-The Glove- wrote:
SharkHawk wrote:Good thing Sherman never blew a coverage this year. EVER. He's perfect. And now being a great teammate to boot.
Wow, man, wow. A specific play was brought up. He commented on it honestly. Does that mean he's somehow a bad teammate now?
What are you talking about? I said he's never blown a coverage. EVER. He's perfect. How does my statement cause you to make such a leap? This is just like twitter. We can say whatever veiled thing we want, and frame it however we want later. I never put in any emoticons alluding to sarcasm. So how do you know I'm not saying Richard Sherman is a great teammate?
On an entirely different note..... when you're in kindergarten, you typically learn this little thing about saying nice things. Whether it's "honest" or not, there are some things that don't ever need to be said. Being a good teammate sometimes means shutting your mouth, even when asked a question about a specific play that was one where a teammate didn't play it 100% correct. Maybe as good teammates we say something to the effect of, "Well, there were a lot of plays in that game that could have gone differently, I don't think it's right to point at one specific play." It's "playerspeak" but players who speak that way tend to be much more respected and welcomed by their teammates. Those teams function better. They tend to win.
We have rules here too... and although many things we could jump on here and say are TRUE, the rules say we can't attack other posters. So being true doesn't make it right. Or am I wrong there too? Leaving things out there dangling and open to interpretation to a lot of followers like has happened in this case, whether misconstrued or not is not a good idea. Your view differs. Wow, MANNNNNNN, WOW!