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He didn't quit in a game. He continued to play until he was traded.
Bravo to him, but that still doesn't make Minkah a bad person for what he did.
I'm not arguing against the notion he quit. But he has the right to take himself out of an unfavorable situation. If players want to ride it, then...
Says the person calling Minkah a baby and calling him coddled. But okay.
So basically anyone who leaves a job or a workplace that doesn't sit right with them is a baby, not a grown person who understands when something...
He's a baby because he doesn't want to sit through an engineered dumpster fire? Lol.
I know. I'm just sayin'.
Anybody who is on board for this after painting Minkah a "me-first" type of player really need to check themselves.
Don't worry. I'm sure Fitzpatrick will turn it all around next week. *scoffs*
To be fair, that probably wouldn't have done a lot better if Cam hadn't handed over the QB spot to Trent Green.
But, hey, who would have saw that...
Not that I want to defend this performance. But... how?
The front office quit on the season. If Minkah's a diva, then the FO is Moulin Rouge.
He could've made a sandwich, toasted and all, in the pockets he had.
If they have no desire to win, why would they want to be traded from a team that's tanking?
Nice footwork by Preston Williams.
All joking aside, I can get replacing Denney. He was getting up there in years, and he would have to be replaced eventually. But the timing is...
Denney?! DENNEY?! Nah, Flores has gone too far. Fire him!
How? They made the playoffs last year and they got a lot better from this trade.
Well, Texans just won the AFC South.
When I'm in a similar type of workplace as the NFL, then we can talk. But I'm not, so....