Originally Posted by TurkJetFan
being real and doing an interview are not the same thing...there is a time and a place...the time and place is not during an interview, coming off a season where the jets were crucified for their locker room, holmes became a "cancer" and the media has termed the Jets a circus...
here's a question..what has his "being real" with the media accomplished in a positive way?
I'm not saying it's going to accomplish anything or turn our team into some powerhouse. But why not just be real? Sorry if you like players to be fake and try their best to say all the right things.