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Old 07-03-2014, 01:44 PM   #166
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How is RGIII a douche?
All the self-promotion for one thing. Just my opinion, though.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:00 PM   #167
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How is RGIII a douche?
well... he put the organization in a bind last year essentially demanding he be started.

he's done nothing but take shots at shanahan since he was fired. he's still taking shots.

off the field he's a raging douche at this point. the fact that he has so much influence over the organization is deeply concerning to me right now.

i hope 2012 was just a small sample of what he's capable of on the field, because off the field isn't looking so great right now.

oh and remember how last year he was like 'I don't need preseason'? Someone obviously talked to him, he did a 180 the day after. But for a split second we got a clear view of what his mentality actually is.
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Old 07-03-2014, 02:15 PM   #168
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his "operation patience" t shirt was unnecessary. thats the only thing imo and I am a big shanny fan.

there is a thin line between being confident and cocky.

RG3 has def stayed on the side of confident.

Manziel has def stayed on the side of cocky.

both are necessary for glory positions like QB or WR or CB.



but please - lets not turn this into a RG3 and manziel comparison thread. RG3 is nothing like manziel.
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People sure have an interesting view on the word douche. I guess pretty much every athlete qualifies.
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I think a lot of the negative things attributed to RG3 were overblown or from his people/family. I also think some of it was straight lying from the Shanahans.
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I think a lot of the negative things attributed to RG3 were overblown or from his people/family. I also think some of it was straight lying from the Shanahans.


What did they say about him because I have never heard them utter one bad word about Bob .
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People sure have an interesting view on the word douche. I guess pretty much every athlete qualifies.
Only a douche would say that.

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All the self-promotion for one thing. Just my opinion, though.
Self promotion is good though. Self promotion means more endorsements, which means more money, which hopefully means a more cap friendly contract after his rookie deal expires.

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Turning into a real wtf thread.
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People sure have an interesting view on the word douche. I guess pretty much every athlete qualifies.
Not every athlete. But in my opinion a lot of them do qualify. Maybe I'm just getting older and more crotchety, who knows. Guys like London, Santana, Kerrigan, Rak, Morris, etc. who just put on their hats and go to work are the type of players teams need to succeed. Yes, certain positions require some confidence, even cockiness, but some players take it over the line. Griffin, for me, has not taken it too far yet, but some of the things I hear from him and see him doing are a bit eyebrow raising.

I'm definitely not as down on him as tshile is, but compared to a guy like Alf...

Again, just my opinion.
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well... he put the organization in a bind last year essentially demanding he be started.



he's done nothing but take shots at shanahan since he was fired. he's still taking shots.



off the field he's a raging douche at this point. the fact that he has so much influence over the organization is deeply concerning to me right now.



i hope 2012 was just a small sample of what he's capable of on the field, because off the field isn't looking so great right now.



oh and remember how last year he was like 'I don't need preseason'? Someone obviously talked to him, he did a 180 the day after. But for a split second we got a clear view of what his mentality actually is.

First of all efff Shanahan, second of all did he actually say he doesnt need pre-season?
How is he a raging douche off the field? He does not have control of the organization, but we traded away alot to draft him and he plays the qb position. He is basically the centerpiece of everything we want to do going forward. Of-course we are going to cater to that. We would be foolish not to.
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well... he put the organization in a bind last year essentially demanding he be started.

he's done nothing but take shots at shanahan since he was fired. he's still taking shots.

off the field he's a raging douche at this point. the fact that he has so much influence over the organization is deeply concerning to me right now.

i hope 2012 was just a small sample of what he's capable of on the field, because off the field isn't looking so great right now.

oh and remember how last year he was like 'I don't need preseason'? Someone obviously talked to him, he did a 180 the day after. But for a split second we got a clear view of what his mentality actually is.

Well, that was a whole lot of misguided.
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Not every athlete. But in my opinion a lot of them do qualify. Maybe I'm just getting older and more crotchety, who knows. Guys like London, Santana, Kerrigan, Rak, Morris, etc. who just put on their hats and go to work are the type of players teams need to succeed. Yes, certain positions require some confidence, even cockiness, but some players take it over the line. Griffin, for me, has not taken it too far yet, but some of the things I hear from him and see him doing are a bit eyebrow raising.

I'm definitely not as down on him as tshile is, but compared to a guy like Alf...

Again, just my opinion.
He's had a pretty quiet and routine offseason from what I've seen. What exactly is he doing that's eyebrow raising?
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