I believe any man's finest hour - his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle...Victorious
Imagine you're a college player slated to be the #1 QB in the draft. Everything you've worked for has come down to this. A huge part of your financial and pro future comes down to a couple of hours of prime-time scrutiny, where all you can do is sit there and wait. Every camera in the room is fixed on you. all your friends and family are watching and waiting for your name to be called. You can't play football, make any last minute plays to change anything. Just sit there. Everyone has told you that you will be picked today without a doubt. And then it happens, you slip to 2nd round. I think he's allowed a little emotional response don't you? It's not like this is the game, the football field where he has any control over anything, so it actually contrasts significantly to everything he will face going forward.
So I ask again: do you guys actually have any legitimate examples of his "bad attitude" other than this one incident? A time, which for many pro football players might be the toughest thing to deal with because you absolutely no control over it. Any real reasons? Anybody? Or are you just going to say "seriously?" Because you don't have an intelligent response..