Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by BTX, Nov 27, 2012.
It was five years today he lost his life. What a tragedy he was so gifted.
I do recall people here calling him a thug the day before he was shot and then worshipping the day after.
RIP Sean Taylor.
I wont deny that he had some bad moments the first couple of years in the league. But after his daughter was born he was a completely different man, it changed him. He was a very talented player, and was a great father who died protecting his girlfriend and his daughter. Dont put him down in death, respect that he died protecting people he loved.
I wasn't posting here at that time but I wouldn't be surprised at all given what these posters say about the players on their own team.
Well he WAS a thug... but it's still sad to see a young person die is such a tragic manner...
No offense but...who cares? Why does something that stupid even matter?
Yeah I didn't understand why he brought that up either.
Having compassion for others is not easy for some people. It's easier for some to hate and insult rather than emphasize.
Pointing out hypocrisy I'd wager.
Man I remember when it happened. Initially it was reported that he was shot in the leg and I thought hed be back in a few weeks. So unfortunate. RIP.
No he wasn't. I get so tired of people throwing the term thug around loosely like you are doing.
Very classy thread, CZ. It is much appreciated by this Skins fan!
Do you think you are more mature than at 24?
I'd like to think he was starting to, but never got the chance.