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Old 01-31-2012, 10:32 PM   #106
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Anyone else find it funny that two of our WRs played on the 2007 18-0 Pats?
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Old 01-31-2012, 10:43 PM   #107
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Anyone else find it funny that two of our WRs played on the 2007 18-0 Pats?
I find it funny Albert Haynesworth used to be on this year's Patriots team. Mike "racist" Shanahan did Fatal Bert a favor, but his fat lazy ass just didn't care to see it.
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I find it funny Albert Haynesworth used to be on this year's Patriots team. Mike "racist" Shanahan did Fatal Bert a favor, but his fat lazy ass just didn't care to see it.
Why does this lame nickname reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where George trying to make people call him T-Bone.
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got nothing on the porkchop express
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jack never drives faster than he can see, and besides...
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Old 01-31-2012, 11:39 PM   #112
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Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay Packers says NFC Pro Bowlers 'embarrassed themselves' - ESPN


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The AFC routed the NFC 59-41 in a game that drew boos at Aloha Stadium for its lack of early intensity. Rodgers, who started and played the first quarter for the NFC, didn't name specific players.

"I was just surprised that some of the guys either didn't want to play or when they were in there didn't put any effort into it," Rodgers said.
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They should make it winners take all. Losers get nothing. Then see how hard they play.
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I don't even bother to watch the PB and thats sad considering I never miss any Skins games and we are never any good.
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You're saying he could have been a Washington National today?!!
What a liar. During some documentary he turned on the water works when reflecting on his draft day saying "Now I don't have to sell insurance!" #YOULIE!

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Super Bowl 2012 -- Tom Brady not as great as you might think - ESPN New York
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super bowl monday should to be a federal holiday
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super bowl monday should to be a federal holiday
Well if you combined MLK day and Rebert E. Lees birthday,and bumped them both down to Super Bowl Monday, everybody is a winner. I think we might have something here Panda. Im writting my congressman right now.
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super bowl monday should to be a federal holiday
I think the SB should be on a Saturday night. More people would watch it, and it would give everybody a day to recover before they go back to work. I wish I knew what national attendance figures for work looked like the day after the SB.
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I think the SB should be on a Saturday night. More people would watch it, and it would give everybody a day to recover before they go back to work. I wish I knew what national attendance figures for work looked like the day after the SB.
I agree with this and never understood why they won't change it. And the worst thing is that they have the Superbowl late on Sunday.
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