Originally Posted by lspain1
I didn't hear this interview so the tone of the words I can't speak to. However, the recap sounds like an honest guy giving his perspective. How many of us would feel differently in his shoes? I'm certainly ready to give him the benefit of a doubt and hope he does very well here.
I just worry from what I have read here (and elsewhere) about his mental makeup. It is said that Parcells keeps him grounded and under control.
There is no denying he is bitter towards the Bills. I don't fault him for that, but he mentions it in every single interview
he done since signing with us. He could very well just come across as gracious to the Bills for letting him go and hopeful to do well in Dallas. But instead he has never passed up the opportunity to take a shot at J.P. Losman.
He still has an axe to grind and is using that for motivation. I would rather him just sugarcoat it and tell a pleasant lie about how he is motivated to get back to the Super Bowl.
I am sorry if it seems like I am not giving him the benefit of the doubt, but insecurity and paranoia is not really something I find a desireable trait in my QB. If it exists in his gulliver, I would prefer he does not talk about it ad nauseum