Felger Takes Brandon Spikes’ Side: Grow Up, Patriots Fans

April 9, 2014 8:43 PM
Felger Takes Brandon Spikes’ Side: Grow Up, Patriots Fans
" BOSTON (CBS) — A sea of Patriots’ fans got upset with former New England linebacker Brandon Spikes on Wednesday, and Michael Felger has a message for them.

Grow up.

Spikes, who recently signed with the division rival Buffalo Bills had a few interesting Tweets about his former team on Wednesday. He said he can’t wait to beat the Patriots twice during the regular season, and added that his time in New England was like “4 years a slave.”

The latter upset many, but Felger found it pretty funny.

“This has everyone up in arms?” questioned Felger. “Who knows what it’s about; was it because he couldn’t speak here? If he had fun on Twitter here he would have gotten scolded? Does it mean when he was on defense he was in a constrictive system and had to do certain things and couldn’t play the way he wanted to play. Was it the offseason where he couldn’t do the things he can do with the Bills already? Who knows? Why would we be offended by that?”

“It was a joke. It was a movie,” said Felger. “Know what people, get a life. Get a sense of humor "

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