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39 minutes ago, Gramz said:

I posted this in another thread earlier.  It didn't appear anyone on here cared.  haha

 

Im still trying to figure out what prompted his bizarre behavior :dunno:

No one knows. 

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51 minutes ago, Gramz said:

I posted this in another thread earlier.  It didn't appear anyone on here cared.  haha

 

Im still trying to figure out what prompted his bizarre behavior :dunno:

 

People were talking about it on the Game Thread. There were many comments there. The guy is completely unstable and such a "me guy".  I would never want him representing my team. 

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3 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

People were talking about it on the Game Thread. There were many comments there. The guy is completely unstable and such a "me guy".  I would never want him representing my team. 

Thanks. I didn't join in the gameday threads today.

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12 minutes ago, RollerColt said:

They were down in the 3rd quarter against the Jets. It looked bad for the Bucs. So instead of trying to fight back into the game with his TEAM he decided to quit on them and just leave. What a loser.

 

I heard that he was upset about getting benched. 

 

Why would anyone sign him after what he pulled in Pittsburgh? He has played with the Patriots, the Raiders, and the Bucs. 

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7 minutes ago, RollerColt said:

They were down in the 3rd quarter against the Jets. It looked bad for the Bucs. So instead of trying to fight back into the game with his TEAM he decided to quit on them and just leave. What a loser.

He needs help.

Not trying to be funny, dead serious.

 

The man needs some Intervention and help for his mental issues.

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Question:  When introducing themselves, why do some give the names of their high schools, not their college? For example, Aaron Rodgers attended Cal but he gave the name of his high school when he introduced himself.

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15 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

Question:  When introducing themselves, why do some give the names of their high schools, not their college? For example, Aaron Rodgers attended Cal but he gave the name of his high school when he introduced himself.

Yes I was wondering the same thing! I’ve even heard one guy say his Elementary School!

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3 hours ago, NFLfan said:

Question:  When introducing themselves, why do some give the names of their high schools, not their college? For example, Aaron Rodgers attended Cal but he gave the name of his high school when he introduced himself.

 

I'd give the name of my elementary school, it shaped my life and career far more than my college did.

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Arians tried to send him into the game and he refused. He tried to send him in again a short time later and Brown refused again so BA told him to get out. 
 

I don’t know what’s wrong with him, and I really don’t care because it is never going to change because he doesn’t want to change it. he doesn’t have the capacity to be a reliable player in the high pressure world of the NFL. 
 

Goodbye and good riddance. 

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It’s crazy this is what ends his “NFL Career” not his domestic violence, assaulting numerous individuals, sexual allegations, lying to the NFL, Bucs about vaccine cards, etc. This has been an issue for 4 teams already good riddance.

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Brown was benched after refusing to go in the game.   I don’t know if he was told to leave the field or not,  but even if he was, it certainly wasn’t to dine like that!

 

Brady says Brown clearly needs help and he hopes he gets it.    He hopes we all have compassion for the guy.   I suspect there will be more to this story this week. 

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12 hours ago, Gramz said:

He needs help.

Not trying to be funny, dead serious.

 

The man needs some Intervention and help for his mental issues.

 

Yes, he does. Forget his NFL career, the man needs to have a stable mental life where he is not a threat to himself or the others. That is what I wish the NFL would focus on and get him some help he badly needs.

 

 

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I said he had CTE 2 years ago and some people in here gave me a confused face lol. I think he does and will stick by what I posted. His mind isn't right. I also think he possibly is on drugs of some sorts, what he did yesterday proves every point I have made. Sad situation. 

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I don't think AB is a great person to begin with, but clearly the guy has mental health issues that seem to exacerbate things. I just hope he gets help before he hurts someone, or himself. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, FortheWin said:

What a GWD by Brady with AB melting down. 

 

Even Selah knew it was coming. I was kind of surprised that NY didn't go for the FG on their last drive to extend the lead to 7, but I get why they made that call. It was gutsy but with very Jets-like execution! 

 

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2 minutes ago, GoPats said:

 

Even Selah knew it was coming. I was kind of surprised that NY didn't go for the FG on their last drive to extend the lead to 7, but I get why they made that call. It was gutsy but with very Jets-like execution! 

 

Selah said after the game that the 4th and two was supposed to be a reverse to Berrios but the coaches messed it up.  Very Jete-like.  Imagine looking at Vita Vea and thinking you can QB sneak for 2 yards?

 

BTW, you appear to be a Pats fan from your screen name.  Do you still follow Brady?  Mac seems like a decent QB for your team although his arm seems a little soft.

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Just now, FortheWin said:

Selah said after the game that the 4th and two was supposed to be a reverse to Berrios but the coaches messed it up.  Very Jete-like.  Imagine looking at Vita Vea and thinking you can QB sneak for 2 yards?

 

BTW, you appear to be a Pats fan from your screen name.  Do you still follow Brady?  Mac seems like a decent QB for your team although his arm seems a little soft.

 

I had heard that too (about Selah)... so Jets, LOL. I think they even called a timeout before the 4th down play. 

 

I do still follow Brady, and - kind of like it was for Indy fans when Manning went to Denver - I've been rooting for the Bucs as well as the Patriots since he left. I can't hate on a guy who's done everything that he's done for the Patriots. 

 

Mac's decent, like you said, but I don't know what kind of ceiling he might have. Reminds me a lot of Chad Pennington if you were around to see him play. But he's smart, and seems to have really good poise. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, GoPats said:

 

I had heard that too (about Selah)... so Jets, LOL. I think they even called a timeout before the 4th down play. 

 

I do still follow Brady, and - kind of like it was for Indy fans when Manning went to Denver - I've been rooting for the Bucs as well as the Patriots since he left. I can't hate on a guy who's done everything that he's done for the Patriots. 

 

Mac's decent, like you said, but I don't know what kind of ceiling he might have. Reminds me a lot of Chad Pennington if you were around to see him play. But he's smart, and seems to have really good poise. 

 

 

I have to admit, I like Brady way more now that he is with the Bucs.  I thought it was a Patriots things but it's not. I think it was more of just a Belichick thing as he always seemed so dour and miserable.  Brady seems so much happier and pleasant and fun. I enjoy his interviews because he actually says things. Ha,ha

 

The Patriots seem like a solid team that may have issues really contending in the AFC with the offensive weapons. Why doesn't Bill ever spend on top level guys?  Has to be maddening, no?

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2 minutes ago, FortheWin said:

I have to admit, I like Brady way more now that he is with the Bucs.  I thought it was a Patriots things but it's not. I think it was more of just a Belichick thing as he always seemed so dour and miserable.  Brady seems so much happier and pleasant and fun. I enjoy his interviews because he actually says things. Ha,ha

 

The Patriots seem like a solid team that may have issues really contending in the AFC with the offensive weapons. Why doesn't Bill ever spend on top level guys?  Has to be maddening, no?

 

Yes, it does get maddening at times. BB will spend money on certain positions, but never WRs, lol... 

 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, GoPats said:

 

I don't think AB is a great person to begin with, but clearly the guy has mental health issues that seem to exacerbate things. I just hope he gets help before he hurts someone, or himself. 

 

 

I'm not going there yet.    His whole career he's been a "me, me me" player.    It's all about himself and getting the most attention as he can.   Yesterday's stunt falls right in line with that.  I think he is just a diva who wants all eyes on him.   

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I just read that he is saying he wouldn't go back in game due to ankle injury. :dunno:

 

Watching the video of him dancing around when he was yanking his shirt off and doing jumping Jacks on his exit it doesn't appear that his ankle Was bothering him.

 

While watching it live yesterday my Initial response was "what a nut job" :nutz:.  That was not a nice thing for me to say, and i feel  bad about that

 

I really hope someone gets him some mental health help.

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1 hour ago, Myles said:

I'm not going there yet.    His whole career he's been a "me, me me" player.    It's all about himself and getting the most attention as he can.   Yesterday's stunt falls right in line with that.  I think he is just a diva who wants all eyes on him.   


Yep he’s a * and I can’t believe people are still defending him on social media. 
 

Listen to what AB says in the end of this video. “Man listen this is going to make my Netflix series go viral” lol.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, Gramz said:

I just read that he is saying he wouldn't go back in game due to ankle injury. :dunno:

 

Watching the video of him dancing around when he was yanking his shirt off and doing jumping Jacks on his exit it doesn't appear that his ankle Was bothering him.

 

While watching it live yesterday my Initial response was "what a nut job" :nutz:.  That was not a nice thing for me to say, and i feel  bad about that

 

I really hope someone gets him some mental health help.

I don't think he needs "mental health help".  

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15 minutes ago, Myles said:

I don't think he needs "mental health help".  

Of course he does. He needs some Intervention and treatment.

 

That is not normal behavior and hasn't been in quite some time. 

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3 minutes ago, Gramz said:

Of course he does. He needs some Intervention and treatment.

 

That is not normal behavior and hasn't been in quite some time. 

He's always been about himself and bringing attention to himself.   It is purposeful and self inflicted. 

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24 minutes ago, Myles said:

He's always been about himself and bringing attention to himself.   It is purposeful and self inflicted. 

I'm not going to argue with you, and I don't totally disagree.  

 

Yes, he's all about himself, that's been clear from the get-go.

 

I still believe he has some serious underlying mental health issues too.

 

And he's had too many people in his life enabling  his behavior too.

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He has ALWAYS been a "diva" - and - as such - believed that "the rules" didn't apply to him.

 

However - with the length of time that his issues have gone on - and - the number of 2nd chances he's been given - I believe he may have mental health issues that his enormous ego exacerbates.

 

Hope that someone that he trusts implicitly is willing to stand up to this egomaniac and convince him to seek counseling.

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58 minutes ago, Gramz said:

Of course he does. He needs some Intervention and treatment.

 

That is not normal behavior and hasn't been in quite some time. 

It's hard to imagine that he doesn't have some kind of an issue.

I don't feel a need to pile on and call him names.

If I were a team though, I wouldn't want him.

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1 hour ago, Gramz said:

I'm not going to argue with you, and I don't totally disagree.  

 

Yes, he's all about himself, that's been clear from the get-go.

 

I still believe he has some serious underlying mental health issues too.

 

And he's had too many people in his life enabling  his behavior too.

 

I agree Gramz, and I don't think anyone in his career has done him any favors by enabling him. Maybe a heavier hand would have done him some good early on. I don't know, I'm certainly not a doctor or a behavioral specialist.

 

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12 hours ago, Myles said:

I'm not going there yet.    His whole career he's been a "me, me me" player.    It's all about himself and getting the most attention as he can.   Yesterday's stunt falls right in line with that.  I think he is just a diva who wants all eyes on him.   

He didn't have any troubles in his career until 2018.    The burfect hit changed something with him.   He hasn't been right since

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