Sealed With a Kiss

Second-round pick Jimmy Garoppolo is the highest the Patriots have drafted a quarterback since 1993. (Ben Liebenberg/AP)
Second-round pick Jimmy Garoppolo is the highest the Patriots have drafted a quarterback since 1993. (Ben Liebenberg/AP)

Ten Things I Think I Think

I think these are my quick-hit thoughts on the draft:

a. Hey Mike Silver! Good choice, being in St. Louis! Why wasn’t I that smart?

b. Ryan Mallett might turn out to be a fine pro, but I don’t know how you’d know that after this three-year disappearing act with New England. He’s one for four, 17 yards, zero touchdowns, one pick. Career rating: 5.2.

c. Thus, Jimmy Garoppolo.

d. The Bengals traded up in the fourth round to take center Russell Bodine, who could start right away. According to Bengalologist Geoff Hobson, that’s the third time in the team’s 47-season history (and first time since 2002) that the Bengals have traded up in any draft.

e. May draft: “I haven’t met anyone in the league who likes it. Not coaches, not scouts, not GMs,” said Mike Mayock on air Saturday evening.

f. I know, having watched a lot of the draft on TV, what Niners CEO Jed York meant when he Tweeted near the end of round three: “Day 2 of the draft is over. Now we can watch the last 15 minutes of the draft on TV.” The NFL delayed the picks too often and for too long, and all for the TV show. Not a fan.

g. Classic boom-or-bust pick by Seattle in the fourth round: defensive end Cassius Marsh of UCLA had 35 tackles behind the line in the past two seasons, started 36 games, and plays with the drive Pete Carroll will love.

h. Washington traded the pick to Dallas that the Cowboys used to draft a replacement for DeMarcus Ware—Demarcus Lawrence, pass-rusher from Boise State. So the pass-rusher Washington enabled Dallas to have will now chase Robert Griffin III twice a year.

i. Thought the Bills overpaid in acquiring running back Bryce Brown from Philly (a fourth-rounder next year that can turn into a third depending on performance), but look at it this way: Buffalo essentially traded Stevie Johnson, who was out the door, and fetched a four from San Francisco, for Brown.

j. Kudos to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald for nailing the Dolphins’ first-round pick, long-shot Tennessee tackle Ju’Wuan James, days before the draft. Great job on an unlikely direct hit.

k. And kudos to Neil Hornsby of Pro Football Focus. On Friday morning he wrote that San Francisco would be the perfect fit for the being-shopped Stevie Johnson. Four hours later Buffalo traded Johnson to the Niners.

l. Good for the Dolphins for fining and suspending defensive back Don Jones for being an idiot on Twitter after Michael Sam got drafted. 

2. I think Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III’s season-opener just got a lot more interesting. He’ll have to face J.J. Watt coming from the left, Jadeveon Clowney from the right. On the road, in roaring Reliant Stadium. Yikes. Put on your track shoes, Robert.

3. I think, speaking of season-openers, I’ll be glued to the super-fast Brandin Cooks, the Saints’ first-rounder, on the rug inside the Georgia Dome. To me, that’s the game of the day on Sunday afternoon in Week 1: Have the Falcons done enough on defense to stop the Saints from scoring a ton with that scary offense? The biggest new Saint on opening day in Atlanta in 17 weeks, however, might be New Orleans’ second-rounder, 6-3 corner Stanley Jean-Baptiste, because if the Saints can’t match up with Julio Jones they might have to score 48 instead of 28 to win.

4. I think I watched a lot of draft-weekend TV, and the biggest star to me was Rich Eisen. He’s come a long way—and I don’t mean because he was ever no good. He’s always been good. But when he left ESPN to go to NFL Network, I thought, “My God, the guy’s going to be co-opted by the league, and he’s going to be Mr. Houseman.” And we all know that he, as the face of NFLNet, has to do a lot of things that border on overt promotion for the league. But it’s “NFL” Network. He knew that when he took the job.
This weekend he was John Stockton to his smart football panelists—Mike Mayock is simply the best, and Daniel Jeremiah was good too (except when giving every team a glowing report card after the draft, because draft report cards the night of day three are the height of folly)—and he was really good in challenging his panel in the 240s, when Michael Sam was still on the board. Eisen asked, incredulously, how a Marist defensive end (Terrence Fede) could be picked at 234, with the SEC defensive player of the year, Sam, still on the board. The answer is complicated; Fede is a legitimate prospect, and he deserves credit for working his way into being draftable. But it’s a smart question, a question all of America was asking, and good for Eisen for pressing his football men on it.

5. I think, not to try to get in Richard Deitsch’s kitchen or anything, but I applaud, too, Seth Markman, ESPN senior coordinating producer for NFL programming. He’s the man who runs ESPN’s NFL studio shows, and he’s the one who had to make the calls about the Michael Sam video—including him weeping like a baby when he got the call from the Rams that he was drafted, and including the stunning kiss with his boyfriend that all of America got to see. Turns out the video was tape-delayed by a few minutes, and Markman told me Saturday night he never had a chance to see the tape before it rolled.
ESPN was following Sam with a camera because he is being given the “Arthur Ashe Courage Award” at the ESPYs this year. Markman said all day, as Sam waited to be picked, the ESPN truck outside Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan had a live feed of his draft gathering, but just before the Rams picked, the feed went out. The camera on site was still recording the video of the moment, but the ESPNers in the truck weren’t seeing it. Finally, when the satellite feed came back up a couple of minutes after the pick, the video of Sam getting the phone was available, and Markman didn’t have time to view it—the news was so fresh and so immediate, he just had to run the video. “My job is to document the moment,” Markman said. The moment was too real not to. ESPN will get a mountain of criticism for airing two gay men kissing, but the network shouldn’t. ESPN aired reality. It was gripping TV.

6. I think Oakland GM Reggie McKenzie might have gotten two of the 10 best players in this draft, when history looks at it. Buffalo pass rusher Khalil Mack (who didn’t look too thrilled to be a Raider, by the way) and Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr are going to be franchise cornerstones. The Carr part, of course, assumes that he can be protected, and McKenzie could have gotten more O-line help with his eight picks than a single guard, third-rounder Gabe Jackson of Mississippi State.

7. I think it’s hard to not like what Pittsburgh did. Ryan Shazier can be next in the line of outside rushers (and five or six teams wanted him badly in the late teens or 20s) developed by Dick LeBeau. Stephon Tuitt has the body type to be a 3-4 Steeler end, good against the run and with potential to rush the quarterback. The fastest player in the draft, Dri Archer, will be used as a Darren Sproles type—very good value at 97 overall. The boom-or-bust pick is Clemson wideout Martavis Bryant, a 4.4-speed long-strider at 6-3 ¾. Will he be Limas Sweed? Or will he work to become a complete and more physical receiver, which Ben Roethlisberger needs badly right now? Either way he’s a good fourth-round risk.

8. I think Bill Belichick doesn’t have a lot of love for the internet. As he told longtime Pats beat man Tom Curran: “You should go talk to the geniuses that are online. I don’t know.  My Face, Your Face, Instant Face.”

TALK BACK

Have a question or comment for Peter? Email him at talkback@themmqb.com and it might be included in Tuesday’s mailbag.

9. I think I am so pleased that Bill Nunn, who scouted for the Steelers for 46 years and died last Tuesday night at 89, had his moment in the sun on draft weekend. One of his protégés, Buffalo GM Doug Whaley, used advice from Nunn (“Do not ever be afraid to make a big move if you believe in it strongly”) as one of the spurs to deal his 2015 first- and fourth-round picks to simply move up five spots to take the No. 1 player on the Bills’ draft board, wideout Sammy Watkins of Clemson. Think of the significance. The biggest trade of the 2014 draft happened 48 hours after Nunn died—and it was pulled off by two African-American general managers …. Whaley and Ray Farmer of the Cleveland Browns.
Importantly, Nunn mentored Whaley from the time Whaley was a 23-year-old intern in the scouting department of the Steelers in the mid-’90s. “I’m glad you brought that up,” Whaley told me when we spoke late Thursday night. “I want to talk about how much Bill Nunn meant to my career, and my life.”
Whaley knows he has taken a colossal gamble by dealing so much to simply move up five spots. But he’s okay with it. At first I was not. But here’s how I see it. The number one player on Buffalo’s board was Watkins. Buffalo had the ninth pick in the draft. They used two prime picks next year to move up five spot to get him, and let’s face it—the first-round pick, judging by recent Bills history, could be a top 10 pick. This is not a move I would have made, but if you have to pay two number one picks to get the best player on your draft board at a crucial position for your team, I can see why Whaley did it.

10. I think these are my non-football thoughts of the week:

a. “We’re gay. We have boyfriends.” That was the reaction of Brooklyn center Jason Collins when told Michael Sam and his partner kissed on national TV Saturday.

b. We need to care about Boko Haram and the Nigerian abductions. We’re a civilized society, and we need to act.

c. Welcome to the world, Nicholas Alexander Marvez (son of FOX Sports’ Alex Marvez). Nicholas Alexander weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces, and was born at 1:13 p.m. Tuesday. “I have some new favorite numbers in my life, not to mention a healthy baby boy,” Marvez emailed over the weekend. “Overwhelming.” Alex will be a great dad. I can’t wait to see Nicholas’ mullet in a few years.

d. That was a hit in the Yu Darvish near no-hitter, the ball that dropped between the second baseman and right fielder. The scorer gave Alex Rios an error, and I agree with Harold Reynolds: That looked like the kind of play that 95 percent of official scorers would call a hit if a no-hitter wasn’t on the line.

e. Saw “The Grand Hotel Budapest.” Very cute and quirky. Not the best movie of the year, but two hours well spent.

f. Anyone notice this NHL oddity? Each Western Conference playoff series (Anaheim-Los Angeles, Chicago-Minnesota) was tied 2-2 entering Game 5 of the Wild-Hawks series Sunday night. All four games of Kings-Ducks had been won by the visitors. All five games of Wild-Blackhawks have been won by the home team.

g. Coffeenerdness: Thanks, Bongo Java in Nashville, for the great latte the other day. Artfully done.

h. Beernerdness: Tried the Yazoo Pale Ale the other night in Nashville. That is one fresh, hoppy, crisp beer. Looked like a good local craft beer scene in Nashville. I hope to experience more of it one day.

i. Did ump Laz Diaz embarrass himself the other night in the Yankees-Angels game or what? Amazing tht baseball lets umps get away with looking so foolish, egging on pitchers and managers—which is exactly what Diaz did.

j. May 7 in Atlanta: 94 degrees on my rental car’s dashboard. Did I miss spring?

The Adieu Haiku

Sam’s a Ram. What now?
The buzz will die down. And then:
Can he sack QBs?

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ShaneMac
ShaneMac

For the most part Mr. King, a pretty good article.  I am a man of no biases but my only complaint on the Michael Sam issue was not the immediate showing of the impact and emotion of the selection of Mr. Sam and his celebratory embraces with his partner, but with the latter tones of self-congratulatory behavior shown by the St. Louis Rams, the NFL, ESPN and now you, Mr. King.   We all knew whichever team that drafted or signed Mr. Sam were to be championed at breaking a tolerance barrier long overdue in an overt way in the NFL.  We finally know of one player in the midst of dozens that are perhaps trying to express that their choices are also acceptable.  It will be slow in coming in this league especially but there is hope.

So, now time for a joke.

ShaneMac
ShaneMac

If Sam Bradford married Michael Sam, he would be Sam Sam.

ColoradoVentura
ColoradoVentura

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tdrurak
tdrurak

I find it unbelievable how much hatred there is in this world.  It's so sad.  That was a great article Peter.

Thomas15
Thomas15

Black Americans who don't tune in to michael sam's reality TV show every week are homophobes.

White Americans who don't tune in every week, are homophobes AND racists. 


And for the record: when human beings have a visceral reaction to a hissing snake, they don't HATE the snake per se. It is not a considered, contemplative action. It is not an intellectual action. They don't call them GUT-reactions for nothing.  But rather have in their DNA some lesson handed down by evolution through the centuries. Hissing snakes are dangerous. 


For that reason the vast majority of men who are repulsed sometimes to the point of physical sickness by the sight of a man kissing a man, or even the thought of it, are not evil homophobes, bent on persecution. Like the example of the hissing snake, they too have in their DNA some knowledge handed down by evolution; men kissing men is wrong. NOT morally wrong. Religion has nothing to do with this. I imagine it has to do with the survival of the species, just as the hissing snake does on a more individual level. 


But I refuse to be demonized because something turns my stomach. Either there's something wrong with me. Or there's something wrong with that behavior. I know which it is. And men should have to take a beating because they have the guts to say it out loud. 

SteveRowFla
SteveRowFla

I bet my wife that Michael Sam would be the lead, and we'd be beaten over the head with him by PK.  I win.

CGGymDog
CGGymDog

You know, one thing I would have liked to see Peter address was the antics of Jon Gruden on ESPN. As much as he was touting Manziel as The Next Big Thing, you'd have thought he was getting a fee from Manziel's agent. 

Buck2185
Buck2185

Peter, why you and other writers keep writing about the POS Sam is only making the problem worse. Wasn't the kiss, on national television, enough for you? Great lesson for our children. It is apparent you like that kind of thing since you can't stop covering it. Please do the majority of us a favor and go suck face with Sam in private and quit writing about him...

Jon1979
Jon1979

Since the Browns have said they don't expect Manziel to be their starting quarterback to begin the season, and since the Rams pretty much have their starting defensive ends set in place for 2014, come August 23 we could see the most media coverage ever of the fourth quarter of a preseason football game.


St Louis at Cleveland. First home game of the season for the Browns. First road game for the Rams and a final period where -- once the subs come in -- could see Michael Sam trying to chase down Johnny Manziel. They may not even both doing any highlights on SportsCenter that night of any part of the game before 10 p.m.

Catch2209
Catch2209

Why have cameras at a gay bar for the draft? My problem with the whole thing being played out on espn is as a white straight male can I have a white only straight bar? Gays get what they want, blacks have affirmative action, Hispanics get free health care. As a white married father where can I go? Can I open a white only bar for men who like women? Protesters would shut it down. I don't watch football with my son to watch black and white guys tongue each other. It was a sad day for America that this crap was on espn. It was the last place I expected it. Ufc here I come

Googie
Googie

Mr. King....the world can change and you can feast your eyes on two men kissing.....but for me and just about

anyone I know, I'll reach for the remote, or look the other way and have no guilt in doing so....Just because the

"world is changing" does not mean I have to accept it or praise it or believe in it.


SkokieDog
SkokieDog

"The world is changing, and the Rams and Sam and the NFL and ESPN made a seminal moment of it Saturday." 

Peter, I believe that your Freudian slip is showing. 

largebill68
largebill68

Peter, Some reporter needs to ask NFL about the disparity in their punishment system. Ray Rice beats his girlfriend unconscious and gets no punishment. Another guy smokes some weed and faces a year long suspension. Really? Is that how NFL views the two offenses?

vinskyvin
vinskyvin

This is no big deal , watching the fruit brute kissing his whatever, gross.He is a very sick man.my condolences to his family

davidhd
davidhd

Michael Sam being gay shouldn't be a story, but oh well, let those that care have a celebration. The only problem, for him, is that he was drafted by a team with a great young defensive line, and he might not play a whole lot, like many other 7th round picks. He might have been better off not being drafted, ironically, because he could have signed with a team with a less competitive defensive line situation. 

KevinBrown2
KevinBrown2

If we're not suppose to care about other people's sexual orientation, why do we obsess about a 7th round draft pick? Why would someone feel compelled to make a public statement about their sexual orientation, for that matter? Apparently Sam thinks we ought to care. If it doesn't matter, it doesn't matter. You can't have it both ways.

madmanTX
madmanTX

The error in the Darvish near no-hitter wasn't a factor, so why mention it? That's a bit of saying "this is what my argument was going to be had my beloved Red Sox been no hit". You won't hear Ranger fans whining about Darvish not getting the no no. There's a reason why the rest of the county hates NY and Boston teams and their fans: whining.

daveg2011
daveg2011

OK enough about sam....is being gay the cool thing to be right now???

not right for 2 men kissing on national tv....what does that say to our youth??? not OK!!!!!

Mat X
Mat X

So a quip about New England loving slot receivers and no mention of Wes Welker?  Zzzzzzzzzz

leon1376
leon1376

Sorry, Peter King, "the world" is not changing - only Europe with a bearded woman singer and America with two men French-kissing. About a billion Muslims think the western world is slowly going insane. Ditto that for another billion Chinese a couple hundred million Russians. All the "two guys kissing" video has done is give Iran and al-Qaeda bulletin board material. 

Bahia
Bahia

peter king was really unique in the beginning when he wrote about stories that were behind the scene in the world of the NFL, but it's not simple anymore because of the nfl's popularity and political issues such as brain injuries, guns, political correctness, and acceptance of homosexuality. And he took a political stance based upon his personal belief for which he would be judged. i suppose you can read don banks if you want to avoid the politics, but peter king has now established himself as who he is.

Buck2185
Buck2185

@tdrurak What are you talking about? The article sucked, as does anything that comes from Peter....

BushidoBrownsRevenge
BushidoBrownsRevenge

@Thomas15  Im scared of hissing snakes because they can be dangerous and I dont remember any white people being called racist for not watching "Homeboys in outer space." Im not going to watch Micheal Sam's or AJ McCarron's reality show. I dont think that makes me a racist homophobe.

el80ne
el80ne

@CGGymDog Dude, Gruden does that just about every year for the QBs he sees as the stars of the class. You should have heard him in 2012 when he was promoting RG3 and Russell Wilson. He kept ripping the Rams for sticking with Bradford and almost grawled with Kiper for his dissing on Wilson. Gruden's very passionate when he he falls in love with a QB he has on his camp.

Go_Niners!
Go_Niners!

@Catch2209  Here's a hint: white straight people can go to gay bars frequented by other races if they like.  They're not racist bigots.  You are.  

BillRobinson
BillRobinson

Poor dear! I can't think of a white suburban community where you would have a problem finding a bar that has a white straight clientele. Why would you want one though? I feel sorry for your son.

Joss Wilson
Joss Wilson

@Googie  I bet you are one of these believers in "God." Newflash gay people are real, god isnt

BushidoBrownsRevenge
BushidoBrownsRevenge

@largebill68  Ray Rice has not been punished yet. Who knows what will happen once the legal system plays out. There is no public video of Rice striking her either. Gordon has failed his second drug test with his employers. The penalty for Gordon is excessive but they have the proof in the urine sample.

Go_Niners!
Go_Niners!

@vinskyvin  And mine to yours, as well as your friend and anyone with whom you interact.  

Folsom49er
Folsom49er

@davidhd



I hope Sam makes the Team & contributes so we can get away from what has become the "Sam's World" Media Extravaganza!

I'm happy for him but My Lord he's getting more Pub than Clowney & Manziel put together!

Look forward to having this Circus end tomorrow for at least a few weeks after Sam's News Conference (on a 7th Rounder)

ChitownTexan
ChitownTexan

@madmanTX  my thoughts exactly. Errors are stupid anyway. If an old slow short stop can't get to a ball in the gap it's a hit, but if a young fast short stop gets there but can't make the difficult play then it's an error. Stupid. If a guy gets on, it should be a hit instead of some arbitrary judgement about what might have happened. 


Plus, if you're going to have errors they should account for a ball falling directly between two players who were close enough to make the play but erred in communication. If you were rooting against the no-hitter, then you want that play to be a hit. If you were rooting for it, you want it to be an error.



dgm2126
dgm2126

@madmanTX  I dunno, Red Sox and Yankees have five titles between them since the turn of the century, to Texas' none ever. Maybe that's why you hate them. 

acieearl
acieearl

@daveg2011  It says that it is OK to love someone unconditionally, if you cannot explain that to your son, daughter or any other "youth" it is your problem.

dgm2126
dgm2126

@leon1376  So you're saying your on Al-Qaeda's side, basically. 

acieearl
acieearl

@leon1376  Good point, I guess we should consider al-Qaeda's feelings the next time two men or women kiss on television.  Make sure you don't look at the Swimsuit issue when it comes out we don't want Ayman al-Sawahiri to find out.

bofureturn
bofureturn

@leon1376  i guess king thinks the world means a few hundred million white western liberals.

leon1376
leon1376

@Bahia  Peter King has always been part of the Nancy Pelosi wing of the loony left. When I used to read him I'd be amused at how he'd work Man-made Global Warming or an anti-gun sneer into seemingly every article. He always struck me as being something of a pretentious, full of himself, supercilious fop. An American Piers Morgan, if you will. Imagine how thrilled he's going to  be when the first Conchita Wurst look-alike cheerleader shows up on the Cowboys sidelines. Gay and transvestite cheerleaders in the NFL! Woo-hoo!  

Go_Niners!
Go_Niners!

@Bahia  Yeah, it's amazing the anger people voice in the comments here.  There are lots of football writers - if King's opinions make you that angry, why are you here?  Some of these people are just crying for attention.

Go_Niners!
Go_Niners!

@vinskyvin  That should've been "friends".  The implication that you only have one friend, while quite possibly accurate given your unpleasant commentary, was accidental.

davidhd
davidhd

@VanHayhow @KevinBrown2  I agree with Kevin Brown 2, and here's why: 10 years ago, Michael Sam's coming out would have been courageous and newsworthy, but now? 


Nowadays an NBA owner loses his team for making a private racist comment, we have several openly gay athletes in other sports who are not only free from any public or private backlash, but are actually celebrated and applauded, we have gay rights marches in every city, we have gay marriage winning every court battle and those that oppose it being marginalized and shouted at in the media, with their churches being vandalized and their beliefs shamed, and being anti gay is far more likely to get you into trouble than actually being gay. I'm glad to live in a time with this type of acceptance and tolerance for all different cultures, lifestyles, and orientations, and I'm happy about all things peaceful and loving, but don't tell me someone is "courageous" for coming out nowadays.


Michael Sam came out at a time when coming out is celebrated, applauded, respected, and popular. He did nothing but help himself by doing so, and he probably wouldn't have been drafted otherwise. 



acieearl
acieearl

@leon1376 @Bahia  newsflash, there are plenty of lesbian/bi-sexual female cheerleaders in the nfl already. Are you oppose to them or only when men kiss?

MoeLarryAndJesus
MoeLarryAndJesus

@Go_Niners! @Bahia King's opinions don't make these dimwits angry.  These dimwits are angry 24 hours a day.  They thrive on anger.  Listen to conservative hate radio and anger is basically all you get.


I think they're mad because their kind is going down the road to extinction.  Think of them as dodo birds.

el80ne
el80ne

@davidhd @VanHayhow@KevinBrown2I'm not sure I agree. So what that they've come out in other sports? The barrier hadn't been broken in football, considered the most physical and 'alpha' of the major American sports. You're right that right now is a time when this stuff is being celebrated and applauded, but that's only by a vocal minority in the news media blowing it up. The reason they do is because it's still a shock to a lot of people, as you can tell here on this thread. Until it gains mainstream acceptance then to treat it as 'no big deal' when clearly most of society has other ideas, isn't being cognizant of the reality.

DoAStrikeout
DoAStrikeout

@RS#20 @MoeLarryAndJesus @Go_Niners! @Bahia  It's Judeo not Jew Dao. Look up the word Dao for some further context on why this is funny to me and others who know the word :D.


Also, the word Judeo in the term Judeo-Christian, which I think is what you were going for but missed, refers only to the Jewish half of the equation. 

RS#20
RS#20

@MoeLarryAndJesus @Go_Niners! @Bahia  I am a conservative Christian I guess what you would call a Dodo bird. From the handful of your posts I've read all I see from you is name calling, snide remarks and anger. And from your strong defense of Peter King I'm thinking you may be gay yourself. Whether you are or not, just think about living as a gay person in a country that has not been influenced by Jew Dao/

Christian values. 


You'd probably miss us Dodo birds then.

ShaneMac
ShaneMac

@RS#20 :   It's Judeo/ Christian values.  You're welcome.

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