By Rich Tandler
Rex Grossman has thrown 11 interceptions this year and he has been more than happy to discuss what went wrong with most of them. In fact, after he threw four picks in three quarters of play against the Eagles, he volunteered to go over what happened with each of them after the game, without being asked.
Perhaps his three games on the bench changed his mind about discussing his mistakes. When asked today about the key interception he threw on first and goal at the 10 in the fourth quarter of the Dolphins, he was far less expansive than usual. His response would fit in a tweet with 36 characters to spare.
It’s a play that not everything worked out the way it should’ve and that’ all I have to say about that.
That was it, on to the next question.
Do you think that athletes owe it to the fans to give an explanation when they make a mistake on the field? Or is it none of our business?