Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Romonater, Jul 23, 2013.
This is exactly what I came in to this thread to say.
Everyone was ready to give up on him during the crackhead incident. I wasn't. I'm glad to see him rise above it and succeed.
I remember when Trick and I were discussing the potential of us getting him. We were so excited we were in disbelief. Man, I'm still excited.
Gosh I love the passion from Dez... we need a few more players to step up with that kind of passion. A few years ago Hatcher said he didn't know who the leader(s) were on this team... well now it is pretty clear. Dez is 100% the leader. I can't fully say that about any of the others.. maybe Witten in a quiet way do your job type of way.
Maturity is a beautiful thing.
I have always liked the kid, .. I wish I could have seen this interview, and not just listen to it.
What a disappointing interview. They didn't once ask what his mom's job was.
It almost makes me teary eyed listening to him. I was pulling for him so much. I wanted him to have a better life than what he was given for so much of his young life. I can't say enough how proud I am to see him mature and take control of his life. Kudos to all those in his life that are helping him become a level headed young man.
That is nonsense about Romo. He's been a one-man team for years. If he played in San Francisco, he would have won the Super Bowl last year.
Is Brady aloof? Was Aikman? Rodgers, Peyton, Young, Moon......?
Leaders tend to be that way. Dez is a phenomenal player, but he's a long way from being a mentor for other players. Maybe one day.
DCFanatic is a complete tool
I love Dez though
LOL What does this rant have to do with what I said? If Dez played for SF he would have won a Super Bowl too.
Is Brady aloof? Let's see...(look at the score in the game)
Aikman aloof? LOL. Michael Irvin was scared to cross him.
Weren't you the one beating the drums a year ago to lock up Dez and throw away the key?
Romo's not a leader only if you dislike him. Simple as that.
Just another intangible, irrational criticism of the guy. Good reminder of the unintelligence of the average NFL fan.
I think that's more a result of people measuring WR performance in terms of production (rec, yds, TD) rather than efficiency (yards per target, catch rate, TD% INT%). If you used the same stats to judge WR performance that are used for QB, you'd find a greater correlation between WR performance and successful passing attacks.
That's why it's rare to see a QB and a WR from the same team both make first team All-Pro. It doesn't mean the All-Pro QB don't have WR who are worthy. Just means they're not over-targeting their WR enough to make them All-Pro or get them into what's considered the Top 5.
Wow...the difference between this interview and his first is like night and day. What a mature sounding, confident, energetic and willing player. Just listening to this you get the feeling that he JUST CAN'T WAIT for the season to start. He says that he loves football so much that he would probably play for free...and I almost believe him. I really feel that Dez is going to be an absolute monster this year...a monster.
I think we finally found our leader.
Aikman aloof.. Brady aloof? lol... think again.
Here is Peyton being aloof....
Dez is going to be a bad mutha(shut your mouth)...!
His light bulb came on and he knows what he wants and has to do. I am excited to see what he does this season.