This is the best part!
You can probably see why Porter wouldn't want to get engaged in a thinking kind of game. A few years ago, he took a bullet in the buttocks. It has since been removed, but there remains significant cognitive impairment.
When he was reminded that Edgerrin James ran for 124 yards Nov. 28, ending the Steelers' 22-game streak of holding rushers under 100 yards, Porter said, "I still think it was a cheap 100.''
A cheap 100.
You want cheap? How about this? The Steelers ran for 86 yards in that game. They had 35 on 18 carries in the first three quarters, then 51 in the fourth, garbage time.
WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!
Note to Porter (and maybe somebody back there can read this to him): The scoreboard counts points, not testosterone levels. To call this guy a Neanderthal is an insult to Neanderthals. A year ago, he got kicked out of a game against Cleveland. Before the game.