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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Big TT, Nov 6, 2006.
I might as well cheer him. I'll be cursing him all afternoon.
well I've been rooting for him all season, and if I lived in TN, I'd definately be cheering. The guy was forced out of here. I don't see why he should be boo'd. But I will be rooting for him to be sacked and picked off many times.
Its fine to cheer the introduction and all. I just dont think you cheer the 'enemy' during the game
he shouldn't be boo'ed. no sports figure in a simular situation should expect no boos whatsoever. How about Vineteri on tv last night? Did he have it coming because he was a sell out... a sell out to a bitter rival no less? Do we see parrells here? Johnny Damon even if you want to stay inside Bean Town. It ain't right. It's just sports. It's not like someone has rigged explosives to his toilet. That would just be flat out wrong. How does the old nursery ryhme go? Sticks and stones may break my bones? That's not always true but the point is a boo is merely an expression of disatisfaction with a situation... I'm sure most are disatisfied with the McNair saga... it's outcome... all that. Imagine in all those in attendence that are unhappy boo'ed... hell, those who blame the f.o. could boo their own team at every game. That's fine by me. We can all go worship at the alter of BongoTide. :bonk2:
I didn't clap for him when he was here why start now :grrhee:
Thanks for all you've done for us Steve!
NOW EAT TURF!!!!
I found on interesting thread.
jets fans on pat fans booing Vinatieri...
lol...my feelings exactly. Our defenders should hold up their hands like they are open.....after all those years of being a Titan he might relapse back and throw to one of them.
I'd cheer him.
Not rooting for a good game out of 'em, but will not boo him.