Originally Posted by cowboys2233
But he just destroys his credibility in doing so, which means people will take what he says with a grain of salt. Like the boy who cried wolf, lie enough and people won't take you seriously anymore. Why would someone who so desperately wants to be known for being a good football mind who can be a very positive force in putting together a team damage his credibility like this?
Maybe it's the whole "yes man" thing -- surround yourself with enough of these people, and you really do lose touch with reality. Maybe he actually believes that fans are still buying into what he's saying because there is no one around him telling him otherwise, no one to tell him that he is making himself look like an absolute fool? Man, what a bubble that must be.
people SHOULD take what he says with a grain of salt. I have for years. I don't believe he has any credibility to be damaged.