VY's Mommy: "He's hurting inside and out."

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  1. Shaft75

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    Showtime100 Got JJ?

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    Uh-oh, he didn't. Look out folks Vince's mom is pissed. I hope she doesn't tell my mom. I could get grounded all the things I said.
     
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    Maybe Mommy needs to quit calling a grown man her "baby boy".

    Maybe then he would realize that he is a man and start acting like one.
     
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    Showtime100 Got JJ?

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    Maybe he's got India and a big fattie on his mind. :hobie:
     
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    I just want to see who can come up with the best joke combining "hurting inside" and "disappearing sausage trick."
     
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    I agree!! I've already posted my comments on another thread, so I won't repeat myself here. Just want to say that as a Mom/Grandmom, I tell my kids to conduct themselves in a manner that makes them proud of who they are, because that reflects on ME!!:) VY's Mom should have taken him out behind the barn a LONG time ago!! It's called TOUGH LOVE!
     
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    Sounds like you think Vince Young needs a good spanking.
     


  9. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    Too easy and there's a point where I just can't get a bunch of enthusiasm for kicking a guy who's down. Now, don't get me wrong. I'll kick him all the way down with a smile on my face just like the rest of America but once he taps out and curls up into a ball I just can't see the fun in that.

    Some guys have just enormous gobs of talent but don't have the brains to play in the pros. Others have the talent and the brains but not the necessary mindset or psychological makeup. I'm starting to think that the real killer for Vince might be the latter. So he scored poorly on his test? Big deal. It's entertaining to make fun of but if the man can play football then the man can play football and it's not really all that important in the long run. On the other hand if he can't deal with the attention (which nobody ever guaranteed would be 100% positive) and the criticism that being one of maybe the 32 most scrutinized players in the NFL brings then that's a whole other ball of wax and he might be out of football in a year or two at the rate he's going.
     
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    Momma needs to yank her tit out of her "baby boy's" mouth and allow his sack to drop.
     
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    Maybe this thread can be used as a 'get well soon' type b/c it's obvious VY has some issues, and it's never fun to see that. As Texans fans we have an obligation to hate our rival and their players- but let's leave that mostly to the field. When it comes to mental issues like depression, it's better just to wish the guy the best. I'd be perfectly happy if he keeps his millions goes on and has a successful life, but not against us on the football field.

    hurting inside and the disappearing sausage trick... wow. that's too funny, and I think i'll refrain from commenting on that one. LMAO

    Sometimes we have to be the bigger people and when someone is really hurting, we don't have to push them down farther. Flame me if ya want and say it's all fair game, but let's criticize VY on his ability to play in the pros, lead his team, be the franchise QB, etc (or lack of ability) and his desire for sausage parties... but I say we be a little bigger (cuz we're from Texas) and not make fun of him for being depressed and whatever else may come about.

    It's great to hate on Brady, Merriman, Jaguars OL, etc. but we shouldn't be overly happy their injured for the entire season. Makes me like our chances of beating them, those teams having a worse record, but I always hate to see serious injuries to any player
     
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    Whether his sack drops or not has no bearing on his oral fixation... Plain and simple, vy sucks.
     
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    All jokes aside, the dude really does need to follow his heart. If he isn't into football anymore, he needs to call it quits now and do himself and millions of others a favor. You can't play football if you aren't 100% committed.
     
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    He's still into football, he is just having a pity party. Who here on this board has never had a pity party before?

    He has been treated like a football hero all of his life. Now that he has reached the NFL, he is just another player. He is going to have to work hard if he wants to reach the next level in this league. I really believe he still can, if he is willing to do the necessary work and get over himself.
     
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    “He is a young man. He just needs a lot of love and support.’’


    Someone get this man some hugs! Can't you see he's dying inside?

    I think the whole Titans team needs to have another team meeting and give Vince a big ole' group hug.
     
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    Wow, what an epic meltdown. I do wish VY - the person - finds help.

    And honestly, I do hope he gets it together and plays football for the Titans again. If for no other reason than to give the Texans a chance to beat a VY-led team.

    I guess him running around Reliant yelling "this is my house!" was indicative of much deeper mental issues, 'eh? We were told it was all about winning, but that was a whole lot of emotion being displayed by a rookie towards a team that went 2-14 the year before. That little display was born from deep-rooted emotional issues, entirely based upon not getting picked for the team. That was unprofessional, and dare I say....immature and childish. Obviously a sign of things to come.
     
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    A pity party? Where he quits on his team in front of everyone?

    If he does ever get his head on straight and decides to "man up" he is going to have a lot of difficulty getting his teammates to look at him as a leader.

    I think he has lost any respect he had from the Titans players. It will be a long, long time (if ever) he regains any respect.
     
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    this came to mind
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    OK. Fair enough. It is a pity-party and a temper-tantrum combined. Those two do often go together.

    Personally, I have found that it works a lot better if you can have the pity-party in private, and skip the temper-tantrum altogether.
     
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    agreed


    except if it's karl malone
     
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