Originally Posted by descendency
TO has an opinion on everything, doesn't know when or how to voice it, and people who share his beliefs will rally around him.
He's not a bad person, but he's not a good guy to have in a team sport. If being a WR was an individual sport - he'd be the Michael Jordan of it.
voice it. He purposely goes out of his way to avoid controversy while people try to bait him into saying something, yet it's never enough. That's the point.
His image has absolutely nothing to do with anything he's actually said. They were determined to find implications in every little thing he said because they'd vilified him over his touchdown celebrations.
All the mythical "incidents" you might bring up now - they were saying all the same things about him before any of them "happened." Back in 2000-2002, before Garcia, McNabb, or Romo "happened," people were calling him all the same names because of his star and Sharpie celebrations.
Here's a video illustrating this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ktz7ZOsPt4