Michael Irvin: Russell Wilson ‘Not Black Enough’ Criticism Because He Won’t “Make It Rain” With Teammates
Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin talked to Mike Meltser and Seth Payne on Mad Radio on SportsRadio 610 Friday. During their conversation the questions, that were originally brought up by Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman, about Russell Wilson not being ‘black enough’ came up.
Irvin took the time to get into the situation, claiming that the thoughts of other players thinking Wilson and other African-American quarterbacks might not be “black enough” is more because of the work ethic for their position than anything else.
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Russell Wilson story where an unnamed player said he wasn’t black enough, his thoughts on the Percy Harvin trade and how Michael Vick will help him as well as his take on the Texans right now and the quarterback situation.
Boomer Esiason was on In The Loop and Mike and Seth dissect his comments on Bill O’Brien.
Former Oilers and Titans safety and current sportstalk host in Nashville Blaine Bishop joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Titans going with Zach Mettenberger on Sunday, the early reviews of new head coach Ken Whisenhunt, the poor Titans defense and Michael Griffin’s sub par performance.
Will James Harden improve his defense this upcoming season?
Quarterback guru George Whitfield joined Mad Radio and they discussed the top four quarterbacks in college football, Marcus Mariota, Connor Cook, Bryce Petty and Jameis Winston.
Is there anyone still against sports gambling?
Mike is tired of people bringing up Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Harvard education in regards to football skill.
Paul Bessire of PredictionMachine.com joined Mad Radio and they discussed the Texans’ chances of defeating the Steelers on Monday Night as well as their odds to make the postseason.
Andrew Fillipponi of 937 The Fan in Pittsburgh joined Mike and Seth on MaD Radio to discuss bandwagon Baylor fans, reactionary Steelers fans and Pittsburgh’s chances in anticipation of the Texans Steelers Monday Night Football game.