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Old 01-11-2012, 11:13 AM   #46
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The NY Jets are a hot mess right now.

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No way in f*cking hell i would want Sanchez here. too much of a sh*tstorm up there. Its bothersome to hear that from his own teamates. Where i was "up for anything" at out QB position after watching Rex and Becks this year, big thumbs down on Sanchise.
Not a fan of Sanzhez but also not a fan of the gutless pussies that throw teammates under the bus and don't put their name on it. I'd be willing to bet that Santonio Holmes is the rat.
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:18 AM   #47
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Pittsburgh fans are annoying with their stupid terrible towel. I hope that New England beats the living crap out of Denver. So tired of this Baby Jesus bullshit.




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Not a fan of Sanzhez but also not a fan of the gutless pussies that throw teammates under the bus and don't put their name on it. I'd be willing to bet that Santonio Holmes is the rat.
Well that is a direct reflection of the head coach and the entire FO on how things are managed within that locker room. that type of culture will implode and when it does, not pretty
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:28 AM   #49
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I used to hate Tebow Mania, but this stuff is funny now.

Pittsburgh mayor Tebows to settle bet with Denver mayor | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

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I Tebowed Californication the other night.
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:58 PM   #51
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I don't understand why it's socially acceptable to display bigotry toward a person of faith. So what if Tim Tebow is an outspoken Christian? Honestly, the more crap people sling at him over his faith, the more I start to pull for the guy. The only time I'd hate Tim Tebow is when he beats my Redskins. Other than that, the guy appears to be a great human being. I'd much rather see him praying on the sidelines than flipping the fans off.
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[QUOTE=skinsguy;874889]I don't understand why it's socially acceptable to display bigotry toward a person of faith. So what if Tim Tebow is an outspoken Christian? Honestly, the more crap people sling at him over his faith, the more I start to pull for the guy. The only time I'd hate Tim Tebow is when he beats my Redskins. Other than that, the guy appears to be a great human being. I'd much rather see him praying on the sidelines than flipping the fans off.[/QUOTE]

Yep or snortin coke off a prostitutes ass.
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Yep or snortin coke off a prostitutes ass.

Actually, I'd rather see this.




Also, this sums it up for me in terms of all these religious nuts.

Did Jesus Intervene?
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I Tebowed Californication the other night.
HAHA! word play.
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Actually, I'd rather see this.




Also, this sums it up for me in terms of all these religious nuts.

Did Jesus Intervene?
Yeah, this pretty much sums it up for me in terms of all these atheistic nuts.

Atheistic nuts?
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Winnipeg man now owns stock in ‘Green Boy Packers’ | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports








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Yeah, this pretty much sums it up for me in terms of all these atheistic nuts.

Atheistic nuts?


Might as well posted this.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-F3jBLhlh2g...wonderland.jpg

Carry about the same weight.
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Might as well posted this.
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-F3jBLhlh2g...wonderland.jpg

Carry about the same weight.
Ehhh...you have your beliefs, I have mine. I'm not ashamed of my Christian faith. But, this is a football message board. I agree to keep my beliefs to myself as long as you do the same.
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You need to add Mike Brown to that list. He is the son of the great Paul Brown after all, and no doubt has had his share of football knowledge passed on to him.
Sorry, I ignored your screed above this posting but now you have descended to the level of Lysenkoism. [Google is your friend if you don't know what Lysenkoism is or who Lysenko was...]

No one inherits football knowledge just by being around someone who coached/played football. If that were true, Kyle Shanahan and Brian Schottenheimer would be a whole lot better as offensive coordinators than they have shown themselves to be.

The fact that Jerry Jones played on a national championship football team 50 years ago means that he brings something to his decsionmaking and analysis that other owners cannot bring to their decisionmaking and analysis. That does not mean that he is better than they are; that does not mean he will not make plenty of mistaken judgments; what it does mean is that he knows things they do not know because they never did what he did. If you cannot see that difference clearly, then there is no point in trying to use logic in a discussion with you.

Jerry Jones appears to make decisions that are not totally analytical; he seems to let his ego and his glands take over his decisionmaking processes more than once in a while. That has been a significant problem for the Cowboys' organization in the last decade or so.

As to Jones only being successful when Jimmy Johnson or Bill Parcells was on the scene - - BTW, do not forget that Barry Switzer has a Super Bowl Ring from the Cowboys too - - who was it that decided to bring Johnson and Parcells to Dallas?
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