Did you all see this? Un. Believable.
I’m shocked to read all the spiteful comments toward Knowshon Moreno after Sunday’s display of passion; especially from the lazy people sitting on their couches. This guy has spent the last two years of his life (since his injury) making a comeback for himself, his family, and his team. He had an incredible game against the Patriots the week before and was getting revved up to beat the Chiefs.
“Definitely hydrated,” Moreno joked on Monday. “I don’t know, I guess the slow motion made it look a little worse than it was.” Moreno insisted that he’s just an emotional guy, and he gets “fired up” to play. Excited to play this game, excited to be a part of this team, definitely blessed and privileged to be able to play this game,” Moreno said.
What we saw Sunday was a raw mixture of passion, adrenaline, and emotion bursting forth from deep within his core.
It was an external expression of an inward reality.
As I train toward competing in my first triathlon, I’m looking to channel and exude that kind of energy. This is not easy. They’re long and frequent workouts. There’s lots of equipment to acquire. There’s a lot of sacrifices to be made here. But it’s worth it to accomplish some personal goals and to help kick cancer’s butt. I want to cry my own #KnowshonTears because, only then, will I know that I’m working hard enough, I’m passionate enough, I’m dedicated enough to—not only finish this triathlon // and many more to come //—but