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Gmanc711 11-27-2007 07:00 AM

Thank You Sean Taylor Thread...
I know another poster suggested this when things first broke, I know myself I'd like to personally have a place for this as well....but just use this thread as a place not so much for discussion...but just a chance to write your favorite memory about Sean or just something you want to send to him...

I know we have a few threads going on for/about him, but just use this to say any personal message or story you want.

Texanskin 11-27-2007 07:03 AM

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We had the hardest hitting safety since Ronnie Lott. My greatest Taylor moment was ALL the "jack'd up" moments he gave us every sunday.
RIP Taylor.

Sammy Baugh Fan 11-27-2007 07:04 AM

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Thank you Sean Taylor for making being a Redskins Fan fun again

Hail Skins and the #21 that should be retired

Redskin Rich 11-27-2007 07:05 AM

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What a loss of a hard hitting player. RIP

AlvinWalton'sNeckBrace 11-27-2007 07:06 AM

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thank you for delivering us our first playoff birth since 99...and helping us win our first playoff game as well...you will be missed

BrudLee 11-27-2007 07:08 AM

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Sean Taylor struck fear into the hearts of our opposition. His job was to enforce, and he did it [U]well.[/U]

Thank you for your service, and thank you for being a Washington Redskin.

Hog1 11-27-2007 07:08 AM

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To a Redskins fan, it is not all about the money.....as we are fans. It is about the love of the game, and the ferocity of play. You understood this. That was your trademark...................ferocious play.
Thankyou Sean for many such memories. You were indeed a rare player, who loved the game, and was doing what they were made to do.
Your life may have been taken.............your memories will not

Sammy Baugh Fan 11-27-2007 07:20 AM

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I'll be at the Redskins Store at the Mall when it opens at 9am. I never buy jerseys of current players, only HOF'ers and Legends.

I will buy [2] #21 LEDGEND Jerseys today. One for me and one for my son Elijah.

Hail Skins and Remember #21!!!!!

Gmanc711 11-27-2007 07:23 AM

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I'm litterally sobbing as I try to write this out.... I was one of the few lucky ones that got a chance to meet Sean...the absolute pleasure of meeting him....lol, I remember being in the tunnel at Raymond James in 2005 (Sean was out with an ankle injury) and a buddy of mine had on Seans jersey and I remember him looking over and I was just like "holy shit, that's Sean Taylor"....than in a story I must have told a thousand times by now....he just started walking over to us and introduced himself too us and I was just like "holy shit, who the fuck am I?" and he's like "What's up, I'm Sean"...and I swear to god, I'll never foget when he said that..I just remember thinking (still crying btw lol), "No shit you're Sean"...we talked for like 5 mintues, watched some of the Vikings/Giants game, and that was it...something I know he probaboly never thought twice about....but man that was one of the coolest moments of my life.....There were so many else he was behind.....

The Hit on Crayton down in Big D, the fumble return vs Tampa, the blocked feild goal return against Dallas, his hit this year during that first Eagles game on Reggie Brown nearly killed me because I went so nuts....my favorite it still is the fumble return against the Eagles to send us to the playoffs....I remember as he dove across the goal line like super man I was diving across my basement mimicking him and all my friends dog piled me...It was moments like that which make this worth it to me....

I hate the fact that I'll never be able to scream at my T.V. "Why is Sean Taylor the only guy who gives a damn on defense"

I hate the fact that I'll never be able to go nuts when he gets an interception...only to scream "SEAN WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING" When he tries to latteral it like he always does....

I hate the fact that a daughter is now without her Dad, Parents without their son, and a fiance without her husband...

and I hate the fact that I'm without my hero.

Thanks Sean......It was truly a pleasure.

chrisl4064 11-27-2007 07:28 AM

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One of the only reasons I enjoyed watching the Redskins play was watching Sean.

LRT 11-27-2007 07:33 AM

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Thanks for starting this thread. One of my favorite memories of Sean Taylor was watching the Japanese language replay of the hit he put on that punter in the Pro Bowl. It seems the excited, "Oh!," that follows a big hit is the same in any language.

Also, I'll always remember seeing all the aligator arms as receivers crossed the middle of the field.

Rajmahal33 11-27-2007 07:34 AM

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Rest in Peace Sean,

You were a good man who was making strides and you were cut down in your prime. I pray for your family and the entire redskins family as we grieve the loss of a great soul. Thanks for the memories.

djnemo65 11-27-2007 07:40 AM

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Would have gone down as one of the greatest. Did more in 3 and a half years then most players do in a lifetime. You'll always be my favorite Redskin and I'll never forget you.

Daseal 11-27-2007 07:41 AM

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Definitely one of my favorite players with loads of potential to be one of the best players in the league. My favorite memory is when he blew up Willie Parker when we went to Pittsburgh a few years ago. Gibbs first year I believe.

BleedBurgundy 11-27-2007 08:02 AM

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What is that saying about the brightest fires burning out the fastest? Sean burst on the scene with big hit after big hit. They could have renamed Jacked Up the sean taylor show for a few weeks. Then, after becoming one of the league's most intimidating players, he changes his game and starts ball hawking.

Thank you ST, for all of the great moments. For keeping me on the edge of my seat. For every moment that I was asking myself how lucky we were to have you on our team. For every play that made me jump off my couch. For that blocked field goal recovery against Dallas. For that huge hit to ice the "Ring Of Honor" game in dallas. For jacking up a punter in the pro bowl and making me laugh. For keeping me excited about my favorite team, even when we were losing. Thank you Sean. Rest in peace.

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