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Rodney Harrison fires away at Peyton Manning - Reiss' Pieces - Boston.com
That didn't take long
OMG Rodney is gonna be one hell of an analyst
Rodney and Dungy may go at it live and right in front of our eyes sometime this year
I agree!! Manning is a little *****.
I'm going to enjoy watching Rodney because he will be one of the only analyst's that won't hold anything back. I can't wait for him to rip players that other people are afraid to do.
Already loving Rodney in his new form of work. I'm sure everyone else here is as well (until he rips on someone in a Pats uniform down the road).
It's always refreshing to have a guy who doesn't tow the line and says what he feels...
It's annoying that Dungy is going to be sitting there with Rodney everytime the Colts get bashed
What was it that Manning said?
Attaboy Rodney!! Tell it like it is.
Colts coaching changes fluster Manning | IndyStar.com | The Indianapolis Star
I did a translation of it for a different site. I'll be happy to post that here:
I hope the translation helps.
While I will not dispute the idea that Manning is a panicking whining baby, I have to say two things:
1. He finally got a sack of nuts in the last 2 years
2. His coaches are going to hold him back. Why? Because they are bad. Caldwell was a disaster at Wake Forest, and he'll be a disaster at Indy. YOU WATCH. MANNING IS INDEED PANICKING, BUT GUESS WHAT? (Sorry for caps) He should be panicking.
Oh that is a sweet answer by Rodney. I might be able to watch the SNF halftime show this year....unless that a-hole olbermann is back on it
I don't totally disagree with everything Rodney said, but I also don't think it's as big of a deal as he is making it seem. The only issue Manning has IMO is that he has an incomplete coaching staff in June. Brady and most other QBs haven't had to deal with that. Manning's comments had nothing to do with Caldwell or Christensen and everything to do with the Mudd/Moore situation not being resolved yet. They have had an incomplete coaching staff at OTAs bc the two new hires just got there a week ago and are learning the system. This pension issue should have been resolved back in March and IMO that is why Manning is frustrated. The Colts are the only team in the NFL still hiring people in late May, and that's what the media is failing to report IMO.
they have replacements..........manning just doesn't like them
manning is filling his pants because the only pros that ever coached him have hit the road.........during brady's tenure, he's gone through 2 OC's, 2 DC's, and 3 QB coaches.........
If I may be so bold as to speak for #37, what he is saying is that the whole team is taking there queue from manning on how to react to the coaching debacle. If he shows his frustration that resonates with the team. If he instead didn't take the bait and just deflected the issue by say somthing like "change always happens, its the nature of the NFL. It our job as professionals to adjust and get better evrey day and things will take crae off itself" then the teams takes that approach. And the media has nothing to stir up.
Thank you DES, Wow no wonder Rodney said what he did. To me its hard for Dungy to justify what Manning said, he sounds like an immature premadona. ME,ME,ME,ME, I, I, I, I
You're not telling me anything that nobody knows. Brady did know whether those coaches were still going to be there by June though considering the issues were resolved in February since they got jobs elsewhere.
I see what he's saying and I agree with the emotions part of it that he mentions, but I just don't agree that it is going to affect how the rest of the team prepares. Manning is a guy who is out there every day in practice and such, so the players will know from that what his mindset is. You think Dallas Clark learned through the media that Peyton was frustrated about the situation? Manning is out there every day working with Garcon and the other WRs on the field and in the weight room, and that's what players will take a cue from. One quote to the press that is something beyond the rest of those players duties is not going to have nearly as much affect on them as what happens behind the scenes every day. Manning is totally behind Caldwell considering he has been his QBs coach for years, and that will also show up as the year goes on. What he said in the middle of an interview in May isn't going to affect anything.
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