Originally Posted by GAC
Exactly. I can understand the adrenalin rush that players have during the game. That, and the emotionalism, has been around a long time. Growing up I watched some of the biggest hitters in the game. From Butkus to Lambert. They did their job and didn't need to celebrate and call attention to themselves with these "It's all about me!" antics.
I really don't think it's about adrenalin. I think it has more to do with the persons attitude. Plain and simple, Chad has a me, me, me attitude. I usto pass it off, as most Bengal fans did, as being a player who just wanted to have fun, but he has lost all of my confidence. Why does it take antics to be the best? If Chad would shut his mouth for a while, his play would do all the talking.