Monday, November 24, 2008
Lendale White yesterday was a bit confused and upset after the game as to why he didn't get much playing time. Just look at what he had to say:
“I have been over it. It is a game, so what?’’ White said. “You would like to win it, but it is one game, so what? … I only played three plays so I really couldn't tell you what happened, I don't really know, I wasn't paying attention, I didn't care really.’’
“You never know, man,” White said. “I can't tell you that. I don't know if I would have gotten the ball 30 times if we would have won the game or not. I would like to be involved more, but if I am not involved I would like somebody to tell me what's going on. Coming into these games, you expect to get certain carries or see certain things going on at least that's what they tell you.
“And then you get in these games and then randomly you only play three plays. I just wish somebody would let me know what's going on before I go out there. Three plays, I don't know what you want me to do with three plays. I don't know what three plays is helping me do.”
“I ain't got no conversation for nobody, I don't care,’’ White said. “If they have something to tell me, if they need to tell me I'm not going to play, then they should tell me, you know?” Tennessean.com
Hey Lendale, I have the answers if you want to know why you didn't play. It's because you're fat. It's because you have no burst and all runs up the gut against the Jets get stuffed. If the Titans had played you more often than their offense would have performed even more pathetically. You would have averaged approximately 1 yard per carry. Perhaps instead of focusing on yourself, how about you focus on trying to improve the team for next week. You didn't play and you shouldn't have played.