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Old 11-26-2006, 09:17 PM   #16
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Mark Brunell. He looked a little pouty on the sidelines at times.
He was the first one to go to Campbell after his INT to calm him down.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:19 PM   #17
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Thanks dick heads. I do like the Bears and I like Ravens. I like the bears because I like the way they have built their team. I like the Ravens because they are local and have been playing well. But I have been a Redskins fan first my whole life. I am 36 and unlike most people my first love was George Allen. I can remember Diron Talbert(the dancing bear), Coy Bacon, Mike Bragg the punter, Chris Hamburger, and Billy Kilmer. I was eight years old when Jack Kent Cook fired George Allen, I was devastated. I remember when Joe Thiesman took over for Billy Kilmer. I remember Clarence Harmon running the ball under Jack Pardee, in place of the holdout John Riggins. I remember Ike Forte. Lemar Parish, Joe Lavender, and Ken Houston. So you tell me, are you a better Redskins fan? You may be, but most can't say that.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:23 PM   #18
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I think most people are referring to your little "I quit being a Skins fans, I love the Bears" thread, when they say anything about you. You haven't already forgotten that, have you?
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:26 PM   #19
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I didn't see too many today but I did see the 30 million dollar captain of the punt team miss an assignment which allowed a punt to be blocked.

He needs to get it together. Otherwise, he is a complete joke.

I spoke to a Panthers fan today who pointed out that Steve Smith's game winning overtime catch in the playoffs against St. Louis was against double A. (Not Arn Anderson of Four Horseman glory)
That was against Jason Sehorn. I'm pretty sure about that.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:26 PM   #20
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He was the first one to go to Campbell after his INT to calm him down.
I, for my part, was kidding.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:28 PM   #21
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I, for my part, was kidding.
I figured that but I just wanted to point that out.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:31 PM   #22
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I believe that "The Dancing Bear" was the nickname of Ron McDole, not Diron Talbert. Talbert was just "Talby".

Update: Ron McDole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:33 PM   #23
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Well the Redskins have gotten a lot worse since then and I am still here. It was a joke. Its a joke, I have been using at work since Joe Gibbs left. I walk into work every Monday after a loss and say "Like I have been saying all year long, I am a ------(who ever is doing really, good unless it the cowgirls) fan". It makes people laugh, because they know what a Redskins freak I am. But it did not transfer to a post real well
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Like I have been saying all year long, I'm a Chicago Bears Fan.

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Think it is time to jump ship. What I don't understand is that Chicago wanted Randel El and Archuletta. We got both and we suck. I guess if we have a realy bad year at least our draft choices will be good, oh I forgot we ghave them all away. GO CHICAGO!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:34 PM   #24
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Your right, it was Ron Mcdole. I was only 4 or 5, but you were even younger. Do you remember, or did you ask some one?
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:38 PM   #25
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Man, I just read my post and I dont care what anyone says, thats some funny shit.
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Your right, it was Ron Mcdole. I was only 4 or 5, but you were even younger. Do you remember, or did you ask some one?

I remembered my father talking about him. My earliest memories of the Redskins are about the time Theismann replaced Billy !977, 1978, by which time I don't think McDole saw much action. Talbert played regularly throughout the '79 season, though. He and Coy Bacon knew how to bring pressure.
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Old 11-26-2006, 09:43 PM   #27
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Yep, thats pretty much when I can remember. I dont remember Sunny, even though I think I was watching when he played.
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Old 11-27-2006, 12:32 AM   #28
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I remember Sonny.

They always talk about the '72 Dolphins celebrating when a team with a perfect record loses late in the season. They say they're thankful to the opposing team.

Then they should put flowers on George Allen's grave every day. 'Cause if he'd played Sonny instead of Billy we would have blown Miami on their backsides in the Super Bowl like we were supposed to.
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Old 11-27-2006, 12:43 AM   #29
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From an online chat at: Q&A with Sonny Jurgensen - Pro Football Hall of Fame



In the Super Bowl with Miami do you feel with the way you throw longer then Kilmer and deeper to stretch the defense would you have beaten the Dolphins if you were the QB. I was upset that you were never given the chance, they (Dolphins) had not faced a QB with your ability and talents all year and I think Washington would have won. I loved to watch you play I hope this e-mail finds you in good health. - John
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Well, thank you very much. You know that was the most disappointing thing of my career that I didn't have the opportunity to play in that game. Because I was on crutches, had an Achilles tear, and could not play. They came very close - the Redskins did - it was 14-7. Billy (Kilmer) hit the goal post three times in that game. If you recall, the goal post was on the goal line. I think he hit it three times in the game, which he couldn't do that again if he tried, or no one could. Yes, I would have loved to play in that game, and had the opportunity and I've kidded a lot of the Dolphins over the years, said 'yes, we would have won, if I'd played against them.' We did have that opportunity to play against them in '74 and we beat them in the last five seconds at RFK Stadium, which was kind of my own Super Bowl.
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I didn't see too many today but I did see the 30 million dollar captain of the punt team miss an assignment which allowed a punt to be blocked.

He needs to get it together. Otherwise, he is a complete joke.

I spoke to a Panthers fan today who pointed out that Steve Smith's game winning overtime catch in the playoffs against St. Louis was against double A. (Not Arn Anderson of Four Horseman glory)
I thought the blocked punt was AA's fault too but in the post game, Sellers said it was his own fault. Sellers said that he was too far back in his stance or something like that...
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