When you have no intelligent argument to defend your idol you resort to the usual fan boi tactic of name calling and other nonsense.
So I'M the one that doesn't have an intelligent argument???
You're the moron who seems to think that being a mediocre QB translates to being a thug pos.
This was your response to my original post saying Jefferson was NOT a disciplinary problem at LSU aside from one completely overblown barroom incident for which he later had to pay only a $100 fine:
All over actions that netted him a $100 fine in criminal court.
According to John Jefferson, JJ wasnt even there!
Not to mention he sucked in alot more games than just Bama! U remember Georgia, western ky??????
I guess the Jeffersons are just choirboys and the po po is just out cruising looking for Jeffersons to arrest.
At least JJ waited until his last year at LSU and the year after he left the program to get arrested Ricky already is almost 4 years ahead of him in that!!!
If that is your idea of an intelligent response, I hope you are unable to procreate.
My point was that JJ is NOT some criminal thug.
But certain LSU "fans" use any mention of his name, or apparently his brother's name, as an excuse to bash him as a thug because he sucked so bad on 1/9 when they stupidly believe that Jarret Lee would have had any more success despite his career 1 TD and 7 INTs against Alabama, and THE ENTIRE TEAM AND COACHING STAFF having the worst game of their careers.
JJ did not lose the national championship for LSU you fricking stupid clown.
However, it is much more likely than not that Jarrett Lee WOULD have cost LSU even the opportunity to APPEAR in the NCG on 1/9 if JJ hadn't been available at QB on 11/5.
And I am NOT a Lee basher.
I think JJ and Lee are pretty similar in that they were both below average SEC QBs that were totally robbed of any potential they had by an idiotic OC that had no clue how to use or develop either of them from 2008, 2009, or 2010.
Krag/Stud/Miles were impressively able to construct an O that allowed them to benefit from an outstanding D and special teams unit while limiting their exposure to make mistakes in their senior years in 2011, but against a historically great D like Alabama that year, their weaknesses were simply too much to overcome without outstanding D and ST play, which we had on 11/5, but not on 1/9.
Did JJ win the game on 11/5? No. But Lee was absolutely going to lose that game. He was completely rattled. He threw 2 INTs on SEVEN pass attempts that night, and it's clear that it was likely only a matter of time until he threw his THIRD pick on the night that would have given Bama the points they needed to win in regulation. At least JJ didn't turn the ball over and used his mobility to get a couple of key first downs, which gave us the opportunity to outlast the Tide that night while the D and ST dominated. (And Saban continually shite the bed by kicking ridiculous long FGs that gave our O crucial field position in a game which was going to be decided by field position).
Bottom line, LSU didn't have ANY QB, JJ OR LEE, that could beat a defense like Alabama (or Georgia) in 2011. Somehow, against all odds, we got out of Tuscaloosa with a win because our D and special teams played an AMAZING game. But getting screwed by the BCS made the result on 1/9 almost guaranteed. Yes, JJ was AWFUL that night, but so was most of our team, and Bama played GREAT. JJ didn't cost us anything.
And before you respond with the tired arse "BUT LEE GOT US TO 8-0" bullshite, Lee played very well against bad defenses, while getting multiple defensive and special team touchdowns making it VERY easy for our O, and JJ would have likely had similar success against those teams had he not lost his starting job due to a BS college bar fight that, again, only saddled him with a $100 fine in criminal court.
But rather than accept that LSU simply OVERACHIEVED in 2011 due to having a huge deficiency at the QB position, you'd prefer use your irrational anger over 1/9 to turn Jarrett Lee into some sort of martyr and JJ into some sort of thug pos although his only transgression at LSU was an overblown altercation at a college bar and then was in an apartment with a small amount of marijuana after he graduated from college, which is probably more than I can say for you. Call out the national guard.
And of course, you then transfer your imaginary condemnation of JJ to his high school brother after reading a report about what he may or may not have done at a Mardi Gras parade.
That about sum er all up??
Now, if you'd like to try to refute any of that with an intelligent response, best of luck troll.
This post was edited on 3/19 at 10:56 pm