Originally Posted by Alexander
I don't dislike Bledsoe as a person. I am sure he is a very nice fellow. I dislike some of the things I have seen from him on the field and what comes out of his mouth. There is a difference.
How can what he has done before not matter to you? His performance on the field should certainly matter. The fact that he apparently has been passed over for younger players TWICE in the past five years should also matter somewhat.
The way he chooses to characterize himself should also matter. What I find particularly chilling is the way he felt it was necessary for him to give himself some credit for winning the championship game. He managed that game well, but it was Troy Brown's special teams return that iced the game along with NE's defense.
All that we are missing is him referring to himself in the third person and declaring himself "the QB of this football team".
It does not matter because I don't think that highly of Buffalo coaching staff and their play calling to begin with I think they are a poorly coached team. As for being beaten out Losman did not beat him out, Brady on the other hand took advantage of an opportunity when Bledsoe was injured and did take the job even Bledsoe can recognize that. What I do care about is what he does in Dallas and I'm more than willing to sit back and see how he does before claiming him to be a success or failure for Dallas. Sorry I have watched other QB who did not do well one place and ended up doing very well some where else