I love freshly baked sliced bread. I don’t know of anyone who doesn’t love sliced bread, except maybe people who can’t have gluten or anything else found in bread.
Which reminds me, how overrated is Jarryd Hayne? Don’t answer that. It’s a rhetorical question.
Because he is a former NRL (National Rugby League) star here in Australia, the media clings on and hypes him up like he is a member of the Kardashian family.
The way the media writes about him every chance they can get, you would be forgiven for thinking he is curing cancer or doing something worthy of the media spotlight other than fumbling the ball and letting his team down.
I am not trying to say that Hayne is not talented, because he is. But let’s be honest: he is no NFL star… yet. The guy has only played a mere few games of NFL, he is anything close to being a valuable player. In their hearts the San Francisco 49ers know Jarryd while he might be a nice guy, just being nice and Australian doesn’t make you a star.
In their latest game against the Seattle Seahawks, the 49ers have put Hayne on the “inactive list” which is code for the, “Sit there, clap for your team and don’t fumble the ball.” list. Although many might agree since his debut, Hayne has been on the inactive list because he has had little more activity than a dead corpse on the field.
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) October 22, 2015
Maybe if the 49ers signed a loaf of fresh sliced bread, things might have worked out a little better for them this year. It seems the 49ers are struggling to make ground this season and their chances of making the playoffs are dangling on a short rope.
The truth of the matter is the Seahawks are a very strong team and they can’t afford having Hayne dropping the ball. When you’re barely holding on, every mistake can be a matter of winning or losing. I am sure that Hayne being put on the inactive list is not the end of the world, the sun will rise tomorrow people.
Do you think Jarryd Hayne likes freshly sliced bread, or does his training regime forbid delicious carbohydrates like bread?