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3 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

Not that I want everyone to be the same, cause I don’t.  But this is how a professional handles the media.  Informative, light and businesslike.  

Take notes, Takk

Takk was funny but he was being an as. as well. We don’t need that...regardless of how bad D Led is. I love the chip on his shoulder but just be a professional. That’s how you do it Sanu 

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26 minutes ago, Falconsin2012 said:

Not that I want everyone to be the same, cause I don’t.  But this is how a professional handles the media.  Informative, playful yet professional.

Take notes, Takk

Sanu's first answer to D Led was "it's going pretty good." he retweeted the Takk stuff, he loved it lol. 

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32 minutes ago, Atl Falcon said:

Takk was funny but he was being an as. as well. We don’t need that...regardless of how bad D Led is. I love the chip on his shoulder but just be a professional. That’s how you do it Sanu 

I agree...takk’s take allows for a negative narrative to be spun against him.  Take that power away from the reporters

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2 minutes ago, athell said:

Otoh, **** the reporters.  ESPECIALLY when they make up stories painting someone as a racist.

I know what you’re saying.  But the reporters want the players to do just as you say.  It gives them a juicy story.  Don’t play into their hands.  What Sanu did strips the reporters of any ability to spin a narrative 

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Just now, Falconsin2012 said:

I know what you’re saying.  But the reporters want the players to do just as you say.  It gives them a juicy story.  Don’t play into their hands.  What Sanu did strips the reporters of any ability to spin a narrative 

There is no narrative to spin tho.  Takk gave him nothing.  Takk is good.

Just like the sb media day, it's a clown show.  Why do we care what the media or reporters or beat writers think?  A lot of them are terrible versions of shock jocks.

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21 hours ago, athell said:

There is no narrative to spin tho.  Takk gave him nothing.  Takk is good.

Just like the sb media day, it's a clown show.  Why do we care what the media or reporters or beat writers think?  A lot of them are terrible versions of shock jocks.

By saying nothing and being combative, he creates the narrative..  Now D-Led is sending out stupid contract tweets and people on and off the team are talking about it.  

Just wasted negative energy.  

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11 hours ago, Falconsin2012 said:

I know what you’re saying.  But the reporters want the players to do just as you say.  It gives them a juicy story.  Don’t play into their hands.  What Sanu did strips the reporters of any ability to spin a narrative 

No player should have the responsibility of trying to prevent reporters from spinning a narrative (distortions).  I'd like to see the fanbase push back on some this TMZ-style drama fest, it does not help the team or us as fans.  Takk has one job...tackle opposing ball carriers preferably behind the LoS or get the ball.  The only thing that Takk did that made him "look bad" was that he was tense and serious.  Had he jokingly done the same thing, we'd be saying "That Takk is silly".    Props to Sanu for showing how a warm and engaging personality can be very calming to people.

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