http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AhgiIsfiH5HutynXibYo1DRDubYF?slug=pfw-20110127_cromartie_and_hasselbeck_engage_in_twitter_war Antonio Cromartie(notes) didn't mince words on Monday when discussing his thoughts on the labor struggle between NFL players and owners, saying that both sides needed to get a deal done soon to avoid a lockout. After receiving some backlash from his fellow players, Cromartie spoke out again on Thursday. Responding to a Tweet from Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck(notes) which said, "Somebody ask Cromartie if he knows what CBA stands for," the Jets corner posted a message of his own on his Twitter account. Upon learning that Hasselbeck deleted his post, Cromarite wrote, "hey Matt if u have something to say be a man about it. Don't erase it. I will smash ur face in." (snip) This why I was bothered by Belichick's disciplining of Welker. Taking the high ground is stupid when dealing with Negroes. They are a different breed of cat, so to speak, we all know that. Opie rules do not apply to hood rats. When Cromartie called Brady an a-hole, Tom responded by laughing it off and saying, "He's not the first to call me that." Yes, tht was classy, but ineffectual. I didn't expect Tom to call him a chimp faced moron, but he could have said something like, "Someone who has fathered 9 kids with 8 Ho's is calling me an a-hole?" Another thing. Ben R. is a tough qb and plays with heart, no doubt about it. So, it bothered me to see him fall down like a school girl after getting slugged by Seymour in what seemed to be a weak shot. He probably wanted to avoid any more trouble as he is in the dog house with Goodell. I just would have liked to see him stand up and punch, kick, or slam that black slug into the dirt. He'd get more respect for doing that than taking the high ground in todays world.