Jan 3, 2012, 5:19 PM EDT
One of the better questions that the media asked (I’m not sure who it was) was the one directed at Andy’s ostensible arrogance with the media and fans in his postgame press conferences. Lurie responded by saying this wasn’t arrogance. Far from it. But rather a way for Andy to protect his players. Perhaps there’s a nugget of truth in there, the more I think about it, the more I see it, but damnit, there sure seems like some arrogance after all those throat clears.
Anyway, the point I wanted to get to, is that — despite whether you hated everything else Lurie said — it was nice to hear that he at least recognizes just how damn frustrating Reid’s press conferences can be.
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