Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by SawdustMan, Feb 12, 2013.
VY #1 high school custodian.
He's already in financial trouble and wants to take out a loan for 300k for a birthday party? Yet some still want him as our franchise QB...
Hmmmm if he threw a 300,000 dollar party do you not think that there would be tons of witnesses!?!?! Sounds a little fishy to me! And no I dont mean Jeff Fisher.
I mean he won more games for us then the last hasselback, collins, and Locker combined!
VY started 49 games for us. Hasselbeck has started 22 games, Locker has started 10 games, and I don't know how many KFC started, but he shouldn't even count in this discussion.
KFC probably started 35 games or so.
I honestly don't feel sorry for him. He's a grown arse man and deserves what he gets for being irresponsible. He had it coming from what he spends on a monthly basis, it was just a matter of time until it caught up with him.
i care as much as he cares that he made the Titans a laughing stock over stupid coach vs player drama. To put it another way, I don't care at all.
which bank gives out 300,000 for birthday parties????
not buying it.
Anyone surprised that Titanswillwin and TheSureThing don't buy it?
This financial adviser said this under oath. And it'd be a pretty easy thing to prove/disprove using both the loan documents as well as sales receipts/bank statements during that time. Can't see this guy risking perjury just to make VY look like the idiot we already know he is.
More importantly, what in VY's history would lead you to believe he wouldn't do such a thing? 104.5 had an interesting segment a few months back where people were calling in sharing stories of VY's spending habits. Stuff like $5,000 tabs at Applebees. $10,000 at Dave & Busters. Just stupid, stupid stuff. The people calling in were bartenders, servers, etc. But I suppose it could've been a massive, well-planned conspiracy to make VY look bad.
Don't forget, I was a VY fan for the longest. But it's one thing to defend his on-field production. It's another thing entirely to defend him against being an idiot. We all know that's a well-established fact.
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