PODCAST: McCoy’s Need For Attention

July 26th, 2017

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5 Responses to “PODCAST: McCoy’s Need For Attention”

  1. Buccfan37 Says:

    GMC wants to be the “center of attention” all the time. Sure could of fooled me.

  2. bucs_365 Says:

    Can we just leave all this McCoy nonsense alone and not create extra unnecessary drama. Just let the man play football, which he does extremely well, by the way. All the critics are cowardly pu$$ies.

  3. Jordan Michael Johnson Says:

    It’s funny, cause the commish is all about the “movement” and stick carriers uniting, until you disagree and call him out on something. He’s extremely petty and I’m done listening to his podcast and would advise everyone else who isn’t a mindless robot and might have differing opinions to steer clear. Ira Kaufman has an excellent podcast, listen to his instead.

  4. Jcruz Says:

    Agree Jordan Michael. Sadly Justin blocked posts and deleted others for voicing our views supporting McCoy. Seems like he is causing more division between fanbase trying to unite. I’m more of a Ira podcast guy anyway.

  5. Steve Says:

    GMC has been the only player worth a crap on this defense for years. Now it is different but don’t blame the franchise’s earlier downfalls and twists and turns on him. Just because for years he was the only recognizable name on a young, inexperienced unit doesn’t mean that today he can be the underhanded scapegoat for that units previous failures and deficiencies. GMC’s pro bowl appearances, leadership and character–his quality of character is clearly exhibited by his lack of response to this clowns false accusations–should all speak for themselves. We never see McCoy in front of a mic making scenes, pointing fingers or exhibiting an ignorant personality such as Sapp did back in the day. Not that Sapp was a bad person/player for this, it just fit who he was and what that defense was at the time. This is a new team with new personalities and new players. Just because GMC has been there throughout almost the entire transition from crappy team to now, promising team, does not mean that he should be targeted by a rogue, pot-stirring, slanderous talk show host.