There is no rule to that, and obviously that's left to what is one's opinion of that. Dez bryant is a passionate player and if he thinks that he would be better served going to the lockeroom then creating a scene on the field then I'm sure his teammates understand. You sit at home judging these people but you don't know what his teammates feel about him or the situation. Obviously though things can change if his teammates felt disrespected but I'm sure they know how passionate he is and don't mind it. And as I said it's not a rule to stay on the field so it's left to personal opinion on the situation.
You don't desert your teammates out of 'passion'.
That makes about as much sense as a guy who left his seat before the game was over claiming that he did so because he's a diehard fan.
Bryant's explanation that he didn't want to be seen crying is one of the silliest explanations I've heard. They're right. He's a whiny, selfish twit.
I can understand exactly how you feel. Through the course of several hospital trips, my mother was 'complicated' too. Seemed like every time she went to the hospital for one thing, something else reared its head.
Quite the contrary. I think Allen will be a phenomenal player. I think Star and KK will be great for us for a while together. I just know not to base too much on a great rookie season. Granted, Allen and Colbert are two very different WRs on two very differently schemed offenses.
Allen's head coach Mike McCoy coached with the Panthers from 2000 to 2008.
He was the Panthers QB Coach the entire time Colbert played here.
From what I've read, he's using an Erhardt-Perkins offense in San Diego.
i prefer FA OL, esp. at the guard position, to drafted guys. i hate the amount of time it takes for them to lose the skates off their feet. give me someone with experience who can jump right in without much of a learning curve over a guy who will take a couple years to "get it" while your QB is running for his life and your run game avoids you and the holding calls and false starts rack up.
Understand on guards, but I've seen some darn good tackles drafted.
Absolutely....of course it's all rumors but many "sources" say that deal is done but just as many say it will never happen including Herbstreit who defintiely has credibilty so that gives me doubt. If it isn't the reported $100m that can lure Saban away, I think his ego may. Having a chance to take his 3rd team to a National Championship would make him even more of a legend if he can do it. Saban is keeping quiet and reportedly not signing an extension that has been sitting on his desk, but of course this whole Texas thing could just be a good negotiating tactic for him also.
I know Brown is still there but the guy that broke the news that he is gone is also the same guy that broke the news of Texas' AD resigning which was denied many times....until it was announced.
Where there is smoke, there is fire.....
It will be interesting to see what happens.
The Pope is always perfectly healthy up to the moment he dies
The shenanigans could be a lot of fun to watch. Among the Crimson Tide fans, there would certainly be wailing and gnashing of teeth.