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Old 04-17-2013, 10:31 AM   #91
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Re: Off Season Griffin Man Crush thread

I don't Sonny. If he had stayed in the pocket last year, we would have won 7 games tops.

That's the impact his running skills have. He single-leggedly won some games...scoring, extending plays, running for crucial first downs.

Later in his career, sure...but we don't need to waste his talents when he's young. If we don't want to use him, we should not have drafted him. Unleash the beast. He'll get smarter and learn to protect himself with experience. He's not used to anyone catching up to him yet. In college...no one could catch him. In the NFL, few can, but some do get lucky.
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Old 04-18-2013, 08:18 AM   #92
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Joe Theismann on RGIII: ‘He’s not gonna stop running. It’s not him’
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Old 05-20-2013, 07:58 AM   #93
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twitter had a field day with so many fans buying things for Griffin's wedding registry. Crazy how much he has taken this area by storm.

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MT @RGIII: I didn't ask fans to buy me anything. They found [the registry] ... & decided to get what they could. SMH at all these Debbie downers
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:21 AM   #94
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Y! SPORTS

That is amazing
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:51 AM   #95
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twitter had a field day with so many fans buying things for Griffin's wedding registry. Crazy how much he has taken this area by storm.
I was following the twitter war as well. Geez...it's not like RGIII asked his fans to buy stuff off the registry for him. They did it because they love the guy. I understand the thought that he doesn't need people he doesn't know buying him stuff (probably doesn't even need people he does know buying him stuff) but he can't control what fans do. Maybe his intentions are to donate those gifts to charity and I'm sure he plans on doing so. Even if he keeps those gifts, his giving back to his fans by making the Washington Redskins, hopefully, a consistent playoff and eventual Super Bowl champion, so I couldn't ask for a better payback than that! (Of course I didn't buy anything off his registry, lol!)
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:53 AM   #96
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Griffin is the man
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:28 AM   #97
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Dang, I didnt get him anything.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:08 AM   #98
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Heck lets but together a few bucks for a little something, heck two nationally televised cowboy a$$ kickins should be worth a punch bowl, candle holders or something.
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Old 05-20-2013, 10:09 AM   #99
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Errr , I heard Jessica Simpson sent him some gifts too . He did help spank the Cowboys twice last year .... 2X
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Anyone who makes this a controversy is either a) petty, or b) miserable. Griffin didn't publicize it, the couple shouldn't feel compelled to give it to charity (unless they are gonna throw some of it away), and those invited to their wedding will certainly figure out something to get them.

some people just can't let others enjoy their success.
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you know, Im loving the hate from everyone. its great to be hatted on these days, especially RG3 because he is such a class act
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Old 05-20-2013, 12:39 PM   #102
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Is that directed towards me?
It was not meant to be. Just a general statement towards anyone who feels it's wrong for the couple to receive the gifts, or the fans to buy the gifts.
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Anyone who makes this a controversy is either a) petty, or b) miserable. Griffin didn't publicize it, the couple shouldn't feel compelled to give it to charity (unless they are gonna throw some of it away), and those invited to their wedding will certainly figure out something to get them.

some people just can't let others enjoy their success.
Some people just don't have a life.
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Anyone who makes this a controversy is either a) petty, or b) miserable. Griffin didn't publicize it, the couple shouldn't feel compelled to give it to charity (unless they are gonna throw some of it away), and those invited to their wedding will certainly figure out something to get them.

some people just can't let others enjoy their success.
Exactly.

For those who have an issue - why. do. you. care?!? How does it affect you in any way shape or form?

If you have time to be annoyed or offended by this you've got way too much time and far too few worries.
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Ok, yeah, just to clarify here (or summarize my previous post) I'm not at all mad at RG3, I'm not mad at the fans, I'm just annoyed/irked/shrugged(?) that people who are not millionaires would buy someone they've never met before gifts to a wedding they aren't attending. Its the whole ''get in good with the jocks'' saying I used to hear a lot (or the whole rich get richer; poor get poorer). Its their money they can spend it to and on anyone who they please; I just think you're an idiot doing it for someone making millions more than you most likely are, and for invading someones privacy snooping around for their wedding registery; just because its on the internet and someone found it doesn't mean you have to buy them a gift.

And no, I'm not miserable, I have great life, and I'm not someone who thinks the Redskins should change their name.
from a wash po or some local article I read, the people they spoke with bought like $8 spoon holders or a chip and dip bowl as I joke to say "hey i bought black jesus a place mat!".

its kinda fun, no harm and this is coming from a guy who is always looking for a reason to bitch about something. like all the seemingly able-bodies people with handicap sticker badge things they hang from their rear-view mirror or the unreasonable price of RoFo's chicken and their refusal to give you price breaks when ordering large quantities of chicken.
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