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Why is everybody so ready to pile on Tyler? I don't think he was a great college QB or a winner but I hope heroes number 1 in the draft and has a great career. I don't get rooting for him to fail and I actually think he might come off ok.
Don't think anyone is rooting for him to fail, and I was under the impression people were saying a lot of the things they said, tongue in cheek. Regardless, he's headed to the NFL draft, not the personality awards, so it doesn't really matter in the end if someone says his personality won't mesh with Gruden's.
Thank you, my good sir
Butch Jones. Who???
It makes me laugh when people act like they know the personality of people on our football team. I would argue that most people here have absolutely no idea how Tyler acts in a football practice or responds to coaching. Is there stuff he needs to work on? Sure. But is he going to go in and piss himself because a football coach is asking him a football question? No.
Not tryin to be an a-hole, just saying... People are making a lot of assumptions about him and kinda seeming to forget the fact that he is a 21 year old kid hoping to follow his dreams. Lets be supportive and hope he kicks butt on tv instead of assuming he wont succeed...
This post was edited by thankinvol21 14 months ago
I don't think you're legally allowed to speculate that fact until after the airing of the interview.
I think people are taking this way too seriously. Most of the posters are not wishing ill will or saying he is an idiot. They are joking about his gunslinging mentality as a Quarterback. He was a relaxed, no worries type of player when we saw him in post game interviews, that's how we all assumed he was. Just because we don't have info on him as a true person does not make it wrong to base our perception on what we have witnessed for three years.
Yep. Some folks need to develop that little character asset called "sense of humor."
i heard about this on the radio earlier and started laughing thinking about Gruden asking tyler how to diagram plays and defenses and what to do in certain situations. I wonder how stoned Bray will look when he is on there. Im definitely gonna record this and watch it over and over. I hope he does well and fixes his character issues off the field from what the coaches were saying about him he is good at just going out there and being a playmaker but when it comes down to X's and O's he needs alot of work. Hes gonna have to work hard to be a great NFL quarterback and so i guess well have to wait and see how he does
This post was edited by copeforvols1022 14 months ago
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