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Maaaaaaan if Cam did this!

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It's really funny because The Golden Calf of Bristol is exactly what a lot of media types, coaches, and GMs have been trying to pigeon hole black QBs as. He is extremely athletic and has problems learning a pro style offense because he is not very smart (he has dyslexia and a lot of people don't know that because it gets swept under the rug). Despite all of this, The Golden Calf of Bristol has been given the most giant "free pass" in the history of sports. If The Golden Calf of Bristol was Tremaine The Golden Calf of Bristol he would have been an RB, TE, or FB 8 years ago. Most people are blinded by the media blitz and glam and the irony of this escapes them.

Dyslexia has nothing to do with... Fug it I'm out.

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Dyslexia has nothing to do with... Fug it I'm out.

It does if you can't grasp the playbook, and if you can't make the throw on top of it; you are disaster waiting to happen

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I'd really like to know why people hate The Golden Calf of Bristol so much (other than he sucks d*ck as a quarterback) and don't give me that he ran with his shirt off in the ran bullsh*t.

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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/12/23/report-The Golden Calf of Bristol-asked-out-of-wildcat-because-he-was-skipped/

I'd like everyone to click on that link, read the article, and then read the comments.

Every single one of them is like, well you can't blame The Golden Calf of Bristol for not wanting to play for that shitty team and yadda yadda.

Any blurb on Cam has comments absolutely ripping him apart. People hate Cam so much that its actually starting to piss me off, which in turn makes me take it personally. I've never given enough of a poo about any player before but this is really ridiculous.

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I'd really like to know why people hate The Golden Calf of Bristol so much (other than he sucks d*ck as a quarterback) and don't give me that he ran with his shirt off in the ran bullsh*t.

I don't hate The Golden Calf of Bristol personally, it's his entire religious shtick that rubs me the wrong way. I just love to see people fail that think god is helping then succeed. But that's a conversation for the tinderbox...

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It does if you can't grasp the playbook, and if you can't make the throw on top of it; you are disaster waiting to happen

It has nothing to do with how intelligent you are. I was replying to the "he's not very smart" thing.

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I don't hate The Golden Calf of Bristol personally, it's his entire religious shtick that rubs me the wrong way. I just love to see people fail that think god is helping then succeed. But that's a conversation for the tinderbox...

I am a Christian so I will try to explain this, not sure if I will do it accurately lol.

I believe The Golden Calf of Bristol is trying to give thanks to God for blessing him with his talents rather than him giving thanks to God for helping him succeed I work for a Christian college football team, and one of the coaches there even said to the players "God doesn't give a piss about the outcome of this game, at the end of the day you have to make more plays than them".

I get it, a lot of people dislike Christians and in The Golden Calf of Bristol's case, it's because he where's his religion on his sleeve (which I am indifferent about because people will watch you closer than they did before); but at the end of the day I think The Golden Calf of Bristol is trying to honor God more so than thanking God for giving him some sort of "divine intervention" to win the game.

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I am a Christian so I will try to explain this, not sure if I will do it accurately lol.

I believe The Golden Calf of Bristol is trying to give thanks to God for blessing him with his talents rather than him giving thanks to God for helping him succeed I work for a Christian college football team, and one of the coaches there even said to the players "God doesn't give a piss about the outcome of this game, at the end of the day you have to make more plays than them".

I get it, a lot of people dislike Christians and in The Golden Calf of Bristol's case, it's because he where's his religion on his sleeve (which I am indifferent about because people will watch you closer than they did before); but at the end of the day I think The Golden Calf of Bristol is trying to honor God more so than thanking God for giving him some sort of "divine intervention" to win the game.

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I'll try and reword what I said.

I don't hate Christians. I couldn't really give two fugs what people believe. It's your prerogative. What I dislike about The Golden Calf of Bristol is the way his whole thing is so scripted. His The Golden Calf of Bristol kneel, his first and foremost I'd like to thank my lord and savior Jesus Christ thing. Like I said, I don't hate the guy, but his act is tired.

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I'll try and reword what I said.

I don't hate Christians. I couldn't really give two fugs what people believe. It's your prerogative. What I dislike about The Golden Calf of Bristol is the way his whole thing is so scripted. His The Golden Calf of Bristol kneel, his first and foremost I'd like to thank my lord and savior Jesus Christ thing. Like I said, I don't hate the guy, but his act is tired.

I here you, even to me it gets old.

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I don't know if you've ever read The Golden Calf of Bristol's book, but the man circumcised kids with his bare hands in the Philippines, as far as I can tell his character is A+. It's his standing as a quarterback that I'm worried about.

So does that mean I'm supposed to believe everything that was written in A Million Little Pieces as well? Just because it was written in a book doesn't make him an A+ character and, like I said, it wouldnt make cam or the president any more of a better person as well. Only way to know for sure is if you know the individual personally and not through a book or television. And no I'm not saying that what The Golden Calf of Bristol wrote was fabricated or whatever, it obviously wasn't, but until you know the person on a personal day to day level you'll never what kind of attitude the person really has.

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