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Old 12-06-2004, 05:15 PM   #31
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noone got in my face or anything like that. Just saying it was funny to see fans going crazy when the bottom line is their team is 4-8. That's all.
We were going crazy in the stadium celebrating?? Wow considering alot of people did not show up due to the fact we were having a poor season and the fact we were playing the Giants. And alot of fans seem to have left because the game was in hand at 1/2 time. MMMMMM guess you have not been a witness to celebrations with New York much if you call that celebrating. I seem to recall the openning day when none of this mattered except we had a packed house of 92,000 strong who celebrated a bit louder over that win. Don't give us that much credit for celebrating so loud please. And by the way didn't your star pro bowl back have 38 yards against a no name defense of back ups? Face the fact you were crushed.
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:16 PM   #32
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From what I have been told/seen noone cares about the Capitals and Wizards.
My brother and I have season tickets to the Wizards, so that's two people who care...

and don't forget DC is home to DC United, MLS Soccer Champs!!!
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:21 PM   #33
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New York supports 2 teams in every sport, 3 in hockey.
So you are like every other New York Sports fan. You only support the team that is winning. How cool a choice of more then 1. Should we cheer for the Ravens because I live in Maryland and the stadium is in Maryland? NO WAY!!! I and many others on this site prefer to stick with one team, the burgundy and gold. New york has a lager population so naturally you would have a longer wait. But that means more fighting for who builds and where a new stadium goes. Till then 92,000 with a $91.00 ticket price average (Do our fans have more money?) trumps your old outdated stadium. Please stick to the game stuff though because you guys (the giants if that is your team of the moment) got CRUSHED!!!
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:31 PM   #34
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Uhm, crt i do not know what the hell you are talking about. Everyone on here who knows me from the Old Yahoo days knows I am a 1 team person. Giants, Rangers, and Mets. The poster mentioned the passion for the skins vs the giants and I brought up some facts about NYC-area teams.

I was also in the building the day the Giants destroyed the Vikings in the NFC championship game, I was there when they clinched the division against the skins in 97, and was in Mid-town the night the Rangers won the Cup. Believe me, I have seen celebrations for which you could only fantasize.
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:41 PM   #35
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Believe me, I have seen celebrations for which you could only fantasize.

We don't wanna hear about your bathroom activities.
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Old 12-06-2004, 06:28 PM   #36
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Okay cogg you say no-one got in your face so you just thought you would come over here onto our board. You could have been here to offer props in a good natured way, you could have come here and complained about bad decisions in the game... hell you could have come to make excuses quite legitimatly abut injuries, Eli's second start etc. etc. But no you come to do nothing else but stir up a shit storm ... goes to show just what kind of a fan you are and indeed what kind of a looser you are......looser in the sence that you support a football team that lost the game yesterday ...
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Old 12-06-2004, 06:38 PM   #37
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Uhm, crt i do not know what the hell you are talking about. Everyone on here who knows me from the Old Yahoo days knows I am a 1 team person. Giants, Rangers, and Mets. The poster mentioned the passion for the skins vs the giants and I brought up some facts about NYC-area teams.

I was also in the building the day the Giants destroyed the Vikings in the NFC championship game, I was there when they clinched the division against the skins in 97, and was in Mid-town the night the Rangers won the Cup. Believe me, I have seen celebrations for which you could only fantasize.
You said how New York is able to support 2 NFL teams, but they have such a bigger population. Your comment I believe was "Do not compare towns". Why would we try. We are comparing teams not towns here.

Glad you got to go to a NFC championship but as you can tell we are building for multiple Super Bowls. I am a old RFK guy and have seen my fair share of celebrating, that yesterday was just a few people being happy about a victory even over a talent less team.

As far a hockey and basketball, we support our home town team and go to the games but unfortuntaly they have deprived us of some championship caliber teams. But make no mistake the kings of this town are and will always be the REDSKINS. And when we CRUSH a opponet especially a NFC east opponet expect a few to enjoy and celebrate
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Old 12-06-2004, 06:56 PM   #38
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You said how New York is able to support 2 NFL teams, but they have such a bigger population. Your comment I believe was "Do not compare towns". Why would we try. We are comparing teams not towns here.
Maybe you should work on your reading comprehension skills.

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20yr waiting list for season tickets. most profitable sports team period. DC fans buy out every single game regardless of the record. and thats the largest stadium in the NFL too. there's a very unique loyalty around the Redskins, something i don't feel any teams here in fickle NY have.
Uhm, excuse me CRT but it seems someone IS trying to compare towns.
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Old 12-06-2004, 06:58 PM   #39
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Okay cogg you say no-one got in your face so you just thought you would come over here onto our board. You could have been here to offer props in a good natured way, you could have come here and complained about bad decisions in the game... hell you could have come to make excuses quite legitimatly abut injuries, Eli's second start etc. etc. But no you come to do nothing else but stir up a shit storm ... goes to show just what kind of a fan you are and indeed what kind of a looser you are......looser in the sence that you support a football team that lost the game yesterday ...
Oh, I came here to cause a shit storm. Right. I simply came here to comment on what I saw. I do not need to make excuses for my team. They played like $h!t, and that is it. What kind of fan I am? Well, if I wanted to be a prick I would have been here in September when the Giants beat the Skins at the Meadowlands.
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Old 12-06-2004, 06:58 PM   #40
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Umm all I am gonna say is 31-7 speaks for itself....
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Old 12-06-2004, 07:00 PM   #41
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Glad you got to go to a NFC championship but as you can tell we are building for multiple Super Bowls. I am a old RFK guy and have seen my fair share of celebrating, that yesterday was just a few people being happy about a victory even over a talent less team.
Multiple Super Bowls? Yeah, OK. Keep drinking Dan Snyder's Kool-Aid.

A victory over a talent less team? You mean the same talent less team that is ahead of your TALENT-FILLED team in the standings??????
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Old 12-06-2004, 07:01 PM   #42
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Umm all I am gonna say is 31-7 speaks for itself....
have I said anything anywhere to the contrary?????????? I think 4-8 speaks for itself, as well.
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Old 12-06-2004, 07:21 PM   #43
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I don't know what your intentions where when you came over here just to say your team played $hit and yes indeed you did win in september and could have come come over to gloat, but you would have been towards the back of a real long line of gloaters as we have taken our lumps this year, but my oppinion of you wouldn't be much more different than it is right now.

Like I say I don't know your intentions but what is comming accross is " Wah Wah our team played like crap, Wah Wah we lost to the $ucky Deadskins, Wah Wah your team still $ucks, Wah Wah New York kicks ass etc. etc." Bad winner/poor looser adds up to the same thing to me.
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Old 12-06-2004, 07:49 PM   #44
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have I said anything anywhere to the contrary?????????? I think 4-8 speaks for itself, as well.
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Old 12-06-2004, 08:08 PM   #45
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keep it civil boys, I know it's been a while since we've been able to talk some trash, LOL
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