should be out driving a car while stoned. I do mind that. He can afford a ride.
I'm a fan of ending prohibition. The violence and destruction that affects many for doing what amounts to be victimless crimes is unreal. If you like to read about this stuff check out "Chasing the Scream". Regarding Jones - pay for a driver. It's not all that difficult to avoid this trouble. Being tolerant to those who want to partake is one thing, but keep it private and off the public roads.
In this day and age of the media looking for that instant controversy, I find it extremely interesting it has taken almost 2 months for this to become public. Wouldn't surprise me if the local reporters F with MM over that; when did he become aware, why he wasn't disciplined by the team, etc.
LOL, GBFFL ! I would be hard on him as a juror. Not because he smoked pot, but not having a valid license is being a poor citizen. There are responsibilities in life to the community one lives in. Speeding @ 24 over (79 in a 55) is just....stupid. Doing it without a license is... stupider. I might give him a pass on being stoned. I'd be much more interested to know if he was actually impaired to the point he was having trouble controlling his car before I make a judgement. Like I'm not ...
Aaron Jones is worth a 2nd round pick today. He’s worth a 1st rounder if he’s used correctly. Hes not Kamara. But he’s next door with a better outdoor grill. Aaron Jones is the biggest mistake Mike ever made after Winston Moss.
IMO Jones is definitely worth a first round pick. I think hes a stud rb. In our weak OL plus pass happy offense he still excels. In a run heavy offense with blockers, hed go ape shit. Curious if Kamara and Jones switched teams, what the result would be
Jones bulked up over the off season. I forget the amount, but IIRC he gained like 7-8 pounds of muscle mass in hopes he'd absorb hits and avoid injury. He also carried the ball 23 times and had 27 touches. I cannot fathom McStubborn ever allowing that. Im not saying Jones could handle that over 16 games, but it's still refreshing to see a HC actually willing to RTFB.
So Aaron Jones was fined $10,527 for his wave to Cowboys CB Byron Jones when scoring his 3rd TD. Even tho he was not penalized on the play the No Fun League came down hard on him. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story...-cowboys-byron-jones
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