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Cary Kollins

Scott Van Pelt thinks Cam has a "me me me" attitude

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The way they clipped Cam's last press conference tries to make that impression on the viewer. ESPN editing dept.. ftw

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he also wants to be one of the greatest to play the game and thinks he can achieve that. people don't like that.

That's generally the way it works until that person actually does it... Jordan is about as arrogant about his abilities as they come, but he backed it up with 6 Championships and some gold medals, MVPs and scoring titles to prove it...

I think Cam will have plenty of bandwagon fans, and a lot fewer haters after our first couple of super bowl wins.

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I like the sound of first couple of super bowl wins

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Giving a kid in the stands the ball after scoring is such a selfish, memememe thing to do!

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He went on to say that Cam is more selfish than ANY other QB in the league.

Did he say in what way? I haven't seen Cam do one single thing that I would classify as "selfish".

Dude just grew his hair out and donated it to a children's charity...

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He went on to say that Cam is more selfish than ANY other QB in the league.

We shouldn't really care what he says, but I like knowing what the national talking heads think about our guy.

why? so you have something to get worked up about?

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it doesn't matter at all what fans/media think of our players........

people have hated Smitty for years................what affect has that had?

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Giving a kid in the stands the ball after scoring is such a selfish, memememe thing to do!

I know. And how dare he grow his hair all summer and then donate it to Locks of Love for cancer patients.

Didn't see that someone else already posted this.

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Time to attack on twitter.

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