Houston Texans’ Arian Foster Goes VeganPosted by whitecovermagazine
ESPN has disabled embedding of the video, so we can’t show it to you verbatim, but these are the kinds of debates that Mark Cuban hates seeing, even if a title that combines “Arian Foster” and “Vegan” is enticing and appetizing, pun completely intended.
Watching Hugh Douglas (who is the man, by the way) and Skip Bayless talking about vegans is like watching Blockbuster talk about Netflix. They don’t like it, they don’t see the value in it, and they think it’s stupid, but they don’t know anything about it.
Hugh Douglas said most vegans don’t have a lot of muscle. You mean, like Hugh Jackman? Douglas and Bayless – to no discredit to themselves – don’t know a lot about vegans because they don’t know a lot of vegans, or they at least don’t want to know about vegans.
Maybe they do know a few, but their blinders are on because they live in a meat eater’s world.
And, besides, look at Hugh Douglas’s diet:
Now, I love meat. I could eat steak all day, and I would bite it just so I could watch the blood seep out of the tenderloin. At the same time, Arian Foster can do whatever he wants, and he is the best running back in football, so it’s safe to say he’s figured it out so far.
The host of First Take had the best line during the whole exchange: “You guys are acting like he’s going on an all-gravy diet… what if he’s leaner, meaner, and better?”
Written by @KolbySolinsky