Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Shane, Jun 28, 2020 at 8:38 PM.
I wasn’t speaking about his physical attributes whatsoever.
Not classy and probably a really spoiled dude
I do remember him offering money to a passenger to get his favourite 1st class seat, with that kind of mentality ''everyone has a price''
What a hilarious & typical anti-Cam narrative this is.
Who's the demographic?
Could be a great move for New England. I'll bet Bill squeezes all that talent out of Cam. Dude dealt with a pretty crap injury last year, hopefully he's healed up.
Put him on the list with Ocho, Brown an Addai. His last stand and last team.
Don’t forget Revis.
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Really don't care, after getting warm fuzzy feelings seeing Kyler throw to D-Hop
Yeah as Kyler is the future indeed!
And people have their right to not like him because of his crybaby selfish antics with the media after he played poorly. He does it repeatedly. The finger should be pointed at himself & nobody else imo.
Oh btw Richard, you forgot to include he keeps getting hurt, has struggled to throw the ball & has played average at best. Just sayin
Although I hate Robert Kraft I hope Cam lights it up in NE. Haters gone hate.
Not sure I like this fit for Cam. He would’ve been great for the Chargers if he’s recovered from the Lisfranc.
Thing I don't like about the signing is that we have to play NE, this year.
Maybe, but I wouldnt consider myself that demographic. I love the audacity of sports. The ego of it all. A guy like Charles Barkley is, without too much reflection, an example of an athlete wth bombast, prone to some eyebrow raising quotes, but who for the most part, was well informed, intelligent, and worthy of the attention he received for his over the top personality.
Cam Nweton to me has always come across as a me first player. His fashion sense (not that I care, he can wear whatever the heck he wants as far as Im concerned) always seems to be for attention, not because he actually thinks he looks good like that. (though I know that sounds crappy, it just always feels forced to me, more for the cameras, than for how it makes him feel).
He feels inauthentic in his bombast, and while I will concede his insame athletic ability, ad that there are myriad reasons outside his control that would keep him from reaching his ultimate potential, he is more known for whining about perceived slights against him, than he is for finding glory of the field of battle...
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