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Thread: Aren't you guys tired of hearing Joey harrington Cry about his days with the Lions?

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    Aren't you guys tired of hearing Joey harrington Cry about his days with the Lions?

    Man, I haven't heard anyone cry this much about being treated that way. What a cry baby, isn't he man enough to suck it up?
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    It is time to move on and get with the program. When ya spend so much time looking back it's hard to see where your going.


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    I'd call it venting. The man had a terrible time in Detroit and was their scape goat. If people would stop asking, he will stop talking.
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    If I was stuck on the lions being a 3rd round pick that isn't living up to potential, I'd say much worse than Joey is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juniorseau55
    Man, I haven't heard anyone cry this much about being treated that way. What a cry baby, isn't he man enough to suck it up?
    It's funny we call him a crybaby but it's O.K for us fans to endlessly complain about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juniorseau55
    Man, I haven't heard anyone cry this much about being treated that way. What a cry baby, isn't he man enough to suck it up?
    First off, I haven't heard him "Cry" about anything. I've heard him speak and reflect on his days in Detroit and how they weren't necessarily the best of times for him, but, I also haven't heard him volunteer any information that he wasn't directly asked. It's not like Joey is just out there spouting off at the mouth. Reporters have asked him questions and he's given them an honest answer. What do you expect him to come out and say? "Oh yeah, I love being on a directionless team, void of any kind of leadership or coaching ability. I loved having no offensive line to block for me, a mediocre at best running attack, and a WR or two that couldn't live up to their high draft pick." True, Joey hasn't exactly lived up to his either, but, don't make him out to be this cry baby for simply answering questions. I'm tired of players answering a reporters question and then getting accused "Crying" about the issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juniorseau55
    Man, I haven't heard anyone cry this much about being treated that way. What a cry baby, isn't he man enough to suck it up?
    Reporters ask and he answers.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by finmann
    Reporters ask and he answers.....
    Exactly. He's not crying. He's calling them like he sees them.

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    Well, I hope he gets it out of his system, he's with us now, and we need him to get focus on the task at hand, and get his head right. Detriot's over for him for now, he needs to move and so do we.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfan34
    First off, I haven't heard him "Cry" about anything. I've heard him speak and reflect on his days in Detroit and how they weren't necessarily the best of times for him, but, I also haven't heard him volunteer any information that he wasn't directly asked. It's not like Joey is just out there spouting off at the mouth. Reporters have asked him questions and he's given them an honest answer. What do you expect him to come out and say? "Oh yeah, I love being on a directionless team, void of any kind of leadership or coaching ability. I loved having no offensive line to block for me, a mediocre at best running attack, and a WR or two that couldn't live up to their high draft pick." True, Joey hasn't exactly lived up to his either, but, don't make him out to be this cry baby for simply answering questions. I'm tired of players answering a reporters question and then getting accused "Crying" about the issue.
    That's exactly how I see it. And, there's no crying in football!
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