Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Mar 26, 2014.
Good for Spears ....... always seemed like a good dude.
kinda surprised I thought hed always manage a rotation role on some team.
[quote"DallasDW00ds0n, post: 5493772, member: 2388"]kinda surprised I thought hed always manage a rotation role on some team.[/quote]
His knees are shot!
I dunno...........Spears to me just never had the football heart. The Eeyore of the Cowboys was my impression.
When you are good the media, they will be good back to you.
Hope he is better at that then he was playing DT in the NFL
Good for him, good to see the old Cowboys doing something positive
Strahan has started some kinda weird trend.
That is really cool. I always liked him as a player and person. He never turned out to be the stud everyone thought he would be out of college but he was solid.
Always seemed to be a team player and was very well spoken. I wish him the best!!
Except Strahan is a douchebag. Can't stand the guy.
Correct. He was always good for a quote or two.
Always liked Marcus Spears.
Interesting. I had the opposite feeling about him, thought he was a stand up dude.
I never saw him moping around or heard him whining about things. Eeyore means Greg Ellis to me.
it's only a matter of time that he says or writes something negative and this board will turn against him. Before long he will be a no good bum, doesn't know anything about the Cowboys, hasn't been in the locker room in a couple of years, has no friends on the team, etc.......
If Spears managed to play as many years as he did with the Cowboys without making too many enemies, I think it's probably safe to say he should manage to fare well enough at DMN. He was surely asked his share of loaded questions by the media during his tenure with the Cowboys without unduly angering the fans. He should be fine as long as he continues along those lines.
Wow that must be a lonely club. Are you sure your not confusing him with Chris Collinsworth?
He was kept around longer than he should have been and should be gratefull enough not to trash his former team. This will be the basis of my insults if we need to go that route.
That's already happened... But so what? We say all the time how some former players are not good football analysts. Faulk, Deion, who am I missing?
Everything I've ever read about the guy, he's a good person. Him deciding to move onto his post football life is a good thing...even if it's with the evil media.