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Lets just say that Johnny Football's off season is interesting..

Posted: 06/07/2014 11:12 AM

Lets just say that Johnny Football's off season is interesting.. 


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Posted: 06/07/2014 11:20 AM

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1buffdog wrote: to say the least.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nf...leveland-browns
Why is this news or presumed to be of interest?
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Posted: 06/07/2014 3:20 PM

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Fangdog wrote:
1buffdog wrote: to say the least.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nf...leveland-browns
Why is this news or presumed to be of interest?
Didn't say it was news, just said it was interesting....
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Posted: 06/07/2014 4:30 PM

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Fangdog wrote:
1buffdog wrote: to say the least.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nf...leveland-browns
Why is this news or presumed to be of interest?


I'll take a stab at that one, fangletooth.

First of all, the reason why Johhny Football turned into Johnny Freefall  on NFL draft night, falling all the way down to # 22, is because so many owners worried about the exact thing that is now unfolding, right before our eyes...  i.e. - the megastar who is being paid a kajillion dollars to be Cleveland's go-to guy, is spending his weekends and off-time partying in Vegas, Austin and wherever, getting snockered, hanging with drunks, ho's, strippers and showgals (instead of studying his playbook, and getting ready for his rookie season), and making himself enormously vulnerable to arrest, sex-harrasment lawsuits, fistfights, bad press coverage, and general fan-disapproval.

Second, the reason a ton of people (including a significant number of top-level defensive players in the National Football League) actively HATE (I am using the word "hate", here) Johnny Football, is because he behaves like he DESERVES the adulation, like he is ENTITLED to be treated like a NFL star - when he has not proven a single thing, on an NFL field...

Other than those things, right off the top of my head, I can't think of a single reason why this is news, or presumed to be of interest... (one of the dumbest questions you ever asked, my friend...).
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Posted: 06/07/2014 5:34 PM

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"Johnny Manziel is transforming into Billy Madison right in front of our very eyes"

Lol probably the best thing in that article!

What are you doing at my front door swan....

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Posted: 06/07/2014 7:42 PM

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redroadster wrote:
Fangdog wrote:
1buffdog wrote: to say the least.

http://www.sportingnews.com/nf...leveland-browns
Why is this news or presumed to be of interest?


I'll take a stab at that one, fangletooth.

First of all, the reason why Johhny Football turned into Johnny Freefall  on NFL draft night, falling all the way down to # 22, is because so many owners worried about the exact thing that is now unfolding, right before our eyes...  i.e. - the megastar who is being paid a kajillion dollars to be Cleveland's go-to guy, is spending his weekends and off-time partying in Vegas, Austin and wherever, getting snockered, hanging with drunks, ho's, strippers and showgals (instead of studying his playbook, and getting ready for his rookie season), and making himself enormously vulnerable to arrest, sex-harrasment lawsuits, fistfights, bad press coverage, and general fan-disapproval.

Second, the reason a ton of people (including a significant number of top-level defensive players in the National Football League) actively HATE (I am using the word "hate", here) Johnny Football, is because he behaves like he DESERVES the adulation, like he is ENTITLED to be treated like a NFL star - when he has not proven a single thing, on an NFL field...

Other than those things, right off the top of my head, I can't think of a single reason why this is news, or presumed to be of interest... (one of the dumbest questions you ever asked, my friend...).
I stand guilty and corrected. I will now rephrase my question, "Who gives a phuck?'
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Posted: 06/07/2014 9:39 PM

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It's very easy to hate this money grubbing punk and I can't wait to see NFL lineman kick his lil ***.
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Posted: 06/07/2014 9:52 PM

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GoooooDogs wrote: It's very easy to hate this money grubbing punk and I can't wait to see NFL lineman kick his lil ***.
Emotional much?
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Posted: 06/07/2014 10:07 PM

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GoooooDogs wrote: It's very easy to hate this money grubbing punk and I can't wait to see NFL lineman kick his lil ***.

Don't get me wrong.  I am not a Johnny Football hater.  The kid has huge skills.  But there are some NFL players who are just itching for their chance to ring his bell.  His off-field antics are fanning the flames on that campfire....
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Posted: 06/07/2014 10:18 PM

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redroadster wrote:
GoooooDogs wrote: It's very easy to hate this money grubbing punk and I can't wait to see NFL lineman kick his lil ***.

Don't get me wrong.  I am not a Johnny Football hater.  The kid has huge skills.  But there are some NFL players who are just itching for their chance to ring his bell.  His off-field antics are fanning the flames on that campfire....
What gets me, he knows it as a fact and still has the balls to so much as say, "FU". There is a "bring it on" to it I like about the guy. The fact he gets his bell-rung is no skin off my a** and I am sure as hell not going to "hate" him because he is asking for it. 

NFL players can jaw all they want but there are still rules, heavy fines and suspensions if rules are violated. Besides. Derek Carr genuinely likes the guy and that goes a long way in my thinking this Johnny Football "hate" has more to do with "self-hate" than anything else.
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Posted: 06/08/2014 9:54 AM

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This guy is the next Todd Marinovich in the making. Just substitute general punk-ish behavior for a drug addiction.

 

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Posted: 06/08/2014 11:30 AM

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He's playing football, not joining the priesthood. I say party on. God provides us with only have one life to live.
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Posted: 06/08/2014 2:24 PM

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CaliforniaStateBulldogs wrote: He's playing football, not joining the priesthood. I say party on. God provides us with only have one life to live.
I remember while in the fighter-pilot game. There were pilots who partied hard  all night and showed-up red-eyed at the flight-line prior to a mission. Then there was those who dutifully kneeled at their bed, said their prayers and was in it at 09:00 pm.

Who was the "****-hot" fighter pilots? More than likely those who immediately went on 100% oxygen to sober-up than the ones who went on 100% oxygen to stay alive.
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Posted: 06/08/2014 7:04 PM

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I guess it was the nerve of him walking out on draft night doing the money sign (combined with his **** talk and antics). He's quite easy to despise fang.
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Posted: 06/08/2014 7:23 PM

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GoooooDogs wrote: I guess it was the nerve of him walking out on draft night doing the money sign (combined with his **** talk and antics). He's quite easy to despise fang.
I guess people affect people different ways. Tebow used to bother me with his schtick. But that was his deal and I didn't dislike him as a result of it.  

Manziels "money sign" is not a money sign and means something else, but it is not worth going in to it. I just want to see him play football on my TV. If people want to hate him so be it, but don't try to make me think I am supposed too.


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Posted: 06/09/2014 9:30 AM

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As long as the player/worker/pilot performs, who cares.  Babe Ruth use to party hard, drink, smoke and still kicked ***.  Football is probably the most team oriented sport we have.  If the 11 guys on the field aren't getting it done as a unit, one guy can't substitute for another.  No one in their right mind would say Russell Wilson is better than Peyton Manning, But for the Seahawks, and their team, he was the perfect teammate, complimenting them, not detracting from the team. 
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CaliforniaStateBulldogs wrote: He's playing football, not joining the priesthood. I say party on. God provides us with only have one life to live.
I remember while in the fighter-pilot game. There were pilots who partied hard  all night and showed-up red-eyed at the flight-line prior to a mission. Then there was those who dutifully kneeled at their bed, said their prayers and was in it at 09:00 pm.

Who was the "****-hot" fighter pilots? More than likely those who immediately went on 100% oxygen to sober-up than the ones who went on 100% oxygen to stay alive.
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Posted: 06/09/2014 9:45 AM

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CaliforniaStateBulldogs wrote: As long as the player/worker/pilot performs, who cares.  Babe Ruth use to party hard, drink, smoke and still kicked ***.  Football is probably the most team oriented sport we have.  If the 11 guys on the field aren't getting it done as a unit, one guy can't substitute for another.  No one in their right mind would say Russell Wilson is better than Peyton Manning, But for the Seahawks, and their team, he was the perfect teammate, complimenting them, not detracting from the team. 
 
Very well said and an excellent analogy, IMO.

It is how I see it for this coming season. No one is saying Brandon Connette is a better QB than Derek Carr, but as being effective for this Falls Fresno State team, he may be just what the Doctor ordered.
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Posted: 06/09/2014 9:52 AM

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dieharddog wrote: "Johnny Manziel is transforming into Billy Madison right in front of our very eyes"

Lol probably the best thing in that article!

What are you doing at my front door swan....
does that mean hes gonna be running away from invisible penguins on the football field. lol i can't wait to see the 1st person to ley him the **** out

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