I swore I wasn’t writing anything about this non-story and a lot of people–including you Jason Whitlock–are not going to like what I have to say because I go hard on a brotha. I’m taking a hardcore peace stand just in case no one else does. I don’t write like this all the time obviously, but when I see bs? I’m gonna call it exactly what it is….bs.
I think it’s crazy that a grown man can’t go to his boy’s house to watch Monday night football without the cops being called.
Maybe they thought he was gonna rob somebody of their hubcaps or something and his gold chain was going to get caught in the wheel well as he ran from the cops.
Isn’t that what niggers do?
I’ll get to that later…
I gotta tell you Vince that it’s time for you to put up or shut up.
Your talent speaks for itself. You can do anything any quarterback dead or alive has ever done on the field.
Everyone knows now you should have won the Heisman.
You keep your team loose. You get them hype. You win. Your record is comparable with any quarterback in the history of the league coming in and playing right away.
You are a leader, but the dogs are coming.
This early adversity is possibly going to make or break you. Doug, Warren and Donovan had to go through it and so did Randall, Gilliam and James Harris.
What makes you better than anyone else? Who do you think you are?
They paved the way for you bruh. Most of TSF were hot with you when you dismissed Donovan’s comments on national television.
Things were alright with you then huh?
What about now?
Things are going to be blown out of proportion. You knew what was going to transpire after those pics leaked. This is going to follow you until Hall of Fame election. You know the fans are going to boo you in Tennessee. Hell they still haven’t gotten over that cat in Indy–but he has a ring doesn’t he?
But so does Tony 🙂
You can get one. You were possibly the baddest college quarterback of all time. I’ll say it again that it’s my personal opinion your championship performance is the best of its kind in the history of sports.
So what. Are you focused to do the same in the NFL? A NFL where a big hit will break your whole stuff up?
Cats like this are going to skewer you when you fall. He didn’t say anything when you won Rookie of the Year. He didn’t say anything when you lead the Titans to the playoffs despite your stats. No, of course not. He just wants to continue the lynch mob mentality you and so many Black athletes have to endure until the end of your playing days.
He probably does it because it gives him the proverbial “did I do OK Boss?” pat on the back.
He doesn’t have any talent to challenge himself to write something real.
Something true to the game.
Something that would solidify his name forevermore.
This has nothing to do with fathers. Vince Young did become a standout NFL quarterback.
Something has to be said for that.
What do you think Ralph would say?
People actually compare him to Bill Cosby?
I thought dude had enough when Marcellus Wiley gave it to him.
Seriously, how the hell are you going to say Blacks don’t care about Donovan McNabb? Besides Andy Reid, who do you think wanted him here in Philly?
What he didn’t go after Matt Leinart, Brady Quinn or Alex Smith you ask? Of course not. It’s so easy to write about the likes of you Vince. His readership loves controversy. They love a demonic view of sports which cultivates hate and even more insecure hate.
What he wrote about you is easy. There’s no challenge in slamming any athlete of any color when they are down.
It’s a damn shame.
Has any of you seen one piece of his that is positive?
Has any of you read any of his pieces that makes you say, “Damn, he’s got a point there?”
Once again sports becomes the soap opera.
But despite the hate you will receive Vince, you know damn well the scrutiny was going to be turned up after the Rose Bowl confetti was gone. There will always be those who think you will never become the total quarterback I know you will.
You gotta fight Vince. You gotta go get it. You gotta study. You gotta want this with the strength, talent and fury of anyone who has been told no despite their immense talent.
You gotta hypothetically punch somebody with a Mizzo bolo in the mouth and turn your back on them before the blood hits the floor.
It ain’t all good in the hood. You will find the snakes loving you nicccce when they need some quotes and then hating your guts as soon as they leave the locker room gigglin’ because you gave them what they wanted.
Notice the difference. You can see it in their eyes every single time. It’s a look of deathly cowardice and they can’t hide it.
This is your life bruh. Go get that ring! Its the only thing you should be worried about. Forget Patron. Forget the defenses that talk trash to you every single play just to get in your head and forget Jason Whitlock!
Cats like him make the skin thick, deep outs thrown with more zip and when you do win a Super Bowl, it shuts up his fat lips.
You gotta do this Vince. Terrelle Pryor is coming right behind you. We all know damn well he won’t be afforded the pass Tim Tebow has received.
Michigan punched Tebow in the mouth the game after he won the Heisman. Where was the scrutiny? Didn’t Florida finish 8-4?
I repeat: Didn’t Florida finish 8-4? That’s a sorry ass record for a Heisman winner. Don’t give me Doug Flutie either because Tim Tebow is no Doug Flutie.
You ask most football fans who the quarterback was when Florida did win a National Championship and most will say Tebow.
Chis Leak has been erased from history even though he guaranteed Florida a championship the day he signed his letter of intent.
Another thing. Why has Daunte Culpepper possibly joining the Patriots been given token media coverage even though he has a natural relationship with the games greatest receiver, Randy Moss?
It’s a damn shame, but I blame Black writers. I will say this until the end of days, but the only way the truth will be cataloged is if it’s written by Black writers.
How can we expect Whites to write what Black writers should have already written?
Why shouldn’t we expect them to write about their own?
It’s who they identify with so it’s natural.
But when we have dudes like Jason Whitlock slamming Black athletes at every turn, true history will remain unwritten.
Vince in your case, it’s all immaterial. Nothing else matters. Do your job on the field so every child can be inspired. I know because of the Michael Jordan effect you really don’t have soul models to reference in times of need, but you gotta keep it movin’. Donovan found out the hard way after Philly booed his ass unmercifully and now it’s your turn to catch mad wreck.
How will you respond?
You would take back what you said on national TV now wouldn’t you? You know the game. It is what it is bruh.
My son (yeah Black men have sons they care about Jason) looks up to you (as a quarterback) whether you like it or not. He cares if you win or lose. You aren’t simply some cat who plays football on TV. Little boys smelling of sweaty green grass, who could care less about the cash, are dropping back like you right this very second. They do it for the love and they mimic you because you offer them hope athletically. They emulate your every move down to the outstretched hand with ball in tow as you cross the goal line. That’s your signature. I want to see more of it. I want to see you and every other quarterback in the league be as successful as possible–Black or White.
This doesn’t just have to do with Black people for I want to see the truth told and not Kansas City sold.
I’m in this game to write the good stuff to hopefully help take the game to the next level through an abundance of positive interaction; not hinder it with demonic frustration from a red based hater nation.
I have to go here so this is why my rage comes through. It depends on the market.
Realize the difference people. This really isn’t about race. It’s about leveling the playing field as it relates to truth. When Black quarterbacks are slammed like this with pink socks and flip flops, it suffocates their soul model affect just like the community organizer tag does with Barack Obama.
Instead you live the trife life.
Why can’t we have soul models in sports (it’s the context here)?
Jason you are a sucker! You’ll never get it until the dogs come pack running after you will you? Don’t you get it that you are the guy who sat across from Malcolm X stuttering and scared to speak because he knows he’s not equipped to speak what is absolutely the truth?
I challenge any of you so called Black writers to debate me on race in sports in any public forum.
If you think you are ready then stand up and be accountable for the despicable bs you write.
That means any of you…anywhere…any how.
I’ll take on the whole pack with a back whipped slave shipped Nat Turner lick!
Vince Young is no criminal. Get off his back!
What if Vince really is going through something? I guess if he did commit suicide it would give you something to write about huh?
Don’t flatter yourself because of my candor or diminish the piece because of my obvious anger. When you get serious about your craft like when when you talk about your sons then we won’t take sports so seriously.
Vince Young…whatcha gonna do bruh? Whatcha gonna do? You better do something because no matter what you do, to some you still are going to be a nigger. Pick up your weight and become the great player we all know you really want to be. Turn off the TV, stop reading the damn paper and study Marino, Moon, Montana, Manning, McNabb and Cunningham.
Good luck brothaman. Go get that star before they rip it away from you.
Here’s what Vince had to say about this entire bs saga. Move on people after you read this. This is completely a non story (unless Vince is having some depression issues) and I’m ashamed of my peers for lowering the standards for those who follow.
NFL quarterback Vince Young says he wasn’t despondent enough to justify a police search for him this week at the request of his Tennessee Titans coach.
Young spoke publicly on Thursday for the first time since coach Jeff Fisher called police for help in locating the quarterback late Monday because of concerns over his emotional well-being. His mother, Felicia Young, also told a local newspaper that the quarterback had indicated he didn’t want to play American football anymore because of all the negativity he faced.
“I was never depressed,” Young said.
He added he was upset on Monday as he dealt with his first serious injury, he didn’t realize he had to tell his mother where he was going anymore, and the media went overboard.
“Even though you’re paying your own bills at your own house, you still got to tell your mama where you are going now. So I understand where my mama’s coming from. She wanted to know where I’m going because I didn’t take my cell phone because so many people were calling me and making sure I’m all right,” he said.