Michael Johnson stands by comments telling fans to ‘leave’

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Jul 25, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Michael Johnson walks off the field during training camp at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

 

I love the fire by Michael and agree with him. Fans have grown to think because they pay hundreds, if not thousands of dollars to come to an NFL game, that somehow gives them a right to boo players. I’ve never been one to boo a player, especially a professional one who’s worked his tail off and sacrificed so much to get to this level.

It just doesn’t seem right to boo, even if their effort isn’t the best they’re capable of. And let’s face it; The team as whole was playing well, but a few bad plays by Dalton had them trialing 13-0, not the overall effort of the team.

Given all the adversity and injuries that this team has had to overcome to get to 7-4 and leading the AFC North by 2.5 games, the last thing this team deserves is booing at any point.

 

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