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Brandon Marshall: "If I could play right now, I'd play for the Bills"


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38 minutes ago, Success said:

Me too.  Though, I only played 2 weeks of freshman football in high school before quitting and joining the cross country team.

 

 

 

Did you quit at halftime? Maybe that's where Vontae Davis learned that move from...

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Considering the adage is CB’s are WR’s who can’t catch, and Safeties are CB’s who are slower, but tougher.  (Stereotypes guys, I don’t believe either point).

 

BM could even at his age probably sub in a pinch if In football shape for safety on a crap team.

 

Out depth is fine.  We’ll muscle through it and Josh will destroy his opposing QB like a Jedi.  6’5” Yoda is coming to play.  You don’t think never saying to the media, but internally “here’s to 8-1 against you tools”. It’s comin and…

 


 

Can’t you just see Allen, Knox, Davis, and Diggs on the Couch in a suite at the Miami hotel watching this scene.

 

Im just afraid Allen would have an aneurism so revved up.

 

As Our Doc said (both Doc Hokiday and our two Docs on this board). Make no mistake, it’s not revenge, It’s a reckoning!

 

 

THAT IS THE CLIP I THINK JOSH WILL HAVE IN HIS HEAD WEEK 6 against the Chiefs.  A RECKONING!

 

 

 

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I'm a big Brandon Marshall fan as a player and person. He did an interview with Dan Le Batard when the Antonio Brown stuff was going on last year and his self awareness and taking responsibility and helping others...guy is an amazing example of continuous growth.

 

Also, sounded like he had a bunch of coaches who didn't respect people and were stuck in a scheme vs figuring out how to use their players, and then blaming the players when it was really more so a result of bad coaching.

 

(will edit and add the interview if I can find it)

 

Edit: here is is! It's a really really good interview. Brandon Marshall talking about being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and trying to help people. 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, HardyBoy said:

I'm a big Brandon Marshall fan as a player and person. He did an interview with Dan Le Batard when the Antonio Brown stuff was going on last year and his self awareness and taking responsibility and helping others...guy is an amazing example of continuous growth.

 

Also, sounded like he had a bunch of coaches who didn't respect people and were stuck in a scheme vs figuring out how to use their players, and then blaming the players when it was really more so a result of bad coaching.

 

(will edit and add the interview if I can find it)

 

Edit: here is is! It's a really really good interview. Brandon Marshall talking about being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and trying to help people. 

 

 

 

 

I totally agree with you about Brandon Marshall.

 

I find him to be a very intelligent and charismatic person who has admitted his flaws and has great self-awareness.

 

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2 minutes ago, Sierra Foothills said:

 

I totally agree with you about Brandon Marshall.

 

I find him to be a very intelligent and charismatic person who has admitted his flaws and has great self-awareness.

 


Le Batard is awesome in that video too. Felt like an old school Dan Le Batard Show interview. I was living down in Ft Lauderdale from early 2012-2020 and got to listen to the show before they went to espn. 
 

They did their silly stuff, but more it was very much an inside joke that once you listened enough you would get and you realize it was all a gag and they were mocking the establishment to their faces without them realizing how foolish they were being made to look by the show. It was subversive and smart and really quite sneaky edgy. 
 

Coolest thing was he would do interviews like this, literally 40 minutes long straight on the radio where they really dug into things and just let it flow where it flowed, and then have pretty much 20 minutes of commercials with a two minute segment to catch up on the ads. 
 

When they went to ESPN, they tried really hard to avoid it, but the show changed. Not because it got political, they always talked social issues, but because of the fixed segment times. Dan is all about nuance, and understanding points of view and not shutting down a conversation because he doesn’t agree, he genuinely seems like he wants to understand perspectives and have everyone grow. He gets people to be honest with his interview style, and then explores. 
 

Just couldn’t be done on espn unfortunately, and he could only be so subversive. I like their new show, but kind of feel like it’s become a bit too many people involved and they all need space.
 

Anyway, long way of me saying that interview is good and people should give it an open minded listen even if they had a negative opinion of him from his time at espn towards the end. 

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