Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin went on a post game rant to the media just moments after they won the NFL Championship in a miraculous game.
ESPN Seahawks writer Terry Blount wrote about Baldwin's rant that according to him included some spicy language.
Here's how a portion of Baldwin's rant was transcribed by Blount:
"At 16-0 at the half [Sunday], how many of you m——-f——— counted us out? How many of y'all doubted us?"
"It is indicative of our season," said Baldwin, who finished the game with six catches for 106 yards. "Y'all didn't want to believe in us. It's OK. We don't need you to believe. We're going to believe in ourselves. We ain't worried about you m——-f———. We are worried about ourselves.
According to ESPN, Bladwin dropped at leat a couple of "motherfuckers," but if you watch the actual video, Baldwin says "Y'all" with sounds nothing like "motherfucker."
So why did ESPN put bad words in the receiver's mouth? Word is that when ESPN ran the clip on air they bleeped out the "Y'alls" and made it sound like Baldwin was cursing when he clearly was not.
What's up with that?