Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Nov 6, 2006.
"Hey Steve! I'm open! I'm open!! PSYCHE!!"
I'll never forget what he did for us but he chose to leave & follow the money & what he felt was a chance for him to still win the SB. That's perfectly understandable & I'd love to see him come back & sign a contract for a day so he can retire as a Titan.
On sunday however he should be treated like he has a 'kick me' sign on his back.
By all means boo him as a member of an opposing team however treat him with the respect he earned as a good servant to the club before and after the game.
After careful consideration....NO Way.
I don't like booing. I won't cheer for him during the game, I'll cheer for our defense. I'll cheer when he comes out.
He's 6-2, we are 2-6, who can blame him for wanting off this sinking ship.
Cheering on introductions, just watching during the game no cheers, or booing whatsoever. He doesn't deserve to be booed. As I think about it, I don't actually Boo any QB in Football, not even, Peyton "I am QB God"Manning I sit there hoping that with every drop back, they throw an interception. I hope he plays badly, and that we come out with a win. As far as it goes, I wish he was never traded, but whatever. No, not booing. not now, not ever. He was our Leader, and as far as I'm concerned he retired.
I hope he has a bad game and we win, simple...
excellent analogy. Rats are the first to abandon a sinking ship and McMVP joined the ratbirds.
I'll be totally honest ( and wildly unpopular)....
For JUST THIS ONE GAME I'd like to see Steve light it up.
Ideally, I'd like to see the scoreboard read Titans 24 BAL 21 (F)
I wouldn't boo him, because booing is for chumps. Applause for introductions, then it's time for football. But I'd like to allow him some smug satisfaction....I think he's earned that much.
This assumes that he even cares about gaining smug satisfaction, but I doubt he does.
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