Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titanoiler, Mar 4, 2012.
Thank god!!!!!!!!!! ^
I also looked through Griffin's Twitter last night and saw "You again" @JCBRAVE. Lol
Am I the only one around here who doesn't think it's funny to tweet insults at the players who play for your favorite team? How does that accomplish anything positive?
I agree with you in principle, you are right, but it's pretty hilarious that Bravey is obviously getting into his head. If a guy on Twitter can get into your head like that what can a guy on the field do? Keep up the good work Ambassador JC!
JC definitely got under his skin.
someone want to link those tweets for my amusement? I never touch the thing.
I gave him a pity High Five for him to keep his head up.. he has so few posts in 6 years.. you guys are crushing his spirit :(
JCBrave is Griffin's keeper. I love it.
Well now that he gets a payday..he needs to stop worrying about getting fined and start laying the wood like he did against the Ravens.
I don't even believe this. He was right there so many times last year without a great pass rush, he just didn't wanna shift gears and make the play for some reason. He's good without pro bowl talent in front of him, his issues are all with himself and he knows it. If he has to rely on other players, he's not an NFL player.
Here's the thing. We cheer for these guys because they're on our favorite team. So unless their presence is directly connected to us winning, why should I want them in Nashville playing on the Titans? I would have the smallest amount of interest in Mike Griffin if he was playing basketball or baseball. I do however think he's a good guy, which is why I give him all the long distance grief. If he can't take the constructive criticisms for what they are, do you honestly want him being on the team? Let him go to Buffalo or somewhere where he can hide his inefficiencies. But believe it or not, I only question this guys intentions because I think he can be good.
Guys like Eugene Amano and Kerry Collins I'd throw a brick at so they can't play the next day. A guy like Mike Griffin I'd talk to so he can play. I don't have all the answers for NFL players, but if I disagree with something he did, I'll make it known if I think the team would benefit.
Tell us the truth, do you think a player is more likely to be better the next year for getting scrutinized so much by fans?
I agree with you 100%, but at the same time when you are a celebrity or pro athlete and enter the public forum you open yourself up to criticism.
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