The Jets haven't damaged his career. Everyone knows what Tim can do.
If a team is looking for a big, bruising fullback that can also occasionally complete a pass, they know exactly where to find him.
This team actually needs a bruising fullback.
Yet The Golden Calf of Bristol can do more than that. I would personally like to see if he can specialize his own way of throwing, because he is not the traditional NFL QB type. I kind of look at it as creating a new martial art style.
I don't give a crap, you're a "team player" then you do what the coaches ask you.
If his coaches asked him to eat dirt, should he have done that to? If Marcus Allen did everything his coaches told him, he wouldn't be a HOF right now, not that I'm saying The Golden Calf of Bristol will be a HOF. What I'm saying is this coaching staff clearly could care less about The Golden Calf of Bristol and his career. They pretty much already said they are going to release him as soon as the season's over. So they passed him over, they lied to him, they can't wait to get rid of him because of the publicity, and yet they still want to parade him out there for two plays just for the fun of it?
To keep this Panther related, I said before that Cam should have rebelled against this staff for running so many read option plays for most of the season. It's only now the coaching staff have dialed back off the read option, and look what is happening. I strongly believe Cam should have stood up mid season, and tell the coaching staff these read options aren't working. Who knows what this team could have done if there was someone with guts in that locker room, to get in the coaches faces about the read option. I'm not saying he should have disrespected the coaches, but he should have told them this offense was killing us. Ultimately, I don't know if he did that or not, but it took way too long for the coaches to change the gameplan. So I applaud The Golden Calf of Bristol for standing up for himself, and he didn't do it in a disrespectful manner.