Randy Moss Looked Like He Wanted To Murder Trent Dilfer On Sunday NFL Countdown After Dilfer Skewered Colin Kaepernick

Trent Dilfer narrowly escaped becoming the victim of a homicide on Sunday NFL Countdown after expressing his stance against the Colin Kaepernick protests. Dilfer has a history of saying of head-scratching shit–namely calling the Patriots a “weak team” at the beginning of the 2014 season (when they went on to win the Super Bowl) and of course this intellectual quote: “You cannot lose games in the NFL and still win.” He really said that. Holy shit.

Dilfer took a hard line stance against Kaepernick’s National Anthem protests, which are in stark contrast to Randy Moss applauding Kap.

Dilfer’s words exactly:

“The big thing that hit me through all this was this is a backup quarterback whose job is to be quiet, and sit in the shadows and get the starter ready to play Week 1.

“Yet he chose a time where all of a sudden he became the center of attention. And it has disrupted that organization. It has caused friction. And it’s torn at the fabric of the team.”

Randy’s face tells the whole story:

This was a tweet I wrote that no one on Twitter liked. Now excuse me while I go drink bleach.

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