Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Cajuncowboy, Dec 9, 2012.
Fisher is not an ESPN guy. He's on the Cowboys radio network station.
I think even Ware has commented on Jay's demeanor. Some days you get the good Jay and other days you get the bad Jay.
His time is definitely limited. Too much money for his lack of production and injuries. The defensive line just became a huge need in FA and the draft.
Spears, Brent, Rat, and Coleman are likely out next year. A lot of new faces next year on the DL. I'm kind of really looking forward to some new players on the DL.
Yes I know that
I am saying Tim macmahon told me on Friday this was no big deal.
Fisher has been yapping about it since Thursday night.
He labeled rat a malcontent essentially Friday on the fan.
Jerry made some comments during the week of the Philly game where i could see he was needling some of the injured players to suck it up and get back on the field.
Good for Jerry.
The most successful owner in the nfl that signs jay's checks cant carry his shoes?
Too bad none of those days we get the "bad Jay" happen to be gamedays.
Maybe Jerry had some liquid courage.
whatever.....media twist on things?
Jay is probably the toughest dude on the team. Doubt he is milking the injury.
Really? I just wish he had the guts to take on offensive lineman the way he takes on tiny old men. He seems to have no problems roughing up reporters and owners.. but he gets on the field and he disappears.
What makes you think that?
I recall Jerry going after another player years ago - MBIII, I believe - in a similar circumstance.
Based on what?
The position he plays. The level he has played at. His intensity. What the coaches have said, ect...better question is, why wouldn’t you think that?
When the owner has to confront you to get off your butt and play, he's not the toughest on the team. The position he plays and the perceived intensity is irrelevant.
who and where was this reported....anybody got the transcript or URL?
Don't agree with this.
What makes you think this?
That is irrelevant.
In all fairness, Jerry is more privy to what the trainers are telling him than we are. While I am no fan of Jerry, this is not common and likely has some basis to it.