I know we can talk in circles about this and that's fine. It's whatever, but from what I understand... Did the attendees donate any more after the speakers spoke? From what I can gather, it was an event to where you paid an outrageous fee to attend and that was your donation. Could someone please clarify? Reason being, I think he could have possibly hurt donations with what he said if this were the case. Sure you heard some laughs and claps... but after the laugh and claps in the video, there was a strange pause and an eery feeling of WTF. I wouldn't be surprised if this hurt funding if donations were given after the speakers. Its pretty much 60/40-50/50 on the opinion of his antics. You can't tell me there were some Titans fans in that audience that did not appreciate what he said. I wouldn't condone anyone interrupting what he said and heckling him because of the cause. That's silly and irresponsible. Just because people went along with it doesn't mean that it went over well. If its drawn this much buzz, then there had to be attendees that this wasn't cool. If my assumption is right, and the money was donated before the speakers spoke. As in a fee for the ticket... Then Jeff had no business using a Charity as a pulpit to throw his team, city, owner, and fans under the bus. That's disrespectful but no ones talking about that because Jeff Fisher walks on water according to ESPN. I'm not a big Tony Dungy fan but he's done some good things and I can't deny that. I don't think Tony Dungy would ever throw his team under the bus in the manner that Fisher did. This wasn't the time nor the place. His ego must be bigger than the universe to use fallacy to justify what he did. Don't even apologize if that's gonna be your apology.