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Old 06-18-2007, 11:30 PM   #16
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On more than a few occasions, I have referred to Sean Taylor as a meathead. In fact, on several occassions, I have typed out "MEATHEAD" in all capital letters.

I apologize for that.

Compared to Pacman Jones, Sean Taylor has the beneficence and self-control of Mother Teresa, the intelligence of Albert Einstein and the sophisticated worldview of Winston Churchill.

Pacman Jones is a waste of human skin. :yeahright

I hope never to be tempted to assign a negative moniker to Sean Taylor again.

Mea culpa! Mea culpa! Mea maxima culpa!


we forgive you welcome back to the "Love Sean Taylor Pacman is a dumb ass" fan club.
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Old 06-19-2007, 02:10 PM   #17
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I played football for 11 years, so I know all about the dirty stuff. But if spitting in someone's face is so common, then how come it's such a big deal when it happens? When Housh accused ST it was a big news, and then Taylor got fined $15K when he did it against the Bucs in the playoffs. Remember when Romanowski spit in JJ Stokes' face? He got ridiculed big time. Spitting in a guys face isn't as common as you think. I got elbowed and punched a few times in piles, but never had my nuts grabbed (you're an idiot if you're not wearing a cup to begin with), was never bitten (facemasks make that kind of hard), and never spit on.

Trust me, if this kind of stuff went on all the time at the bottom of the pile, players would get caught a lot more often, and called out by other players a lot more often.
Ok. I appreciate your experience. It still really doesn't bother me.
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Old 06-19-2007, 02:36 PM   #18
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I played football for 11 years, so I know all about the dirty stuff. But if spitting in someone's face is so common, then how come it's such a big deal when it happens? When Housh accused ST it was a big news, and then Taylor got fined $15K when he did it against the Bucs in the playoffs. Remember when Romanowski spit in JJ Stokes' face? He got ridiculed big time. Spitting in a guys face isn't as common as you think. I got elbowed and punched a few times in piles, but never had my nuts grabbed (you're an idiot if you're not wearing a cup to begin with), was never bitten (facemasks make that kind of hard), and never spit on.

Trust me, if this kind of stuff went on all the time at the bottom of the pile, players would get caught a lot more often, and called out by other players a lot more often.
I think the difference is in the middle of a scrum, as opposed to just standing face to face with someone. You grab someone's junk in the bottom of a pile while trying to go for the football, ok well that's kind of odd bur par for the course in that situation. You do that while just standing there talking to someone then that's a whole other story.
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Old 06-19-2007, 02:44 PM   #19
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I love Sean Taylor as a football player. A lot. And he is nowhere close to a Pacman Jones. But ST spitting in an opposing player's face (on more than one occasion) really makes me sick. Next to smacking a woman, spitting in the face of another man is about as despicable an act as I can think of. Sure it's not an off-field transgression, but pretty awful nonetheless.

I personally think the fans and the media are more agitated by the spitting incident than the players themselves.

For the most part, I think, players in the NFL think Taylor is a fierce competitor that plays hard. At the time his immaturity simply got the best of him. That's it.
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Old 06-19-2007, 10:20 PM   #20
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I personally think the fans and the media are more agitated by the spitting incident than the players themselves.

For the most part, I think, players in the NFL think Taylor is a fierce competitor that plays hard. At the time his immaturity simply got the best of him. That's it.
Well played, sir.
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Old 06-20-2007, 01:28 AM   #21
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I personally think the fans and the media are more agitated by the spitting incident than the players themselves.

For the most part, I think, players in the NFL think Taylor is a fierce competitor that plays hard. At the time his immaturity simply got the best of him. That's it.

very well played
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Old 06-21-2007, 05:16 PM   #22
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It takes a big man to admit he's made a mistake.

Well done.

One thing about pacman I don't understand.

How come he always gets in fights at strip clubs.

I've gone to strip clubs on more than 10 occassions (Purely for research, of course) and have never gotten in a melee.

Outside of having to explain to the spousal unit the glitter on my face, I've quite enjoyed it and left happy.

He must be doing it wrong.
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