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    I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards. I am curious how peolpe know this? Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland? That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me. What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers? Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded? Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?! That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




    The point is this, just because a player at one time or anotherhas a"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




    Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

    I bELIeve in February 4, 2018.

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    Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

    [quote user="Providence"]

    I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards.* I am curious how peolpe know this?* Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland?* That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me.* What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers?* Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded?* Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?!* That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




    The point is this, just because a player at one time or another*has a*"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




    Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

    [/quote]

    cmon prov... there is ALOT of hypocracy coming from posters on this board, you know that.
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    • #3
      Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

      [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Providence"]


      I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards. I am curious how peolpe know this? Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland? That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me. What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers? Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded? Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?! That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




      The point is this, just because a player at one time or anotherhas a"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




      Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




      [/quote] cmon prov... there is ALOT of hypocracy coming from posters on this board, you know that.[/quote]







      as well as spelling errors! Sorry Matt[] I couldn't resist.

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      • #4
        Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

        i am THEE worst speller ever..

        plus add in my big fingers on a tiny keyboard and typing too fast... im lucky anybody can make out my posts
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        • #5
          Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

          [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Providence"]


          I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards. I am curious how peolpe know this? Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland? That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me. What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers? Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded? Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?! That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




          The point is this, just because a player at one time or anotherhas a"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




          Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




          [/quote] cmon prov... there is ALOT of hypocracy coming from posters on this board, you know that.[/quote]




          No doubt about that, I just wish people were more aware of it (who knows maybe even one day they would think twice about doing it).

          I bELIeve in February 4, 2018.

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          • #6
            Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

            [quote user="Providence"]


            Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

            [/quote]
            attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year?

            I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing.

            I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.

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            • #7
              Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

              [quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="Providence"]


              Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

              [/quote]
              attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year?

              I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing.

              I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.[/quote]

              those pedestrian numbers were with a sub par QB and o would of made him our #1 WR lsat year by far
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              • #8
                Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                [quote user="Providence"]


                I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards. I am curious how peolpe know this? Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland? That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me. What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers? Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded? Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?! That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




                The point is this, just because a player at one time or anotherhas a"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




                Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




                [/quote]




                How do you feel about Ocho?? very similar stuationthat Ocho's been in.. except forOcho'sbeen frustrated for alot longer than Edwards has.




                i would say yes to Edwards in a heartbeat..it would be silly notto add talent to an already talented team.




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                • #9
                  Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                  [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="Providence"]


                  I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards.* I am curious how peolpe know this?* Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland?* That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me.* What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers?* Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded?* Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?!* That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




                  The point is this, just because a player at one time or another*has a*"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




                  Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




                  [/quote]




                  How do you feel about Ocho?? very similar stuation*that Ocho's been in.. except for*Ocho's*been frustrated for alot longer than Edwards has.




                  i would say yes to Edwards in a heartbeat..it would be silly not*to add talent to an already talented team.*




                  *

                  [/quote]

                  im with u bw...

                  get me ocho, boldin, or bray bray ... we need one of em
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                  • #10
                    Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                    Bray Bray or Boldin.

                    I don't want Ocho

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                    • #11
                      Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                      [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="Providence"]


                      Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

                      [/quote]
                      attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year?

                      I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing.

                      I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.[/quote]

                      those pedestrian numbers were with a sub par QB and o would of made him our #1 WR lsat year by far[/quote]
                      that's not the issue IMO. for that matter desean jackson would have been the best WR on the team. would you give up a 1 and 3 for him?

                      the issue is: can this guy command safety help so they aren't looking at 8 in the box all the time? I think he can, but I don't think he's the sure thing you guys think he is, and there's money and picks involved to complicate things.

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                      • #12
                        Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                        [quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="Providence"]


                        Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

                        [/quote]
                        attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year?

                        I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing.

                        I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.[/quote]

                        those pedestrian numbers were with a sub par QB and o would of made him our #1 WR lsat year by far[/quote]
                        that's not the issue IMO. for that matter desean jackson would have been the best WR on the team. would you give up a 1 and 3 for him?

                        the issue is: can this guy command safety help so they aren't looking at 8 in the box all the time? I think he can, but I don't think he's the sure thing you guys think he is, and there's money and picks involved to complicate things.[/quote]

                        I def think he demands saftey help. When he didn't, did u see what he did to us personally. Then we brought saftey help and he still raped us.

                        We don't need a DeSean Jackson type WR imo.
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                        • #13
                          Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                          [quote user="Providence"]


                          I don't know how many times I have seen this written in posts on these boards. I am curious how peolpe know this? Is it because he has been vocal about his lack of satisfaction with Cleveland? That's a pretty weak reason if you ask me. What about when Eli flat out refused to be drafted by the Chargers? Isn't that more selfish than expressing interest in being traded? Seriously, an unproven, unsigend, rookie QB was telling the team drafting him he didn't want to play for them?! That is beyond selfish and dwarfs anything Edwards has done.




                          The point is this, just because a player at one time or anotherhas a"me-first" attitude it doesn't mean we can't win a superbowl with him (like we did with Eli).




                          Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




                          [/quote]




                          As long as he shows up to practiceVoluntary and involuntary , Does not go to any club with the word latin in it, Does not carry a unregistered gun, and does not shoot himself, im all right with him being selfish.! Handsdown he will make the team BETTER

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                          • #14
                            Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                            [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="Providence"]


                            Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?

                            [/quote]
                            attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year?

                            I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing.

                            I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.[/quote]

                            those pedestrian numbers were with a sub par QB and o would of made him our #1 WR lsat year by far[/quote]
                            that's not the issue IMO. for that matter desean jackson would have been the best WR on the team. would you give up a 1 and 3 for him?

                            the issue is: can this guy command safety help so they aren't looking at 8 in the box all the time? I think he can, but I don't think he's the sure thing you guys think he is, and there's money and picks involved to complicate things.[/quote]

                            I def think he demands saftey help. When he didn't, did u see what he did to us personally. Then we brought saftey help and he still raped us.

                            We don't need a DeSean Jackson type WR imo.[/quote]
                            oh, he looked like a god in that game, no question. that was one of those perfect storm games where the browns HAD to win to keep their season alive. his other 15 games....not so much.

                            again, I personally would pull the trigger on a first and third for edwards. I'd also say that there's some risk involved. but he does have a nose for the end zone, and that's a huge plus.

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                            • #15
                              Re: "Braylon is a me-first person"

                              [quote user="dlivesay"][quote user="Providence"]


                              Are there real reasons that Edwards' attitude will stop us from being successful or are people just type-casting him because he is a young, black WR?




                              [/quote] attitude? I don't think so. didn't he pledge something like a million dollars for college scholarships for cleveland kids last year? I think the issue is that he's really only had one good year. his rookie year was cut short because of a knee injury. 61-884-6 his second year, pretty pedestrian. he had a great 3rd year and last year was disappointing. I'm not sure you're getting the 1,000 yard 10 TD guarantee you got when you had plax. would I still give up a 1 and 3 for him? well...yes i would. but theres risk involved, don't kid yourself.[/quote]




                              Exactly, any reason not to bring Edwards here would be performance based (which I think are legitimate concerns). Attitude concerns are bogus at best.




                              And to respond to the other poster, no I don't want Ocho Cinco. He's become injury prone and we don't need that. Boldin would br great, but Edwards is like 5 years younger and there is a lot to be said about that.

                              I bELIeve in February 4, 2018.

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