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Jim Irsay May Own A Franchise, But That Doesn’t Stop Him From Acting Like A Child On Twitter
Active tweeter and sometimes owner Jim Irsay was back at it again on Twitter today, defending and belittling and chirping his rampant twittering. It’s just more of the juvenile ramblings we’ve come to expect from an owner whose his professional livelihood has piggybacked off the success of Peyton Manning and Bill Polian, but it has become frustratingly tiresome. Here are the tweets:
Irsay, you might remember, took over the team after the death of his father in 1997. So that “you try and do what I did” blathering not only ignores the financial impossibility of such a proposition for most, but also reeks of hypocrisy – he walked into an NFL franchise and an all-time great QB. LeBron tried the same thing last year, and it didn’t go over too well. I’m not here to knock Irsay for tweeting or sharing team news – that’s his prerogative as team owner. But don’t undercut the very fans you’re trying to inform by Twitter-stooping. The Internet brings out the worst of the worst. If you’re willing to play the game, be above the hate. This childish petulance just doesn’t suit you very well, even if it may be a keen reflection of you as a person. Be an NFL owner, even on Twitter.
And some proper grammar wouldn’t hurt every once in a while.
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