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  • Thought experiment: for those who have a problem with Luck retiring, would they have an issue if he was 35+? They SAY it's the timing but i think under the surface the real issue for them is the unorthodoxy of retiring young.
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  • Show some love! It's this man's golden birthday! 🥂🎂 Happy 2️⃣5️⃣th birthday to @CarisLeVert!
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  • bingo
    You can really tell a lot about people based on the way they reacted to Andrew Luck’s retirement. Interesting social experiment
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  • yup. Fans dont really like players is the sad truth nobody wants to admit. They like teams, players happen to be on them. Except for the new era of younger fans who are moreso player stans
    I heard the fans booed Andrew Luck upon hearing his retirement news from the @Colts. Well goes to show my My mama was extremely accurate when she said "Baby a fan only blows when you're hot"!!! #Truth @nfl @nflnetwork #PrimeTruth
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  • Luck need not look at Eli to see what happens when you're loyal. Look at Peyton. Luck's franchise took its best player ever, + moment it felt he was no longer useful, kicked him to curb. So, despite feeling retirement was in his best interests, Luck owed Colts something? Pfft
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  • Re the tweets along lines of “he’s tired, my friends are blue collar they’re not ‘tired’” - superficially makes sense but if your blue collar friends earned 97.1M to date, they too might respond by retiring. Makes it a flawed comparison
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  • THREAD: Amidst some of the “of course Colts fans did that they’re fans!” Takes, let’s not forget: everyone agrees there’s a line at which despite being a fan bad acts of behavior are unacceptable. If a Colts fan responded to this by robbing Luck’s house folks would for example
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  • Nets fan trolls out again I didnt even tweet about basketball this time The nets really have the most pathetic fanbase in all of sports
    @KnicksCentral Knicks fan talking about being the smarter fanbase.. oh the irony 🤣
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  • RT @RealKevinConroy: Just had a great panel with Dean Cain at WizardWorldChicago
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  • #Nets' Joe Harris came long way for Team USA basketball nod https://t.co/ulxaYkNkDl via @nypostsports #nba
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  • bingo. Really, this is why starting in 2010 NBA free agency got fans so crazy angry with players. These star player decisions were (and are) so outside of accepted norms and what is considered orthodox and usual to fans.
    Anytime somebody in sports does something that is outside the accepted norm or simply what they think is best for them, Twitter reliably turns into a who can be the biggest **** contest.
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  • RT @AndyGlockner: A big part of Luck's job was playing through pain while heat-seeking missiles attempted to maim him. Sure, the $ is great, and he "got to play a sport for a living," but it's still a job. With job problems. And job pressures. He didn't have to deal with it anymore, so he won't.
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  • RT @FieldYates: After stunning the football world, Andrew Luck explained his decision thoroughly, showed tremendous respect for the Colts, his teammates and the game of football. He then answered questions from he media openly & honestly. In a vulnerable moment, he handled it with total class.
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  • RT @Dolan_J_Trump: @AdamSchefter I have never met a successful person that was a quitter. Successful people never, ever, give up!
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  • Not sure I remember a QB (maybe David Carr his rookie year in Houston) take a beating like Jarren Williams of Miami just did.
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  • RT @mattmcqueeny: Peyton Manning’s replacement didn’t outlast Tom Brady
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