Herron beats crap out of burglar


For the past 2 years or so, I have been fairly critical of Noah Herron. Mostly because he is a Sherman product and he happened to get the call often on those horrendous 3rd and long draw plays which drove me nuts. I like Noah Herron. He’s from Milwaukee and he’s a hard worker. That said, I still don’t think he’s good enough to make this team – we should use his RB roster spot for a player with more upside.

Anyway, read this story about a break-in at the Herron house. Good for him. I love the fact that one of the intruders is still in the hospital. That’s the way it should be.

It’s funny, maybe this will date me a bit, but doesn’t burglary seem like an out-of-style way to go about things? It seems this was more popular when I was growing up in the late 70s, early 80s. But to rob someone now just seems so ridiculous. Who does that?


3 Responses to “Herron beats crap out of burglar”

  1. Joe Says:

    My favorite part is the sheriff’s statement:

    “Noah Herron used necessary, reasonable and justifiable force in protecting his life and property,” Kocken said in a statement. “Herron, the victim in this random home invasion, is cooperating with law enforcement.”

  2. Todd Says:

    Noah Herron is a TT guy, not Sherman.

  3. awhayes Says:

    Thanks Todd – you’re right, TT did pick him up from the Steelers back in 2005. But it was coach Sherman who seemed to really take to Herron (especially for the 3rd and long plays). I have to admit, it’s possible my whole image of Herron has been unfairly tainted by the fact that Sherman seemed to think he was good.

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