Richard Seymore: His Lost Oppurtunity

Jason GereContributor ISeptember 10, 2009

FOXBORO, MA - SEPTEMBER 03:  Richard Seymour #93 of the New England Patriots looks on before the game against the New York Giants on September 3, 2009 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

What happened top the days when a challenge provides one the opportunities to become great? Apparently those days are over.

As EVERYONE knows by now this whole Richard Seymore situation is an absolute mess. Day 4 and still no Seymore.

Yet it just baffels my mind how such a big man can be such a big baby. HE does not realize he is in a win-win situation.

First, (when, maybe, if) he shows he could really showcase his talents like never before. HE would be the un-questioned D-Line star and show that he is a dominate player. In New England he was among many great D-Lineman. In Oakland he is the D-Lineman.

It is well documented that the Oakland Raiders defence could not stop a POP-Warner running back. All Seymore has to do and show up, and poof the run defense is better. Improving one of the worst run defences and your value (contract numbers) go sky high.....yes Richard just by showing up and playing well you will get paid.

Ill end by saying this.....Richard....if your reading this........MAN UP!!!! Get out there and show that Oakland made the right choice....or just sit around like another selfish million-air. now represent "The NAtion" we love our player but HATE BABIES!!!!!