Originally Posted by cjsaus
Really?! Are you suddenly the guy who should judge how people grieve for loved ones? To spell it out for you, it's generally perceived as strength when someone is able to go on with their job when a loved one dies. He will almost certainly take a couple days to grieve after this game, but again, who are you to judge? Have you played professional football and had to make this kind of decision? Are you a grief counselor that is qualified to judge someone enough to ask the BS rhetorical question about football life and death?
Get a clue man.
i'm not judging in the least. again, i am asking why i should respect someone who put their 'job' first after the death of a sibling? good for him. but to 'respect' him for it? again.. why?
it's a nice story, and yeah, i'm rooting for him.. but to respect him for that decision? should i NOT respect someone in a similar position who decides to sit out?