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I like this for Kyler too. Cameras on him on the sideline. He can't be sat there sulking on his own as we have seen in the past. He's going to have to show his leadership and character.

However he appears in this will set people's minds on him for some time.
 

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I like this for Kyler too. Cameras on him on the sideline. He can't be sat there sulking on his own as we have seen in the past. He's going to have to show his leadership and character.

However he appears in this will set people's minds on him for some time.
Does he not know the cameras are on him on the sideline now?

Weird take.
 
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I like this for Kyler too. Cameras on him on the sideline. He can't be sat there sulking on his own as we have seen in the past. He's going to have to show his leadership and character.

However he appears in this will set people's minds on him for some time.
Ya the cameras are pretty much always on him anyway as QB1
 

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They narrative could be partially manufactured but they don’t have evidence if Murray showed better body language on the sideline.
Agreed. It's like OTAs. He could have showed up and done nothing just to be there. Easy fix to say you wanted to be around your teammates but didn't want to risk injury since no new contract.

These aren't that tough to navigate.
 

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Does he not know the cameras are on him on the sideline now?

Weird take.

How much Kyler sideline footage have you seen in 3 years? 30 seconds total?

How much have you heard of what's being said? Zero.

And the tiny bit seen is nearly all by Cards fans.

How much will you see and hear on Hard Knocks? About 100x more and by the whole nation.
 

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Ya the cameras are pretty much always on him anyway as QB1

Not on the sideline and not with audio.

Did anyone watch the Colts one? They show tonnes of sideline footage the TV version doesn't and you hear everything said.
 

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How much Kyler sideline footage have you seen in 3 years? 30 seconds total?

How much have you heard of what's being said? Zero.

And the tiny bit seen is nearly all by Cards fans.

How much will you see and hear on Hard Knocks? About 100x more and by the whole nation.
He's Mic'd up at least once a year. What are you even talking about.

So your take is that Kyler knows that he's being heard by the hometown fans and doesn't care, but will care way more because he's on a premium cable show watched by maybe a few million people?

Again, strange take.
 

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He's Mic'd up at least once a year. What are you even talking about.

So your take is that Kyler knows that he's being heard by the hometown fans and doesn't care, but will care way more because he's on a premium cable show watched by maybe a few million people?

Again, strange take.

LOL. Your answer is mic'd up once a year? The same mic'd up where all you hear is "Whoo. Let's go!" and then a lot of heavy breathing?

The only thing strange is your in ability to grasp the difference between mic'd up and a few seconds of bench footage vs full audio recordings and vastly more footage of everything said and done on the sideline between players and coaches.

Weird you can't see the difference.
 

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He's Mic'd up at least once a year. What are you even talking about.

So your take is that Kyler knows that he's being heard by the hometown fans and doesn't care, but will care way more because he's on a premium cable show watched by maybe a few million people?

Again, strange take.
That footage is heavily edited by the team, they never show anything remotely negative. HBO has to show what they film.

When budda was knocked out and the entire team gathered around him on the field, it wasn’t until a fan posted pic of k1 sitting alone on the bench that we knew that.

Way more happens then what tv cameras catch, and infinitely more when we have audio. I don’t know if it will make k1 act any different, but we are gonna have a lot more insight to him after this series
 

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LOL. Your answer is mic'd up once a year? The same mic'd up where all you hear is "Whoo. Let's go!" and then a lot of heavy breathing?

The only thing strange is your in ability to grasp the difference between mic'd up and a few seconds of bench footage vs full audio recordings and vastly more footage of everything said and done on the sideline between players and coaches.

Weird you can't see the difference.

That footage is heavily edited by the team, they never show anything remotely negative. HBO has to show what they film.

When budda was knocked out and the entire team gathered around him on the field, it wasn’t until a fan posted pic of k1 sitting alone on the bench that we knew that.

Way more happens then what tv cameras catch, and infinitely more when we have audio. I don’t know if it will make k1 act any different, but we are gonna have a lot more insight to him after this series
You guys are children if you think that NFL teams and the Shield don’t have a ton of — if not absolute — say on what goes in and out of an episode of hard knocks.

Hilarious.
 

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