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Who else thinks TO is not giving a 100 percent

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by playmakers, Dec 25, 2006.

  1. playmakers

    playmakers Active Member

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    I live in Philly and watched him play here and he was uncoverable the last few seasons. To me, he looks like hes not trying as hard as he did the last few years. Some of the routes called for him are ridculous to his credit. But, its not the same TEEO that was here. He looks like hes not having fun and even though he says he was kidding when he said he wasnt having a good time, I beileve it. I think its showing in his play too. If I were the OCoordinater the first 5 plays I would get him two easy catches.
  2. Jimz31

    Jimz31 The Sarcastic One

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    I don't think that there is any question about that. You can tell from his body language.

    I don't care that he isn't involved till the 4th qtr., being a receiver has more to do with just getting the ball thrown to you.
  3. percyhoward

    percyhoward Research Tool

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    He definitely isn't being the vocal leader that he could be, and that he has been before. So, no, he's not giving 100%
  4. Dave_in-NC

    Dave_in-NC Well-Known Member

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    Age is creeping up on him and attitude has always been his problem.
    There has to be a mental disorder there.:D
  5. Big Dakota

    Big Dakota New Member

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    After hearing his "if you don't get me involved early it's too late" comments after the game i suspect he's not giving 100% all the time. Norm mentioned how bad his routs were in the post game. I think he gets into pout mode and whether it's conscious or not, he dogs it a bit. He really sounded like a petulant little kid after the game, to me anyway.
  6. chinch

    chinch No Quarter

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    we need to get him involved early otherwise he has a mental barrier and takes himself somewhat out of the game. it's like his memory for useless info is too long and instead of catching the TD on his breadbasket he was thinking to himself "why are we losing and i'm not getting the ball.

    we need to treat him like a teacher treats a student with ADHD... work around it don't pretend it doesn't exist.

    philly is also in his head... it's irrefutable at this point until he proves otherwise.
  7. Blue&Silver

    Blue&Silver Member

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    You didn't see him playing dominos last night. He was giving it 150% against them Eagles. :rolleyes:
  8. Dave_in-NC

    Dave_in-NC Well-Known Member

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    :lmao2:
  9. EagleHarry

    EagleHarry New Member

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    He's a punk and his attitude is getting worse. No question he's a great talent, but nothing is ever his fault. And that crazy looking smile of his when they are losing? Man, I'm just waiting for him to explode BIG TIME at some point and never return to reality again. He's NUTS!
  10. jeeb

    jeeb New Member

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    I hope one day he wakes up and realizes he is 33 years old and should not act like he's 5. My two year old niece craves less attention then he does.

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