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Old 04-05-2012, 10:58 AM   #466
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Old 04-05-2012, 10:58 AM   #467
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Yet again....

The reason the Saints got nailed to the cross is because they were asked 3 times by Goodell about the bounty and was informed there was no bounty. Basically the Saints lied. I would guess if they were honest the first time he simply would have told them to stop and called it a warning. The Saints lied 3 times and all 3 times Goodell instructed them to stop if they had a bounty. He's found out they lied all 3 times to him which is why the severe punishment.

The bounty itself is one thing, but the harsh punishment is due to the lies he received. Had Goodell been investigating a bounty while GW was here and the team lied we too would be punished just as hard.
Did you hear about Robert Griffin denying the Colts a workout? Craaaa-zy.
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:23 PM   #468
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The real scandal was perpetrated by the Bengals. Poor kid. In high school and he's already peaked. What a terrible TERRIBLE thing to do to a hormone driven adolescence. The tears.....so difficult....to hold back.

Former Cincinnati Bengals Cheerleader Sarah Jones Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Abuse | firstcoastnews.com
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:45 PM   #469
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The real scandal was perpetrated by the Bengals. Poor kid. In high school and he's already peaked. What a terrible TERRIBLE thing to do to a hormone driven adolescence. The tears.....so difficult....to hold back.



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50 bucks says she doesn't spend a second in jail.
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The real scandal was perpetrated by the Bengals. Poor kid. In high school and he's already peaked. What a terrible TERRIBLE thing to do to a hormone driven adolescence. The tears.....so difficult....to hold back.

Former Cincinnati Bengals Cheerleader Sarah Jones Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Abuse | firstcoastnews.com
So ... yeah, I flipped through the slides for the story. Look at slides 11 & 12 -- She's wearing an arm band with what I can only imagine are Cheerleader "Plays". I just had to laugh as a gazillion "blonde" jokes came to mind. I am sure there's a Donovan joke in there somewhere, but I just can't think of one.
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Good Gurdy, WTF???

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Who recorded GW? Btw that's a pussy move to do that
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Who recorded GW? Btw that's a pussy move to do that
Documentary film maker covering the Saints that year.

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Thanks guys. Geez I didn't know they were filming and he still said all that. Honestly I'm sure this talk happens in most locker rooms but it's not and excuse for a bounty
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It may happen in a generic sort of sense - "I am going to hit him so hard he's gonna see stars." I would hope players aren't out there aiming at each others ACL's and goading each other on to take illegal head shots.

Still amazing to me how many, in the face of rising concussions and medical awareness as to what these guys do to their minds/bodies, want to encourage a culture of silence. "Pussy thing to do"? Even if it wasn't a documentary, I call BS on that. You want to exhort the team to hit hard, fine. You don't want to get caught calling on players to injure other players? Sorry, I am not okay with that.
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Did you hear about Robert Griffin denying the Colts a workout? Craaaa-zy.
Have you seen the new M&M commercial? Their sexy and they know it.
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The real scandal was perpetrated by the Bengals. Poor kid. In high school and he's already peaked. What a terrible TERRIBLE thing to do to a hormone driven adolescence. The tears.....so difficult....to hold back.

Former Cincinnati Bengals Cheerleader Sarah Jones Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Abuse | firstcoastnews.com
Wholey Moley. I could use some tutoring!
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It may happen in a generic sort of sense - "I am going to hit him so hard he's gonna see stars." I would hope players aren't out there aiming at each others ACL's and goading each other on to take illegal head shots.

Still amazing to me how many, in the face of rising concussions and medical awareness as to what these guys do to their minds/bodies, want to encourage a culture of silence. "Pussy thing to do"? Even if it wasn't a documentary, I call BS on that. You want to exhort the team to hit hard, fine. You don't want to get caught calling on players to injure other players? Sorry, I am not okay with that.
Coaches are going to pump up their players any way they can. I don't have a problem with the foul language. I wouldn't have a problem if he simply pointed out recent injuries the players had as a referense to the teams weaknesses, but naming players and how to take them out is probably a bit much. Take our team for instance, you guys can't tell me you guys wouldn't be pissed if you saw the opponant taking cheap shots at our players? You'd be even more pissed if you found out later that a coach instructed them to hit those players on purpose. I have to imagine the 49ers fans are livid.
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