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The Great Ones Don't Believe It Can Happen To Them... Clowney Is A Joke!


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First of all, I think we all can agree. clowney is right. He could get hurt playing football.

Now it's my turn.

HE STINKS!!!!!!!

All this notion about him supposedly being great is nonsense! I got news for you folks. At some point, Clowney will get injured. What makes him "ungreat" is that the great ones do not believe an injury or anything else can hold them back.

Suffice it to say that, clowney is very much in touch with his short comings. As well as the very real likelihood that he can be held back.

Adrian Peterson is GREAT. He truly believes he can't be stopped. RBs have short careers. Knee injuries can end a running back's career in a flash. THESE ARE FACTS!

In Adrian Peterson's mind, the facts don't apply to him. Those facts are for ordinary people. So what does he do? He suffers a devastating knee injury. He not only comes back. He comes back ahead of schedule. He not only comes back ahead of schedule, he breaks records in the process. HE IS NOT LIKE... THEM!

jadaveon clowney is an ordinary person. He saw what happened to "everybody else". He is convinced it can happen to him too.

Terrell Owens was great. He breaks a bone. They tell him how long he will be out. He tells the doctors to suck a**. Those projections apply to ordinary people. He can't imagine being bound or restrained by ANYTHING! jadaveon clowney can imagine himself being bound and restrained.

He11 RG3 ain't even great. But he WANTS to be. So at the very least, if he saw this other Dude defy the odds, then he wants to take the challenge and defy odds like the other Dude did.

jadaveon clowney IS NOT THAT DUDE!

jadaveon clowney does not believe he is any better suited to Man Up in the face of the rigors/hazards of the NFL the any other player. Why should we believe it.

HE DOES NOT BELIEVE HE IS SUPERMAN!!!!!!!

WHY SHOULD WE?

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sooo because he knows he is human and that he can will likely get injured playing pro football makes him not a great player? in order to be great u have to believe that you are not human and that injuries can't stop u? wow that is the most logical thing i ever read

Its the mentality he's getting at. What all-time talent/player focuses on the possibility of failure in the face of success?

Though in earnest, he's probably not the only college player that is shutting it down til draft day.

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sooo because he knows he is human and that he can will likely get injured playing pro football makes him not a great player? in order to be great u have to believe that you are not human and that injuries can't stop u? wow that is the most logical thing i ever read

By this time next week, people are going to be claiming that Clowney refusing to do anymore workouts is an indication that he would refuse to play in the Super Bowl because he might get hurt. It's really quite surreal.

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WTH did Clowney have to gain by participating in more workouts? The answer is "absolutely nothing." He is WIDELY considered the most talented player in this draft by a mile. His draft status has already been solidiied by each md every team that has a shot at him. He just shouldn't have used Brandon Thomas's injury as a citation as to why he wouldn't be doing private workouts.

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Right now, Clowney is a GREAT college player. There are NO great nfl players coming out this draft just yet. Greatness has to be earned, but there is a such thing called momentum that sometimes support why people should select the most productive players before less productive players. If you do not see GREAT potential in Clowney's ability, then you are either dumb, deaf, or blind.

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First of all, I think we all can agree. clowney is right. He could get hurt playing football.

Now it's my turn.

HE STINKS!!!!!!!

All this notion about him supposedly being great is nonsense! I got news for you folks. At some point, Clowney will get injured. What makes him "ungreat" is that the great ones do not believe an injury or anything else can hold them back.

Suffice it to say that, clowney is very much in touch with his short comings. As well as the very real likelihood that he can be held back.

Adrian Peterson is GREAT. He truly believes he can't be stopped. RBs have short careers. Knee injuries can end a running back's career in a flash. THESE ARE FACTS!

In Adrian Peterson's mind, the facts don't apply to him. Those facts are for ordinary people. So what does he do? He suffers a devastating knee injury. He not only comes back. He comes back ahead of schedule. He not only comes back ahead of schedule, he breaks records in the process. HE IS NOT LIKE... THEM!

jadaveon clowney is an ordinary person. He saw what happened to "everybody else". He is convinced it can happen to him too.

Terrell Owens was great. He breaks a bone. They tell him how long he will be out. He tells the doctors to suck a**. Those projections apply to ordinary people. He can't imagine being bound or restrained by ANYTHING! jadaveon clowney can imagine himself being bound and restrained.

He11 RG3 ain't even great. But he WANTS to be. So at the very least, if he saw this other Dude defy the odds, then he wants to take the challenge and defy odds like the other Dude did.

jadaveon clowney IS NOT THAT DUDE!

jadaveon clowney does not believe he is any better suited to Man Up in the face of the rigors/hazards of the NFL the any other player. Why should we believe it.

HE DOES NOT BELIEVE HE IS SUPERMAN!!!!!!!

WHY SHOULD WE?

#PASS

Feel free to pin this and reference it as...

The Gospel... Book of Daddy.

Predicts Clowney's future...

Doesn't spell his name correctly. lol

Either way, I am not completely sold on anyone in the draft as a "sure thing". I have a feeling our most productive rookie from the 2014 draft will not be our 1st rounder.

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Some of you guys are going to be so butthurt when we give up 5 picks for clownie.

.............or, those of you with life size posters in your bedrooms of an oiled down, buff Clowney in a speedo surrounded by lit candles are going to be suicidal if we elect to pass on him.
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Right now, Clowney is a GREAT college player. There are NO great nfl players coming out this draft just yet. Greatness has to be earned, but there is a such thing called momentum that sometimes support why people should select the most productive players before less productive players. If you do not see GREAT potential in Clowney's ability, then you are either dumb, deaf, or blind.

You could easily exchange the name Clowney for Aundrey Bruce in your post above weeks before we selected him with the very first pick of that draft. Aundrey was an athletic phenom, his measurables jumped off the charts, he was able to take over games in college.

The knock on Bruce was his poor work ethic and taking snaps and practices off.(sound familiar?)

How'd all that work out for us?

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You could easily exchange the name Clowney for Aundrey Bruce in your post above weeks before we selected him with the very first pick of that draft. Aundrey was an athletic phenom, his measurables jumped off the charts, he was able to take over games in college.

The knock on Bruce was his poor work ethic and taking snaps and practices off.(sound familiar?)

How'd all that work out for us?

Just because it may sound the same, that doesn't mean it will turn out that way. If you're going to play that game, you can easily find examples where players were projected to be like certain guys in the NFL as a result of sharing similar characteristics and traits and it turns out they weren't like them at all. It's because they are altogether different people.

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Just let it rest, I don't know why people keep starting topics on this. Let him get picked, then let him have a rooked season before you say anything. Even after that, it may be 2 or 3 seasons before you know what he really is. OP doesn't believe Clowney is that guy, fine. For ever person that thinks that there is at least one or more that think the total opposite. Really it only matters what 14 or so people think. The top 6 teams GM's and owners. Not to mention that team that may move up to try and get him

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Its the mentality he's getting at. What all-time talent/player focuses on the possibility of failure in the face of success?

Though in earnest, he's probably not the only college player that is shutting it down til draft day.

Look, among all 32 NFL teams there must be 13,000 years EXPERIENCE accumulative at GM staff & coaching positions evaluating guys like Clowney over the past 35 years. THEY know this breed, been there, done that, they've seen it all. NOTHING is new to these people.

Come May 8 Mr. Clowney will be dealt with based on all this.

End of story.

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