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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by Mardigras9 Sherman and Lynch stand out on the Seahawks to me, not as thugs, but as just outright punks. Lynch's ridiculous behavior (in my opinion) in the national spotlight during interviews does not paint a mature adult ...

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Old 02-02-2015, 10:17 AM   #61
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Sherman and Lynch stand out on the Seahawks to me, not as thugs, but as just outright punks. Lynch's ridiculous behavior (in my opinion) in the national spotlight during interviews does not paint a mature adult picture. What has happened to this guy in the past that has left him feeling so persecuted by the media. Sherman takes trash talking to a whole different level, I would venture to a unproductive level at that. But I don't know anything about these players except the little exposure I see on TV. Don't really care if they wear their pants around their ankles or can't sit down in their skinny jeans, whatever floats their boat.
These guys are not role-models in any way except their performance of their craft.
Gotta disagree. Nobody in this forum is here when they're giving back to their communities or working hard for their various charities. And when I go back to the hood and try to show the kids a better way I don't see anybody from the forum there either. But just because I don't see you doing good things doesn't mean you don't do it. It's pretty easy to do research on what Lynch and Sherman do outside of football though. YouTube it .
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Old 02-02-2015, 10:19 AM   #62
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The issue i see isn't that players are not role models but that adults think players should be role models.
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How about that Tom Brady guy huh? He had a nice game.
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I wear Jordan shorts, then my boxers are underneath. Ain't nobody gonna make fun of these fresh, ass expensive bball shorts. 😎
I wear a lace thong. Then I wear skinny jeans sagged halfway down my ass. It makes for the ultimate muffin top / whale tail look. Lol!
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I wear a lace thong. Then I wear skinny jeans sagged halfway down my ass. It makes for the ultimate muffin top / whale tail look. Lol!
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Old 02-02-2015, 10:38 AM   #66
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I'm sorry Rez, but I someone else said it earlier. Sherman acts like an ass and trash talks. He's got a big mouth and yes, until he switches sides of the field and covers the #1 WR, he's over rated to me. His numbers are ballooned because teams put their #2, #3, #4 WR against him and don't even look that way. Well of course not. The match up they want will be on the other side of the field. He talks trash and acts like an idiot.

Lynch is immature. He may run like a truck but he acts like a fool. Maybe he doesn't want to talk to the media. Well I'm sure his coach didn't want to either after that loss but had to. Lynch acts like the spoiled little kid who throws a fit because he doesn't want to be punished.

And a player that grabs their junk after making a TD is trash. I'd say the same if it was a Saints player. Its classless. And Lynch has done it more than once.

These guys may give back to their communities. Good for them. They should, since it their communities that make them rich. And its the nice thing to do when you're loaded.

That doesn't mean I have to like them. And don't like either of them. And I don't respect them as men.
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Gotta disagree. Nobody in this forum is here when they're giving back to their communities or working hard for their various charities. And when I go back to the hood and try to show the kids a better way I don't see anybody from the forum there either. But just because I don't see you doing good things doesn't mean you don't do it. It's pretty easy to do research on what Lynch and Sherman do outside of football though. YouTube it .
But I don't know anything about these players except the little exposure I see on TV.
I guess I should have added,
and don't really care to.
But I hear what your saying.
My point was the reactions that these two players generate are a direct result of what people like me see with the limited exposure we have. If they are better people outside of this exposure, great. But don't get mad that most people have a negative reaction from the image they project in the national media when they are in front of the camera's.
I didn't see them nominated for the Walter Peyton Man of The Year award, but hey I didn't know anything about the guy who won that either, only "what I saw on TV" when the camera's were on him.

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Old 02-02-2015, 10:41 AM   #68
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I didn't see them nominated for the Walter Peyton Man of The Year award, but hey I didn't know anything about the guy who won that either, only "what I saw on TV" when the camera's were on him.
But on that note, hell he may kick his dog and beat his wife off camera, who knows.
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How about that Tom Brady guy huh? He had a nice game.
Nice try Papz.
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