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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Riverman, May 4, 2022.
It was Eddie. https://nashvilleparent.com/eddie-george-joins-ballet-in-nashville-s-nutcracker/
Where you see his statement as a cry for sympathy, I see it as a QB who cares about the team and is doing what it takes to get himself ready to get better.
We’ll have to agree to disagree on this one.
Not sure how you are drawing that assumption. My point is no need to go public with seeking therapy. There is nothing but secondary gain by going public with your decision to seek therapy.
Also not sure how others draw the assumption you're stating. THIll sought therapy as a result of the loss- not for anything that helped contribute to the loss. If others feel that way- it's on them- not the point I'm making.
This is a good read.
Ryan Tannehill's words on mental health deserve more attention
can you elaborate because i'm not familiar with this
Jarvis Landry Says He Didn't Have Good Relationship with QB Ryan Tannehill
Hell, I almost needed therapy after that playoff loss. I'm glad it hurt THill as much as it hurt the fans. I hope he rebounds from it and has an MVP season. TitanUp!
oh i thought you were talking about our Landry
I am not going to look up his history but I have to think this might have been one of the worst losses of his career. Miami sucked so chances are he didnt really have many pivotal games. With our expectations for the season and our seeding his terrible play has to be one of if not the worst loss he has had.
I dont care that he went to therapy. I do care he hasnt made a lot of effort to be working with as many of his teammates as possible to get prepared for next season.