The Cover 4 is bringing you a different approach to today’s major sports topics.
This week James & Long Island Sound go toe-to-toe about Tiger Woods & NFL Free Agency moves.
Additionally, we are going to give you a special sneak peak in how we do our debates. When you have a team that is spread throughout the United States, it can be difficult to coordinate schedules for debate topics. James & Long Island Sound seem to have spent too much time debating the outline of the actual debate rather than the topics at hand. You will see the commentary between the two writers in red with the actual debate topic is in black.
We hope you enjoy this weeks special uncut debate.
Is Tiger Woods back?
LI Sound: The question is.. is Tiger Woods back?
James: By the way, this is 220 characters. Keep it 200/220 as I dont want us to go overboard.
James: We will try 3 correspondences.
James: As much as I would love to say yes, I am saying no. Mr. Woods had a fine showing this weekend but “Tiger” isn’t back; the once invincible golfer is just part of the pack. I think Tiger is great for golf but he’s not back yet.
LI Sound: Unfortunately, Tiger will never be back to his old form, but we are all back to watching golf on weekends (that aren’t majors). This current run is his best since a 7 iron went through his back windshield, so I’m going to be bold and say he’s winning a major this year.
James: You think after one great weekend Tiger is going to win one of the four majors? I don’t buy it. Yes Tiger is on a better streak but he has shown he can’t handle it mentally anymore. One bad day on the course and his weekend is done.
LI Sound: Already forgetting Pebble Beach a few weeks ago, my friend! This is the first time he has strung together some wins before The Masters in years. Spoiler alert: he is winning at places with previous success. I’m pumped for The Masters.
LI Sound: Round 1 goes to me.
James: It was supposed to be 3 rounds, idiot. I will let this one slide since your dumb self didn’t take the opposite stance. SMH.
James: It’s a 1 on 1 debate. If I go first and say he isn’t back then you can’t agree with me. There aren’t 3 of us this time.
LI Sound: You called me out for the major… It’s obvious he won’t be back to old tiger. Not going to be an idiot just to oppose you.
James: You have to! That’s why we are 1 on 1 this time. It’s like PTI with Tony & Wilbon. Those guys dont mean half the things they say.
LI Sound: I think this debate about the debate should be included in the article… Totally raw debate.
James: Come on, Skip [Bayless]. Don’t you know how this stuff works?
LI Sound: Show a common ground at the end… We have to develop our personalities with the audience so we can be consistent.
James: Sure. Can you maybe stay up past 730pm grandpa so we can finish this tonight?
LI Sound: Of this commitment how many of us work off Hawaiian time bro?
James: I forgot daily light savings pushes you to three hours now.
James: Don’t hate me cuz you ain’t me….
LI Sound: Back to the debate
Who will do more for their new team: Harvin or Boldin?
James: Would you like me to pick the same choice as you this time?!
LI Sound: Good cases for both so this is a good one to have different stances. By the fans and for the fans, but we can’t be the ignorant stupid fan James.
LI Sound: Boldin hands down. Name a physical, possession receiver not afraid to go over the middle on the 49ers? Vernon likes to go vertical (because he can), Crabtree is soft, Manningham stays outside, and we know what Moss does. This is a Harbaugh type guy through and through who will fit in. Does Ed Reed intercept that pass in the Super Bowl if Boldin is the intended receiver?
James: What don’t you understand about a 200/220 character count? What happened to our earlier conversation and debate? SMH.
LI Sound: Dude I turned it on but it doesn’t count for iMessages. Stop being a little pansy and just refute my point.
James: Nah! You gotta do it right or we need to change how we are going to do these; it changes how we respond.
James: You have 380 characters aka 160 over max. So are we switching to that word count sir?
LI Sound: If that’s 380 then just keep it under 400. That was simple.
LI Sound: You are so Rediculous. This string would be very entertaining [to run with our article]. Consider it because it’s different…
James: Isn’t it ridiculous? BOOM! +2 James
James: You really want me to add this RIDICULOUSNESS?
LI Sound: I think it’s way different and really shows a unique side man. Again, it’s different. Take a chance!
LI Sound: Can we continue the debate?
James: Did you really just say hands down? Are you forgetting that PERCY HARVIN was traded to the Seahawks? Yes, the player many considered a possible MVP candidate. One of the most versatile players in the NFL just joined a dangerous Seattle team. Harvin is going to be a major difference maker. Do you realize this gives Seattle one of the most dangerous offenses in the NFL?
LI Sound: You are as frustrating as Percy’s migraine problem. The Seahawks needed to give up 3 picks and will need to pay him big time, when he is injury prone. They have an abundance of young talent at the receiver position already and back-up running back ready to thrive in Turbin. Is he dynamic? Yes, when healthy. Tavon Austin could put this team on the brink over the edge.
James: Way to sway your argument with Tavon Austin comment. We aren’t debating who received better compensation as we are debating who will do more for their team? Harvin!! He is upgrade at wr, rb, flex, slot, & special teams. No disrespect to Boldin but Harvin is going to make the Hawks offense that much more dangerous. Allow Wilson to by time and Harvin will ditch anyone guarding him. One of the top offenses, at the end of the season, just added arguably the most dynamic wide receiver in the NFL. As the MtV show used you say…NEXT!
James: Winner me!!
LI Sound: Just 2 rounds?
James: You did it to me earlier… maybe you can try again next week?
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