There's not even one post with game commentary.
Only the initial post comes close, with a comment on the Titans' fans.
If this was so wrongly posted in leftovers, Hammy would have gulped it up.
As it is, it's in the much less traveled game commentary, so let's get into it.
Personally, I'll only boo a player for his on-field work for one of the following three reasons.
1) Gross ineptitude (i.e. execution, penalties, and all-around sucking the life out of a team)
2) Excessive showboating (i.e. celebrating tackles when your team's down by 21, bitching on the sidelines, basically anything that says "me, me, me!!!" when your team is losing.
3) Dirty play (we all can come up with our own examples here)
As far as other reasons to boo a player, there's only one, and it's off-the-field conduct. And for me, it's all about one's personal conduct mostly unrelated to football.
The business end... well, is not my business. Ricky Williams, TO, Javon, etc., I hold no grudge. Sure, I have opinions, but I seperate that end from the game itself. I may not like how a player conducts himself during contract negotiations or other monetary related business, but I'm here to watch a game. These guys have their careers and lives to manage, and when it comes to gametime I'll deal with the game, and try not worry about their business decisions. We'll do fine without you, if you so choose; the world won't stop rotating on it's axis, and it'll be another incredibly compelling NFL season, with or without you.
I would not boo or jeer TO. I have respect for the guy as a player, and that's enough for me as a fan not to disrespect him on the field.
In his personal conduct, TO's done nothing to make me dislike him, except to have a hugely inflated ego. A big ego comes with the job of being at the top of your field, it's hardly a "booable" offense, especially when a player can back up the talk.
Now, when he showboated the star in Dallas, go ahead and boo, in fact, knock his freakin' block off.
As far as personal conduct reasons to boo a player, I'm talking the Randy McMichael, Jamal Lewis, Chmura type stuff.
Hitting a woman... Boo
Murder, assault... Boo
Sexual assault... Boo
If you're not conducting yourself as a decent, law-abiding human being off the field, don't expect me to have any respect for you on the field. I'll boo you until my lungs fail me.
Guys holding out, and disputing their contracts is part of the business of the NFL. I may not like some of their stands, but it's their stand, and personally I'm not going to hold it against them.
I'll watch and love the game with or without them on the field. It's their decision. If they don't show up, I'll love the game just the same and deal with the players who are working their asses off on the field.
If they do show up, I may lose some respect, but I'm not going to try to Boo them of the field.
There's a reason they hold out... they're usually the best in the game, and the game is better with them. It's a short, dangerous and health-wrecking career. Most of us would probably not do any different in their situation (try to maximize your money and opportunity while you're young enough and healthy enough to play this great game to it's fullest level).
But to a fan, the game is great regardless, and if someone wants to hold out, go ahead... this is your business.
The NFL and it's fans will do just fine without you.
In fact, other than fantasy geeks like us, you may be completely forgotten to the casual fan in a year or two. So, no, I don't begrudge you trying to get what you can right now, and I won't boo you if you do come back.
Simply put your performance back on the field (you know, do your job), and I won't be booing you.
In fact, I'll probably be cheering you on.
Until you screw up on the field.