Tyrann Mathieu is not in favor of Le’Veon Bell in his comments about Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid.
Let’s face it: Tyrann Mathieu is the Andy Reid band.
Mathieu had Reiden’s back on Twitter, a former leader made by Le’Veon Bell contemptuous comments about the head coach.
When former carpenter Charles James questioned Bell for saying something like this, Mathieu put Bell in charge.
“These kids will blame everyone for their lack of success,” Mathieu replied. “That’s how I know I’m different.”
Tyrann Mathieu doesn’t buy what Le’Veon Bell sells
If you missed it, Bell replied to an Instagram fan: “I’ll never play Andy Reid again … I’d retire soon.”
It’s easy to see why Bell wasn’t happy with Reid at the end of the 2020 season. He didn’t play in the AFC Championship game against the Bills or the Super Bowlean Buccaneers.
However, he did not exactly violate his appearances Heads. Clyde Edwards-Helaire was the team leader throughout the season, and she also had minimal entry in those knockout appearances.
Boredom for lack of playing time doesn’t really justify calling Reid that way.
James raised another element in Bell’s comments. Why would he sabotage future options by speaking ill of a respected coach who has a wide tree to coach?
Spreading this complaint to the public does not show much foresight.
Since the Steelers left him in perfect condition, Bell has not created much of a reputation as a team player. The Jets I will certainly regret signing it. Now he is giving Kansas City a reason to do the same.
Bell is pushing for 30 days as a runner with his best days behind him. If he is not ready to accept another type of role in the future, perhaps retirement will be the only option.