Originally Posted by Highlifeman21
Maybe I'm in the minority, but as long as Henry's off the field activities don't negatively impact his on the field performance, who gives a rat's behind?
I give a rat's behind because they do impact his on field performance. He missed 3 games this year due to his "off-the-field activities" this year. That's pretty big right there if you ask me. You may argue that his performance in the other 13 games wasn't affected. It may have not been affected, but who knows for sure? I can say this with confidence though....I highly doubt his performance would've been worse if he played all 16 games. I believe it'd be better. And his team would be better if they knew he'd be there and they could practice with the same core of players each week instead of having to mix and match the weeks Henry didn't play.
On top of that, he might be suspended for 4 games next year. I don't see any way how that wouldn't affect this team. Henry is a very good receiver and the Bengals only benefit from him being on the field.
Hopefully, he'll change and leave all this garbage behind. But, I'll believe it when I see it.
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