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    Simply put he showed his true self.
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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    But when you dance all year and rub it in everyone's face when you win, face the music when you lose. Be a man...
    Pretty much how I feel about it. I could careless about the post game interview but when you say if you don't want me to celebrate keep me out of the end zone. Well Denver did that and he didn't want to talk about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet16 View Post
    Pretty much how I feel about it. I could careless about the post game interview but when you say if you don't want me to celebrate keep me out of the end zone. Well Denver did that and he didn't want to talk about it.
    Well, he didn't celebrate, that's for damn sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoc View Post
    Well, he didn't celebrate, that's for damn sure.
    Lol, you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75center View Post
    I'm not a fan of his antics, just not a style I like. However this is not a big deal as he is young, only 26. He will learn how to deal with these disappointments. I've seen much older adults deal with high school losses in a much more immature manner. And they didn't have the pressure of the media to deal with.
    We expect our grade school and high school players to win and lose with class from day one. The first thing they are taught early in sports.

    He's only 26? Do you think he'll mature after his first SB win? What if he never wins a SB, does that mean he will never mature? I really can't complain about Cam's interview, I acted the same exact way after my first loss.....................

    but I was six years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAIL BIRD View Post
    We expect our grade school and high school players to win and lose with class from day one. The first thing they are taught early in sports.

    He's only 26? Do you think he'll mature after his first SB win? What if he never wins a SB, does that mean he will never mature? I really can't complain about Cam's interview, I acted the same exact way after my first loss.....................

    but I was six years old.
    At 26 I could not have faced a battery of cameras and microphones minutes after a heartbreaking loss and been very calm. I can't imagine the move from high to low over the course of a few hours. I'll give him another opportunity.

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    So we should give him a pass because he is only 26?
    They also gave him $100mil to be a professional. I guess he was old enough for that responsibility though?

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    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.2524445

    Interesting. Is there a double standard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4chs View Post
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.2524445

    Interesting. Is there a double standard?
    To make that comparison to be about race is retarded IMO. Has nothing to do with race. Did Manning act inappropriately after that loss? Absolutely. Did he dab all season long prior to that game? Nope. It has more to do with his on field persona than his race. To say otherwise is ignorance, and the author shows it. I'm calling bull on playing the race card there. Cam's jersey has sold non-discriminantly pretty well I'd say. So, give the race card a rest. And unless he has a short memory, Manning did get blasted by many for leaving the field after the loss and was called a sore loser.

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    Its not like the questions that were asked were great questions either. What else should he have said?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4chs View Post
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nati...icle-1.2524445

    Interesting. Is there a double standard?
    No, but I was awaiting this type of article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I gotta go to work View Post
    Its not like the questions that were asked were great questions either. What else should he have said?
    I didn't have a problem with the lack of dialogue, but you don't walk off the set. As the face of an organization and league you have a higher degree of responsibility. People are judged during their extremes of life: Prosperity and despair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Schue View Post
    Wait, I thought "The Sheriff" was Mr. Class and didn't engage in that type of stuff. That totally kills the established narrative (that also conveniently ignores Peyton's crybaby days).
    Are narratives to be never ending? If that is the case, Cam will never be able to mature or escape his post-game debacle. He will grow from it, as did Manning. It is a different media age, but Manning was hit pretty hard, like Cam, by his remarks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    So we should give him a pass because he is only 26?
    They also gave him $100mil to be a professional. I guess he was old enough for that responsibility though?
    I'm not telling others what to do but yes, I'm giving him a pass because he's only 26.

    When did earnings have anything to do with responsibility and maturity? Huge list of athletes, entertainers, corporate leaders and politicians who blow that theory out of the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 75center View Post
    I'm not telling others what to do but yes, I'm giving him a pass because he's only 26.

    When did earnings have anything to do with responsibility and maturity? Huge list of athletes, entertainers, corporate leaders and politicians who blow that theory out of the water.
    At 18 we can vote and fight in the war.
    At 21 we can drink
    At what age is a man responsible for his actions? I get the emotions and I played with a lot of emotion, but I got over it when the game was over. And no one paid me 100MM to act like a professional.

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