By now, Skip Bayless has said so much ludicrous and inane crap that naturally the snake was going to eat its tail and we’d end up at this point. What we didn’t know, however, is just how beautiful watching Skip debate Skip would be.
The focus of this video is Aaron Rodgers’ legacy, with Skip 1 and Skip 2 going back and forth from different parts of the FS1 host’s career. It shows that, in the mind of Skip Bayless, Rodgers is both the greatest quarterback in the league and totally overrated, earning the moniker Errant Rodgers.
Cassie Nickelson, owner of Scend’s, is turning 80 years old, and announced that she planned to retire in August. With no clear succession plan in place there was a chance the restaurant would disappear without Nickelson there to oversee the business, but Lynch, who’s been frequenting Scend’s since he was a kid, is making sure its legacy continues.
Turning over a legacy like this is difficult, but Nickelson is okay with Lynch continuing her restaurant. She remembers a young Marshawn coming to Scend’s to get a $1 meal as a child.
When he was 9-years-old, he came across the street to get a hamburger and French fries. 25-cent French fries and a 75-cent hamburger, Nickelson said.
New ownership always comes with an inherent risk. Will the restaurant change? Will the food stay the same? Marshawn has no plans to change anything about the place he loves. Everything will remain identical, and one of Nickelson’s sons, who is a cook at Scend’s will continue.
Marshawn Lynch coming home has been the best dang story in the NFL this offseason.