Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Wolf, Jan 24, 2012.
Don't forget to bring the popcorn
Wtf did he do? Hand a guy a suitcase full of cash and tell him to bury it in the back yard?
$80 million *POOF!*
It's really tough to feel sorry for a dude that ends up broke after earning that kind of jack.
He refuses to take responsibility for his actions and his life. So this is the sort of life he can expect for the rest of his life, or until he changes.
80 million is what he got from the NFL. I bet he got at least 20 million more from endorsements, advertising and TV show revenues. It's just pathetic that he ends up in this situation when a guy like Carson Palmer has 80 million in the bank. Palmer was surrounded by a team of criminals his entire career and ended up with 80 mill in his account. TO's got no excuse.
Particularly when the dude in question has a well-documented history of being an unmitigated prick to his own teammates and a cancer to virtually every team he's ever played with.
I don't hate TO, but karma can be a real *****.
Or Enron type investments, Madorf, Stanford, Humberto......
He's a whiney prick who accepts no responsiblity for his actions and wastes tons of money with no idea of where or how he lost it. Sounds like he should run for Congress, he's perfect for the job.
A fool and his money are soon parted!
IF THAT'S NOT SPENDING LAVISHLY WHAT THE **** IS?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
80 mil. Shyeah. 80 mil, me and the next two generations of me wouldn't spend that much.
I dont care what anyone says to has always kept in shape and imo would of been wayy better then having freaking jocoby jones this year And prob more explosive hen kevin walter. Why we didnt take a look at him imo was a big mastike Hell the jj muff return prob would of never happend if TO. Was here
I heard that he has had some really bad investments and bought a bunch of property right before the market crashed
Comments about Jeff Garcia!
Then again, Garcia pulled this:
Meanwhile, we've never really seen you with a hottie.
Then, there was the whole screw Baltimore deal to go to Philly thingy.
Then, there was the whole throwing McNabb under the bus.
Then, there was the whole Dallas thing.
Ya don't say? You're broke and without friends??
Karma, she's a *****!!!
I'm not sure how you came to any conclusion to ***** about JJ in this thread honestly. NO team in the league wanted the guy for a reason. TO would have been ranting and raving all over the sidelines at TJ Yates by the time we faced the Jags. The Texans had a great locker room and a lot of great leaders. No way in hell they were going to be dumb enough to bring in a poison like TO. You obviously haven't learned from his history at how effective he's been in destroying locker rooms.
I won't assume that TO would gave ranted and raved at TJ by the mere fact when Tony blew it at the goal line in a playoff game, he came to his defense. I doubt is any true Cowboys hater has forgotten the tears and "I love my quarterback" quote through tears. Even if insincere, it couldn't have come at a better time for a young rookie from a seasoned veteran.
I'm not a TO apologist and believe that he could have made a great name for himself had he just gone out there and played the game and kept the opinions (some I agree with) to himself.
This is a laugh Starstruck. That was the fakest display in sports history.
And funny how you forget all the termoil that he caused two seasons later where tore that locker room apart. He had a shoving match in the locker room, he went at it with Todd Haley, he had the suicide incident with the pills, he caused all sorts of problems on the offense and made up some pathetic conspiracy about Romo and Witten having their own plays for each other. He became a complete disaster in Dallas. Even Jerry Jones finally pulled the plug on him when he loved the guy and the attention he brought to the organization, but everyone from within kept forcing Jerry's hand. There is nothing good that you could say about TO in his tenure in Dallas other than the fact that he put up strong numbers. He disrespected that entire team multiple times for years.
LOL, Texecutionor don't fry me, but "He disrespected that entire team MULTIPLE times for YEARS" is a bit of a stretch.
Most of that locker room stuff is lies hyped up by the media yall. Cant be that dumb to beleive everything espn tells u can u
TO had no problems in western ny and in cincy. So to say he would come here and be a cancer is just dumb U have to admit when it comes to game time to battles
You clearly have no understanding of what has taken place in his career. ESPN didn't make TO scream and get in his teammates faces for no reason the sidelines. ESPN didn't make TO cause such a problem that the 49ers were forced to trade one of the best WR's in football at the time. ESPN didn't make TO try to imply that his QB was gay so the rest of the team could alienate him and embarrass him publicly. ESPN didn't cause the Eagles to get so frustrated with him to the point that they had to pay him just to leave even when he was putting up huge numbers. ESPN didn't cause even Jerry Jones of all people to release the guy. ESPN didn't make up some story about two suicide attempts by taking pills.
You're a fan of the guy obviously and an apologist for his actions. They speak for themselves.
And once again, you aren't aware of anything the guy did. It didn't take him even 4 games before he started criticizing his QB in Buffalo. He said things about Trent Edwards as well, but the Bills sucked so bad that it was hardly talked about. It was no surprise though, that TO didn't help that team or create any boost over there. It was also no surprise that he wasn't wanted back over there either.
The Bills were the only team in the NFL that would even touch him, so how in the world do you say that this was "media hype"?
Also in Cinci he trashed the entire organization at the end of the year, and yeah it wasn't talked about a lot, because the Bengals sucked really bad so it really didn't matter what TO said or did at the time.
There are 32 NFL teams and not one has wanted to touch the guy this year. The Texans were obviously right at not wanting to deal with the guy either. He is still a cancer to the people around him even in his own personal life.
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