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Old 07-28-2006, 09:37 AM   #1
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Come on, you KNOW we had to discuss it eventually. I, for one, was wishing LaVar nothing but the best except when he plays us, now I want his ass to be a total bust for NY. He needs to learn when to shut his fucking mouth.

"They let us all go," he said. "You can go further than just me, Ryan [Clark] and Antonio [Pierce]. Go back to Champ [Bailey]. Go back to Stephen Davis. Should I keep going? Go back to Brad Johnson. Even Marty [Schottenheimer]. We would be playing for Super Bowls had they kept Marty. And after [Steve] Spurrier left, that was it for me.
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:41 AM   #2
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blah blah blah

If he's so happy to be moving on why is he still talking about it?

Deep down he's hurt, he knows it. Welcome to the NFL, LaVar, it's a cold business.

'No comment' is so underrated.
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:43 AM   #3
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oh yeah, spurrier showed alot of promise?!?!!

davis had what, one good season after he left washington? i guess LA knows best when it comes to how to run a team.
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If he's so happy to be moving on why is he still talking about it?


Deep down he's hurt, he knows it.

'No comment' is so underrated.
Because he's an absolute douchebag and I hope he lives out the last years of his career bouncing around from team-to-team living on his old reputation.
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:45 AM   #5
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This article really ticked me off. I can't say I want anything bad to happen to him physically but, damn, I hope his career ends on a low note. Quickly forgotten, like a fart in the wind.
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and did we really lose that much going from peirce to marshal? laVar is an ass, plain and simple.
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He gets booed from me when he comes out against us. I was going to be indifferent.

Not anymore.
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and did we really lose that much going from peirce to marshal? laVar is an ass, plain and simple.
Pierce pisses me off even more than LaVar. Pierce is constantly bad-mouthing the team after they had him one season (right?) and then because HE didn't want to be a team player, but wanted to get paid, he left for money.
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note that he is the only one slinging mud. the skins(coaches or players) have said nothing about his me first attitude and his freelancing tendencies. lavar has a hard on for this organization and i hope he never makes it back to the playoffs with any team, while the skins win multiple sbs
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LoL?? yes we let go of champ to get portis...what a bust that was...................................LoL...oh and yes im sure we will regret losing ryan when archuleta and taylor literally break people in half.....lol and wow Gibbs is deffinately not as good as Marty or Spurrier..what were we thinking...and Brad Johnson is too easy so i shall leave that one alone!!!....bottom line...he is not that bright...all of the players/coaches he named we have obvious upgrades for...the only one that we did not receive a straight upgrade was Champ...but for him we got a pro-bowl and possibly a future HOF back!!...good call Arrington...see you soon buddy!!!
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:51 AM   #11
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But just like with ANY ex-Skin, he's going to make a game-changing play like f-ing Pierce did the first time we played them.
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I still don't blame Pierce for leaving. He gave the Skins a fair shot at re-signing him. The Giants contract was simply structured with more money up front, as we know the Dan doesn't roll like that, he likes to backload the deal. No doubt the Giants knew this and structured his deal that way.

Besides, with the money we saved from Pierce, we're a lot better off. We have Marshall who did a great job at a fraction of the cost of Pierce.
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On a side note, Chad Morton can suck my balls. Ever notice how ANY TIME he returns a kickoff past the 20, he gets up like he just ran it in for a TD?
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Chad Morton still plays? I hadn't noticed.
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Next time you watch a Giants game, on the kickoff return, he'll be the one dry-humping his teammates over his 10-20 yard return.
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