RE: [patriotzip] Say it isn't so...
If he loves what he is doing. If he can still play the game. It is something he has been doing all his life to this point. Why give it up? I too often hear people saying things like they think such and such athlete should quit while they are still in the prime of their career. What other occupation do people quit in the prime of their career? How many people follow their own advice for these athletes? I suspect most if not all stay in their careers well past their prime, as long as they are useful they stay. So why not expect the same of athletes?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of George
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 11:48 PM
Subject: RE: [patriotzip] Say it isn't so...
***** I will not deny that I will be very disappointed if Troy signs with the Jets. No need to go into the reasons, as I'm sure you all know them.
***** He's been a Patriot for his entire career. Is it really ONLY we fans who feel any gut level love for a franchise, and animosity toward its' greatest rivals? Apparently so.
(Wonder if Tedy will go to the Jets if we cut him here in a year or two?)
An imperfect fan of the imperfect Patriots!