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Old 11-09-2009, 11:32 AM   #31
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I fully applaud Mike Smith. He saw his QB get hit late and he wanted a piece of someone. I have no problem with that. Guys talk shit on the field all the time....there was some pushing and shoving and some f bombs. Big deal. It's football, not golf. My problem is why was Hall even involved? As usual he didn't hit anyone. Like a lil' bitch he walked over there looking for trouble AFTER the hit. His non tackling ass should've walked back to the huddle.
So you have no problem with Smith sticking his nose where it didn't belong, but with Hall it's a problem?

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Old 11-09-2009, 11:39 AM   #32
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So you have no problem with Smith sticking his nose where it didn't belong, but with Hall it's a problem?

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Yes because Smith saw his franchise QB get hit late and I'd expect any sideline to act that way if one of their players got hit late. So he stuck up for his QB. If you look at the video Landry made the hit and then walked back to the huddle. Hall walks up for no reason and starts talking shit when he should've done what Landry did. So IMO Hall acted like a bitch on that play. You're 2-5 and getting your ass beat. STFU and play ball. You don't see London Fletcher acting like a punk ass bitch do you?
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Old 11-09-2009, 11:40 AM   #33
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Well when you hitting their franchise QB three yards out of bounds one could argue they are backing their QB. I don't think I would have a problem if one of our players went after someone who made a late hit like that.
funny how NOBODY went anywhere near Landry (who made the hit) and instead targeted D. Hall. Hall must have been over there talkin' smack. Matt Ryan went back on the field right next to Landry and they seemed ok with each other. My point being, the late hit, and the ensuing scuffle seemed almost like 2 seperate issues.
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Old 11-09-2009, 11:42 AM   #34
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Yes because Smith saw his franchise QB get hit late and I'd expect any sideline to act that way if one of their players got hit late. So he stuck up for his QB. If you look at the video Landry made the hit and then walked back to the huddle. Hall walks up for no reason and starts talking shit when he should've done what Landry did. So IMO Hall acted like a bitch on that play. You're 2-5 and getting your ass beat. STFU and play ball. You don't see London Fletcher acting like a punk ass bitch do you?
Well said!! Plus let's not forget D.Hall's attitude history. Like I said, when the Redskins play Oakland, Hall will take his "bitch attitude tour" on the road again.
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Old 11-09-2009, 11:42 AM   #35
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Yes because Smith saw his franchise QB get hit late and I'd expect any sideline to act that way if one of their players got hit late. So he stuck up for his QB. If you look at the video Landry made the hit and then walked back to the huddle. Hall walks up for no reason and starts talking shit when he should've done what Landry did. So IMO Hall acted like a bitch on that play. You're 2-5 and getting your ass beat. STFU and play ball. You don't see London Fletcher acting like a punk ass bitch do you?
How can you even tell who was talking shit first?? Looks like Landry walked away and Hall got caught in the middle. Either way it doesn't excuse anyone's behavior including the ATL bench and their coach. If anything I would hold a coach to a higher standard. I didn't see Hall grabbing any of them like Smith was grabbing at him and their strength coach as well.
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Heck, even Yahoo has it as is headline news.

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Old 11-09-2009, 11:56 AM   #37
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I like when AH comes running in the whole pile of At. players went backwards. The more I watch the clip the more I see the coaches grabbing Hall and hall is not grabbing them. I always thought that as a coach you pull back your players not grab one from the other team.
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Old 11-09-2009, 11:57 AM   #38
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It is clear to me that Hall was being jumped on by not only the Falcons' players but several members of the coaching staff as well! Also, I saw the falcons' sideline grabbing at his jersey and facemask, then the HC throw a cheap shot. Hall probably shoudn't have went over there, but his doing so did not warrant that kind of reaction. The NFL should look into this and issue fines accordingly.

BTW- What took the other B&G players so long to get over there? This team lacks fight (on the field and off)! Props to Haynesworth for coming over to be an enforcer! His nasty "Mean Joe Green-esque" attitude is exactly what our squad needs. I wonder what Sean taylor would have done in that situation?
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Old 11-09-2009, 12:04 PM   #39
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How can you even tell who was talking shit first?? Looks like Landry walked away and Hall got caught in the middle. Either way it doesn't excuse anyone's behavior including the ATL bench and their coach. If anything I would hold a coach to a higher standard. I didn't see Hall grabbing any of them like Smith was grabbing at him and their strength coach as well.
Hall starts walking towards #51 FIRST, and that's when the strength coach and then Smith got involved. Hall started it, he's a punk, always has been and always will be and everyone in the NFL knows it.
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Doesn't matter who started it or not, and while I don't discredit Hall at all, the entire Atlanta bench shares blame in this as well. You see Hall being physically pulled into the melee by the ATL Coaching staff. Whether he's talking shit or not, whether he started it or not and whether he's a punk or not, that is totally unacceptable. The Falcons lost their cool period.

Mike Smith's beef should have been with Landry, who got up after the hit and trotted back to the huddle. Instead, he lost his cool and took it out on the completely wrong person.
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Shut up and play D. Hall!
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I think Hall might have a legit gripe about what went on there. Smith and the strength coach had no business getting involved like that.
Hall had no right to be on the Falcons sideline, not after Ryan AND Landry walked off the sideline together before the melee started.
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I fully applaud Mike Smith. He saw his QB get hit late and he wanted a piece of someone. I have no problem with that. Guys talk shit on the field all the time....there was some pushing and shoving and some f bombs. Big deal. It's football, not golf. My problem is why was Hall even involved? As usual he didn't hit anyone. Like a lil' bitch he walked over there looking for trouble AFTER the hit. His non tackling ass should've walked back to the huddle.
a coach should never want a piece of someone and def should never put hands on a player.

this seems like that GB coach and warren sapp years ago when sapp blindsided chad clifton and teh GB coach tried talkin smack to sapp after the game. a coach needs to be held to a higher standard.

go for AH to step in there a move that pile back.
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Shut up and play D. Hall!
Hate to break it to you, but that's never going to happen, there's a reason the Falcons AND Raiders, let me repeat that the RAIDERS washed their hands of that problem.
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Hall had no right to be on the Falcons sideline, not after Ryan AND Landry walked off the sideline together before the melee started.
Dude give me a break, let's not act like the Falcon's sideline acted like a bunch of choir boys.
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