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Tiger Ryno
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Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio

Anyone else see this? I think the kid looks ready. I really believe he has had enough people surrounding him this past 8 months to help him realize the true one-shot opportunity he has.

Intersting answer to a question about Rob Ryan drafting him for the saints "ah, I don't know...they would definitely have to come up with a good plan to keep me out of harms way"

Sounds like the kid knows NO is bad news for him. I really believe the best thing for him would be to be in a new city far away from the south with some good vets around him and a coach who will stay on him.

Good luck Tyrann. best Tiger I ever watched play


Jones
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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, I don't know...they would definitely have to come up with a good plan to keep me out of harms way"


Thats pretty sad. Cant fix stupid i guess


Kracka
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
as good as he may appear now, it's just a matter of time before he starts getting into trouble at the NFL level. Once he gets that paper, people will look in the other direction once he starts breaking them off a little.


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harry coleman beast
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
So if he's in nola he cant stop himself from getting in trouble? Yea, he sounds mature.


LsuTool
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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ah, I don't know...they would definitely have to come up with a good plan to keep me out of harms way"


so he thinks the saints need to come up with a plan to keep him out of trouble if he goes there?

doesn't sound very professional but whatever. He needs to get away from La.


BabyTac
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
It doesn't matter where you live. Bad decisions have the same result. Maybe he'll turn it around, but I doubt it. If I were an owner, I wouldn't want him on my team. To many other great players and adults out there that you don't have to babysit like a 2 year old.
This post was edited on 3/14 at 8:39 am


TIGRLEE
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Who cares.
Never seen a person who dumped on something we all love (LSU football) get this much admiration and attention.

It's time to take the honey badger posters down off your bedroom walls... He gone.
Move on.


harry coleman beast
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
i agree with you. FML


TIGRLEE
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
E high five.


themunch
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Over coming yourself is probably the most difficult thing we do in life. Temptations abound and people are easily led astray. If you have never experienced this then you are an exception not the rule.


harry coleman beast
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Im not ready for that, i still hate you. I just hate you a little less now.


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guttata
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Talk is cheap. Everytime he was interviewed while at LSU he came across as a really likeable guy. You can't fix stupid.


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Jones
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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Over coming yourself is probably the most difficult thing we do in life. Temptations abound and people are easily led astray. If you have never experienced this then you are an exception not the rule.


Bull shite.


If i went up to a college kid with this offer right now most would kill for it.

Go to school for free.
Youre treated like royalty on campus and around it.
In 4 years you will have a job that will pay you an average of a million dollars, for lets say 10 years.
When thats over, youre pretty much guaranteed a job back in town when done.
1 stipulation. You cant smoke dope


I think most college kids would kill for that


bigeztiger
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
I'd like to see him end up with the patriots...


funnystuff
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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I'd like to see him end up with the patriots...
I think that is his most likely destination. They have a history taking talented but "troubled" players and trusting that their system will straighten the guy out. It would be a great situation for TM7.

As for the NO comments, do y'all really think what he said was that far off base? I mean, this guy lost so much due to him falling in line with hometown friends. Now sure, it's ultimately his fault and his decisions, but come on. Of course he is going to be more likely to fall into old, familiar way when surrounded by old, familiar people from his life. If he goes to NOLA, they very much need to find a plan which keeps him out of those habits, and that will be tougher to do than in a place like NE.


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sportsfan
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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ah, I don't know...they would definitely have to come up with a good plan to keep me out of harms way"


Or you can just grow up, concentrate on football, and have enough self discipline to keep yourself out of trouble.


lsuguy13
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Its good that he can say that and not lie to himself


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nighttrain30
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
sure everyone can say that him stating that he would need help if he were to remain in new orleans means he hasnt changed. i choose to look it as a MAN recognizing his faults and addressing the issue before he is tempted.


cajunjj
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
Tiger Ryno,u haven't seen many good football players if u think the Honey Badger was the best player ever at Lsu! U need to get out more.


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harry coleman beast
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re: Mathieu on NFL Network--Panel Interview in Studio
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sure everyone can say that him stating that he would need help if he were to remain in new orleans means he hasnt changed. i choose to look it as a MAN recognizing his faults and addressing the issue before he is tempted.


I'd say a MAN should be able to make rational decisions that dont get him in trouble.


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