Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by TJ, Sep 16, 2019.
You can believe in a player while they are soft. People believe in Jesus and he is a big softy.
I am sure both of us did not want to involve religion, but a guy willingly allowing to be crucified is not soft lol
Willingly being crucified to help others doesnt make you an alpha male
Just because he is a leader doesnt make him an alpha male either.
He is clearly a leader but if we are talking alpha males, that is more a Suggs thing.
Murray wants to play fornite and avoid getting hit. I like the kid but he isnt an alpha male.
That was never going to work. Both QBs would have been unsettled, and it would have made for a very bad atmosphere around the team. It also might have split the locker room.
Trevor Siemian looks like he has an ankle injury.
No quarterback is supposed to allow themselves to get hit. Where did this 'soft' stuff come from?
From now forward, he IS the franchise. He better never take a hit when he can avoid one.
When he was called an alpha male
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I still don't see what taking hits has to with being an alpha male. That term is used to describe someone's personality specifically in regard to them being a leader or a follower. If you tend to be a dominant personality and tend to be the leader instead of a follower than you are probably more of an alpha.
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With Eli done too I wonder if we are seeing a change of the guard so to speak?
Everyone will have their own definition. To me it is a guy like anquan or even Russel wilson. You see russel wilson downfield blocking people for a TD next week?
You don't get to the NFL without being an Alpha Male.
Nor the Heisman trophy winner.
Nor the #1 overall draft pick.
Nor the only athlete in history ever to be drafted top ten overall in both MLB and NFL.
Is this a 'short' thing? (To be clear, I wasn't on his bandwagon, but there's no denying his manhood.)
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