I hate this story. I hate it because of its half-truths.
No discussion of rookie of the year. No discussion of the two Pro Bowls. No mention of saving Jeff Fisher's job for him one year. Jeff Fisher! Irony!
VY knows a lot of his problems are of his own making but to posit that he spent all of his time in the NFL curled up like a toddler is silly and inaccurate.
Go look at his stats through his first five years and compare them to the best in the game. Go ask Chris Johnson what he thinks. Go ask Kenny Britt if the $5,000 fine was worth it. Ask fellow Longhorn Bo Scaife about the locker room.
I don't even want to get into Mack and coddling. I'm about spent on that.
Yeah, I'm a huge VY homer. So, I ask you guys, is that a fair representation of his NFL career?
The documentary on the 1969 showdown between the University of Texas and Arkansas, "The Big Shootout: The Life and Times of 1969" will have its world premiere on April 13 at the Texas Theater as part of the Dallas Film Festival. Mike Looney and George Francisco's film of this original "game of the century" features interviews with the late Longhorn coach Darrell Royal.