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I laughed at his line "the touchdown really wasn't my fault, but I'm not going to throw a teammate under the bus". Ha! What do you call that, dumbass?
Yeah, that was real classy of him not to name names but, then again, why would a big, bad corner of Seattle corner need help over the top? Sounds like he has a nagging butt injury.
He's certainly no "dumb ass," and is probably shooting straight about who was responsible for the TD as well as RW being a product of the system. It makes sense to me.
Make sense to me too
The "dumass" remark was in in reference to the fact the he claimed not to "throw a teammate under the bus", when he was clearly talking about the safety. If you don't want to throw someone "under the bus" you just keep your mouth shut all together. But clearly he doesn't have that ability.
I would be a "dumb ass" if I assumed I knew all of the facts in this story, so I won't go there. With that said, I do not recall that he actually mentioned the name of teammate who he felt was responsible for the TD. If he didn't, then this part of the discussion is moot, as he is no "dumb ass." If he did mention the guy's name, I'd say it's his prerogative. He's playing pro football and I'm just a lowly armchair mouse jockey.
Doesn't matter if he mentioned the guys name or not, he still threw him under the bus. It's not hard to figure out who he was talking about, the writer of the article even figured out who it was. Like mentioned above, if he didn't want to call his teammate out he shouldn't of said anything to begin with. This was just a subtle way of throwing the blame off of him, and then trying to save face by saying he doesn't want to call his teammates out.
Are you so dense to think no one could figure out who he meant? It's not like the damn thing happened in full stadium on national television. Wow.
^^^ what Run37 said. Good lord...
No problem with what Sherman said.
Roddy White is a big bragger too!
Sherman is a great corner, but talks too much... Roddy is a Very, very good wr, whether it be system, skill, whatever. Dude is a straight BALLER. Clutch go to guy. Julio more of the deep ball playmaking talent. Roddy is THE guy though, thus far atleast. Hes also been HUGE for Julio in terms of his progression. They're an awesome duo. They compliment each other well.
Roll Tide Roll
Jesus. Did he hit a nerve with you. Figuring it out and not saying someones name are two different things by the way. Seems you have issues deducing which is which.
That particular poster and myself have had issues in the past. But hey, thanks for the 2 cents.
This post was edited by Run37 14 months ago
It doesnt matter to me one way or the other, but it's really not two different things. Figuring it out without anyone ever bringing it up is one thing. But if the guy was really wanting to be a great teammate and willing to take the blame for it then he wouldn't have brought it up in the first place. Like I said earlier this was just a subtle way of trying to get the blame off of him. Whether he mentioned the other players name or not is irrelevant because it's not like there is very many players that it could have been.
Honestly, I don't remember this ^^^ poster, or ever having interacted with him/ her.
Good lord " Its like playing cards with my brothers kids"
Agree that you disagree and move on!
Burn baby burn. & Go to hell tennessee
When doing an interview for national media insinuating something can be bad as outright saying it.
Never Gets Old
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