Beach is flat out wrong for this. It doesn’t even matter if what he said is right. To come out and publicly throw shade on your teammate is wrong, period.
Handle it in house if there are issues that need to be dealt with or conversations that need to be had.
Questions Beach should have asked himself before negatively commenting about a peer publicly:
1. Do my words harm this person’s reputation?
2. Have I talked to them first privately?
3. What is my motivation for publicly saying something negative about another person, let alone a teammate?
I don’t care what y’all say, he didn’t need to say any of this publicly.
Whether he did or did not need to say it doesn’t really matter to me. He shoulda kept that in house, but the fact that he did say it suggests Kyler doesn’t just have a little growing up to do… he had A LOT of growing up to do.
We just don’t hear that kind of thing about good to great QBs, I don’t care what age they are. Hell, one of the things that makes most QBs great is how advanced they are at young ages as far as leadership is concerned.
That said, hopefully the last fourteen months is used as fuel for Kyler’s fire to prove everyone wrong.
What Kyler needs is more feedback like Beachum's and fewer "support" tweets from guys like Hollywood Brown who will always have his back no matter what.
Nothing Beachum said what wrong. He even said K1 is improving and has it in him to be a leader.
I don't understand people going after him for what he said. SMH. At least it wasn't an unnamed player this time around.
yeah, all too often people here have completely dismissed “rumor and innuendo” about teammates issue with Kyler because those players won’t put their name on it but now that one does, that should be deemed meaningless as well?