Richie Incognito is like a cancerous tumor. Once you surgically remove it and incinerate it with the rest of the biological waste it doesn't return to hurt anyone. Ross Tucker of NBC Sports is a shining example of a much larger and more entrenched problem.
Near the end of this video he expresses approximately the same opinion as Mike Ditka did in my previous post. And at about two minutes and twenty two seconds into this video he does it again. Completely ignoring what happened when Bryan Boyd stood up for himself against the awesome and oh so manly heroes of Texas Christian University, he blames bullying on the victim's unwillingness to "stand up for himself." Then he states that he's "not blaming the victim."
Actually Ross...you are blaming the victim.
Ross Tucker's decision to blame the victim and then state that he isn't blaming the victim reminds me of the classic bullying tactic of holding a smaller, weaker victim down, hitting him with his own hand, and loudly yelling to his admiring audience of bully enablers, "He's hitting himself! Look everybody! He's hitting himself!"
Ross Tucker of NBC Sports...one more bully enabler who makes it really easy for the next Timothy McVeigh, Eric Harris, or Adam Lanza to rationalize that Americans are vile, soulless, loathsome creatures worthy of only the most horrific punishment.
Sleep soundly Ross. The next group of parents who have to bury their children thank you.