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Josh Gordan's arrest

  • ditka80
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Posted: 7/5/2014 5:47 PM

Josh Gordan's arrest 


Him getting arrested again shows just how valuable Bradon Marshall is to the team or any mentor...hell Carter for Moss back in the day! I'm glad we have him not only for his skill set but for how he's mentoring Jeffery and possibly Wilson.
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Posted: 7/5/2014 5:59 PM

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Posted: 7/5/2014 6:14 PM

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Gordon,s on the way out! another talented player that can,t get his shizzit together !  SAD noidea
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Posted: 7/5/2014 6:31 PM

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Posted: 7/5/2014 6:39 PM

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DWI before his other punishment comes down? This guy is seriously an idiot.  All the talent in in the world, but Schlitz for brains.
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Posted: 7/5/2014 11:12 PM

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It will be interesting to see what his BA was. Another arrested Nfl player.
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Posted: 7/6/2014 10:15 AM

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Northsiders wrote: It will be interesting to see what his BA was. Another arrested Nfl player.

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Via @ JustinQberry of WNCN-TV in North Carolina, Josh Gordon's BAC at the time of his stop was .09, just over the legal limit of .08.



 

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Posted: 7/6/2014 10:21 AM

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It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



 

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Posted: 7/6/2014 2:00 PM

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He has an elite size/skill combo. If he can pull his head out someone will give him a chance. But it seems he is on his way to being another Charles Rodgers.

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Posted: 7/6/2014 10:49 PM

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I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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Posted: 7/7/2014 5:34 AM

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Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.
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Posted: 7/7/2014 2:07 PM

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PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

"Illusions Micheal, illusions. Tricks are something that a whore does for money.....or cocaine". - Gob Bluth
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Posted: 7/7/2014 2:25 PM

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Gordon isn't going to become a teetotaler overnight.   He's already headed for a year suspension so maybe he's getting it out of his system now.  Either way, he's headed down a tough road.... 
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

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Posted: 7/7/2014 2:44 PM

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Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
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Posted: 7/7/2014 3:10 PM

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PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
His rap sheet is a mile long already:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Gordon

And as far as your ideas on what the DUI standard should be or shouldn't be, just don't be on the road when myself or my family is and we are all good.
"Illusions Micheal, illusions. Tricks are something that a whore does for money.....or cocaine". - Gob Bluth
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Posted: 7/7/2014 3:25 PM

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Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
His rap sheet is a mile long already:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Gordon

And as far as your ideas on what the DUI standard should be or shouldn't be, just don't be on the road when myself or my family is and we are all good.
Well, i don't drink so no problem there.noidea  My opinion is not based on personal experience. I will take a look at his rap sheet, but as i said, it really does not influence my opinion of "This" offense. Unless he has had a history of drunk or impaired driving, that might carry some weight.
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Posted: 7/7/2014 3:32 PM

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PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
His rap sheet is a mile long already:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Gordon

And as far as your ideas on what the DUI standard should be or shouldn't be, just don't be on the road when myself or my family is and we are all good.
Well, i don't drink so no problem there.noidea  My opinion is not based on personal experience. I will take a look at his rap sheet, but as i said, it really does not influence my opinion of "This" offense. Unless he has had a history of drunk or impaired driving, that might carry some weight.
If you don't drink then how would you know? Besides talk is they are going to lower it to .05 and rightfully so:

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/14/...ohol/index.html

Just need to do something about the ******* that cannot stop texting while driving.

And as far as Gordon goes, the stupid twat was already suspended for one year by the NFL. That alone makes this more then a "minor" issue. He should been on his best behavior or if he cannot help himself, have an IQ higher then a salad ball to have someone drive him around even if he had one drink all night.
"Illusions Micheal, illusions. Tricks are something that a whore does for money.....or cocaine". - Gob Bluth
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Posted: 7/7/2014 3:51 PM

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Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
His rap sheet is a mile long already:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Gordon

And as far as your ideas on what the DUI standard should be or shouldn't be, just don't be on the road when myself or my family is and we are all good.
Well, i don't drink so no problem there.noidea  My opinion is not based on personal experience. I will take a look at his rap sheet, but as i said, it really does not influence my opinion of "This" offense. Unless he has had a history of drunk or impaired driving, that might carry some weight.
If you don't drink then how would you know? Besides talk is they are going to lower it to .05 and rightfully so:

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/14/...ohol/index.html

Just need to do something about the ******* that cannot stop texting while driving.

And as far as Gordon goes, the stupid twat was already suspended for one year by the NFL. That alone makes this more then a "minor" issue. He should been on his best behavior or if he cannot help himself, have an IQ higher then a salad ball to have someone drive him around even if he had one drink all night.
   I've never drove a hot spike through my eye and i know it would hurt. Besides, i have not always been a non drinker and i never said i was one of the people that are not impaired at .09.  And to be clear, i have never had a dui or anything like that, i just choose not to drink. 
   We are on an NFL message board daily giving our opinions about NFL Football and i am thinking none of us have played NFL Football but i somehow need to be some sort of drunk to have an opinion regarding DUI's that differs from yours? Come on man.
   
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Posted: 7/7/2014 3:56 PM

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PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Cubfan41 wrote:
PeanutCB33 wrote:
Northsiders wrote: I would be curious to know how people feel about this vs. Washington. Face it, many of us have made the mistake of getting behind the wheel in this range. I don't condone it but it seems to be easier to do this vs a suspended license.

I think both are stupid and these guys have to be much smarter.


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--- jimmyray78 wrote:

It's hard to defend Josh Gordon because he has proven time and again that he is a complete idiot, but a .09 isn't necessarily "drunk". Having a few drinks with dinner can get your BAC to .09. In any case, he should know better. Especially when you are already facing a season long suspension.



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I think both are pretty much non-issues. Minor transgressions that really mean nothing and are not news worthy.

A DUI even with 0.9 is not a "minor transgression" especially when you have the rap sheet that JG does. Of course, he had a convicted felon bail his ass out of jail so he is working with all kinds of stupid here. He should not be drinking at all, the guy should be an AA and never have a illegal or legal substance again period.

  Northsiders asked and i responded with my opinion. I understand your disagreement but i feel it's minor. An opinion that the Law seems to agree with considering it is a Misdemeanor. I don't know much about his "rap" sheet and it really has nothing to do with how i view the severity of a misdemeanor offense. An opinion of mine that you would probably have a real problem with is my opinion that the DUI laws in this Country are out of hand, .09 for many people is not impaired to the point that i would consider them a danger. 

Same with the Washington thing, minor in my opinion. Does that mean i don't believe they are both a couple of idiots? Not at all.
His rap sheet is a mile long already:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Gordon

And as far as your ideas on what the DUI standard should be or shouldn't be, just don't be on the road when myself or my family is and we are all good.
Well, i don't drink so no problem there.noidea  My opinion is not based on personal experience. I will take a look at his rap sheet, but as i said, it really does not influence my opinion of "This" offense. Unless he has had a history of drunk or impaired driving, that might carry some weight.
If you don't drink then how would you know? Besides talk is they are going to lower it to .05 and rightfully so:

http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/14/...ohol/index.html

Just need to do something about the ******* that cannot stop texting while driving.

And as far as Gordon goes, the stupid twat was already suspended for one year by the NFL. That alone makes this more then a "minor" issue. He should been on his best behavior or if he cannot help himself, have an IQ higher then a salad ball to have someone drive him around even if he had one drink all night.
   I've never drove a hot spike through my eye and i know it would hurt. Besides, i have not always been a non drinker and i never said i was one of the people that are not impaired at .09.  And to be clear, i have never had a dui or anything like that, i just choose not to drink. 
   We are on an NFL message board daily giving our opinions about NFL Football and i am thinking none of us have played NFL Football but i somehow need to be some sort of drunk to have an opinion regarding DUI's that differs from yours? Come on man.
   
"Illusions Micheal, illusions. Tricks are something that a whore does for money.....or cocaine". - Gob Bluth
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Posted: 7/11/2014 11:33 AM

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I won't pretend that he isn't an idiot once you sum up every thing he has done, so long as people here will stop pretending that a .09 is so horrible that he should be burned at the stake.

I promise most of you at one time or another have been right around the limit and drove home just fine. It doesn't take much to get there.

And before the "he must have had DUI's to be defending them" crowd shows up, no I've never had one. Just saying, it is possible to be just fine at that level and most of us have been there admit it or not.
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