Did O.J. Really Do It? I Don’t Think He Rushed For 2,000 Yards
While he has been in the public eye for decades, there have always been questions swirling around him. Did what people alleged he did change his career? Did he even do what everyone believes he did? Well, I’m here to weigh in on what everyone alleges he did. Personally, I don’t think he did it.
I don’t think he rushed for 2,000 yards.
O.J. Simpson was a beloved running back for the Buffalo Bills in the 70’s. However, while he had great success in the NFL, his recent career has been marred by one question: Did he do it? Did he rush for 2,000 yards?
While the days of a strong running game are dwindling , O.J. Simpson belongs to an exclusive club of 2,000 yard rushers that includes Barry Sanders and Terell Davis.
Supposedly, that is.
But how do we really know if he did it or not?
Isn’t it a bit suspicious that there isn’t as much evidence surrounding what O.J. was accused of. Statistics weren’t as big a focus in the 70’s, which may have led to some improper handling of the case. If such evidence was mishandled, how can we make the judgement?
In fact, did we even use the same measuring back then? Inflationwise, you could buy a cola for a nickel in the seventies. Have yards possibly changed as well? (UPDATE: I did some research and they do not. Please disregard.)
All I’m saying is we need to take an unbiased look at this case. Maybe we’re just saying he did it because the media wants us to believe it.
And even with all the evidence in place, isn’t there a chance he didn’t do it?
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