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Old 11-23-2010, 03:17 PM   #16
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Old 11-23-2010, 03:46 PM   #17
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All I could think of when Deshawn Jackson blew Laron up, that Taylor probably would have knocked him out on that play. For some reason that play made me think how much better our defense would be right now.
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I understand where IB is coming from but I also understand How IMPORTANT Sean was to our football team. I myself will always remember 21!
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Old 11-23-2010, 04:18 PM   #19
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Rest in Peace Sean.
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Old 11-23-2010, 04:29 PM   #20
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this is a good thread, i'm not really sure what the problem is with remembering a great player, INSANE it's not like everyday we're sobbing and throwing up "I MISS SEAN" threads. i mean he impacted my life in a fairly large way. I didn't know him at all, but he was my last favorite player i will ever have. after he died i remember hearing about his crazy work ethic and leading by example. I especially remember hearing something his father said about hoping something good would come of his death. About a week after his death i told myself i would never stop trying to improve my life and those around me, because we don't have forever. I'll tell you how Sean impacted my life and see if might INSANE want to lose "the get over it!" attitude

I have mild spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy-which means i walk with a walker or i did at the time of Sean's death....now I use crutches. Sean's death was the catalyst for my change in attitude and also work ethic because i used to not care about getting stronger or stretching my legs, now i go to the gym 5 days a week about, 2 hours per day, along with stretching 2 additional hours a day and i have been for about 2 years now.

I don't tell this to be inspiring or whatever, I just tell you because Sean Taylor did change my life for the better, I will never forget him

PS- taking the time to remember him once a year isn't going to kill us is it???
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No problem, I'm just gonna start making threads for other players who have passed away. I think they all deserve just the same, especially ones who actually did things for the team more than play a couple seasons.
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No problem, I'm just gonna start making threads for other players who have passed away. I think they all deserve just the same, especially ones who actually did things for the team more than play a couple seasons.
That would be great, then we can come shit on your threads!
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Old 11-23-2010, 07:34 PM   #23
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IrishSkins, that's a great story. God bless
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RIP #21. I miss the guy, and still think about how sick it would have been to have him and Landry as our safety tandem.

I wonder how his fiancee Jackie and his little girl are doing these days?
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this is a good thread, i'm not really sure what the problem is with remembering a great player, INSANE it's not like everyday we're sobbing and throwing up "I MISS SEAN" threads. i mean he impacted my life in a fairly large way. I didn't know him at all, but he was my last favorite player i will ever have. after he died i remember hearing about his crazy work ethic and leading by example. I especially remember hearing something his father said about hoping something good would come of his death. About a week after his death i told myself i would never stop trying to improve my life and those around me, because we don't have forever. I'll tell you how Sean impacted my life and see if might INSANE want to lose "the get over it!" attitude

I have mild spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy-which means i walk with a walker or i did at the time of Sean's death....now I use crutches. Sean's death was the catalyst for my change in attitude and also work ethic because i used to not care about getting stronger or stretching my legs, now i go to the gym 5 days a week about, 2 hours per day, along with stretching 2 additional hours a day and i have been for about 2 years now.

I don't tell this to be inspiring or whatever, I just tell you because Sean Taylor did change my life for the better, I will never forget him

PS- taking the time to remember him once a year isn't going to kill us is it???
That's really good stuff man. Props to you. Keep up the great work, and good luck.
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All I could think of when Deshawn Jackson blew Laron up, that Taylor probably would have knocked him out on that play. For some reason that play made me think how much better our defense would be right now.
We can remember Sean but remember him correctly. If Patrick Crayton ran by him several times how would he have knocked Jackson out. You dont have to put down Landry to build Taylor up. Landry is playing as good this season as Sean ever did. Did Sean have a chance to be great yes but that chance was snuffed out by 3 thugs.

I understand thinking about what could have been and I still do it sometimes but the time for memorials has passed.

on a side note JFK was President there is a bit of a difference.
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RIP #21. I miss the guy, and still think about how sick it would have been to have him and Landry as our safety tandem.

I wonder how his fiancee Jackie and his little girl are doing these days?
She just got married

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Old 11-23-2010, 08:23 PM   #28
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We can remember Sean but remember him correctly. If Patrick Crayton ran by him several times how would he have knocked Jackson out. You dont have to put down Landry to build Taylor up. Landry is playing as good this season as Sean ever did. Did Sean have a chance to be great yes but that chance was snuffed out by 3 thugs.

I understand thinking about what could have been and I still do it sometimes but the time for memorials has passed.

on a side note JFK was President there is a bit of a difference.
He was a Pro Bowl free saftey. He was not known for being out of position, like Laron. I would put money on it, that would not have happened if he was in there. He was a hall of fame saftey in the making. Thats why we loved him so much, thats why grown men were crying when he died. Yes he was human, but he was the best saftey in the game.
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No problem, I'm just gonna start making threads for other players who have passed away. I think they all deserve just the same, especially ones who actually did things for the team more than play a couple seasons.
Boy you really can't seem to just let this go. It's like you feel this need to keep reiterating your tired ass point that his death was not that important to you. We get it. If you keep this tired charade up your posts are going to be more ignored than Ace's once were.
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