Deion Sanders is classless. When I used to watch him play, I saw someone who went to great pains to avoid tackling.Tthe guy was fast, so he got some interceptions — but hey, that doesn’t give anyone class.
Among the references I’ve provided is a YouTube video titled “Deion Sanders Tells Jay Cutler to Man Up.” In psychology, they call that projection – Deion Sanders wasn’t much of a man, so he’s quick to try to minimize others.
Sanders wasn’t the only one who dissed Cutler when he didn’t finish the game yesterday; other players who weren’t good enough to be in the championship game took cheap hits. Were they inside Cutler’s body? No, they wouldn’t have any ability to move because they would rattle around not being the man he is.
I remember Sanders whining because he was “only 34” on the All-Time 100. He shouldn’t have been that high. Marshall Faulk was just number 70; he was better than Sanders. Deion Sanders used to put his uniform on the floor before he wore it so he could admire himself.
I want to relate this about Deion Sanders.
I cannot prove it because I cannot find it on the Internet, but I saw with it with my own eyes. Sanders looked into the camera and told quarterback Archie Manning that he had one son could play quarterback (Peyton) and one who could not (Eli).
Later, when the Giants beat the New England Patriots, Sanders, never mentioning his dissing of Eli, said “I’ve always been behind you.”
Sanders makes a habit of saying mean things about good people and defending jerks like Michael Vick and Terrell Owens. They are his kind of people.
What Sanders said about Jay Cutler is unforgivable. If I were Cutler, I would not speak to him again and I would make sure I was with a team that made it to the Super Bowl.
As the medical tests come out, it becomes more and more apparent that Cutler was badly injured.
Deion Sanders said he would have to be dragged off the field if he were injured. This comes from a guy who missed two seasons for turf toe — boo-you!
Take a look at my reference by Jeff Pearlman and then tell me if you think Deion Sanders has any right giving anyone grief about their courage. He said he didn’t tackle a guy because it was a “business decision.”
There are a lot of football fans angry with the wimps who said what they said about Cutler, and it isn’t because we’re Bears’ fans.
We’re sick of people talking to each other behind the back of someone-that’s the mark of a coward, Deion.
You Tube Website, “Deion Sanders Tells Jay Cutler to Man Up”
ESPN Website, Jeff Pearlman, “Neon Deion” helped, and hindered, the ‘Boys”
Chicago Website, “Cutler’s Injury a Torn MCL: Report”
You Tube Website, “Deion sanders Upset Being Ranked 34th On Top 100 NFL Players List”
Bleacher Report, GB Bongiovanni, “Deion Sanders Doesn’t Deserve to Question Jay Cutler’s Toughness”