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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Smash, Mar 6, 2016.
What kinda business? You run a male escort ring for other males?
Good riddance horse face!
Not trying to be rude, but that isn't really correct. The plaintiffs in this case are from cases that were publicly know. And the players on question were suspended immediately. So sweeping under the rug is hardly an issue.
The Peyton Manning angle (whether true or not) is ridiculous in this case. Almost as ridiculous as the plantiffs argument that playing rap music in the stands and in the locker room promotes rape.
This thread is getting too personal. This is supposed to be a football discussion, not a thread for personal attacks against other members.
For all those attacking Manning, let's take a look at some other HOF players.
Joe Nameth is a womanizing alcoholic
Brett Favre thought it would be a great idea to send pictures of his crank to every female member of the Jets organization. While his wife was fighting breast cancer no less
Ray Lewis killed somebody at his Super Bowl party
Walter Payton constantly cheated on his wife and was addicted to illegal narcotics and had the man of the year award named after him.
Let's not pass judgement on a guy who has not had any issues during his entire pro career.
And none of those players ever gave the Titans trouble like Manning so F him he will always be a choke artist! Good riddance! You will not be missed over here.
He mow lawns.
A choke artist who owns NFL records for passing yards, passing touchdowns, wins, and has two Super Bowl wins. Your right... That makes him a choke artist.
Noone passing judgement, whats wrong with talking bout it? Are you passing judgement on Namath stating facts?
No, just pointing out that there are many other HOF players who actually did negative things while they were actually in the NFL and you guys are bashing a guy, who had a spotless pro career, about something that happened two decades ago when he was in College.
Noone is bashing him, just saying things that probably happened.