|Brown had 104 catches for 1,297 yards and 15 TD's in 2018, but was benched in Week 17 for disciplinary reasons.|
The more I think about it what does the word "spoiled" even mean?
We think about spoiled as someone who grew up with a silver spoon in their mouth and is entitled to everything, because they always had it from the get-go.
But then I see a guy like Antonio Brown, who came up in Liberty City, and it's said he had to sleep out of a car some nights from poverty. Worked his ass off to get barely recruited by any of the major colleges and ends up going to Central Michigan. Gets drafted by one of the greatest organizations of all time in the Pittsburgh Steelers. Makes it to the Pro Bowl as a special teamer in his early years before becoming one of the top wide receiver in the franchise and also one of the best wide receivers in the league over the past six, seven years and then he finally gets his money and it seems like he has this 'it's me' type of personality.
He feels entitled, yet he came from nothing.
What does spoiled even mean if someone like Antonio Brown can end up being in the situation that he's in?