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Old 07-17-2013, 11:37 AM   #196
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That's because no one wants to go to Pittsburgh.
Why not? Just think about all the popular old steel mills that have been abandoned since the 70's that you can explore? Or the gritty assholishness of the Steeler fans? "6 rings baby, oh yeah best franchise of all time in the NFL, plus we got Sid the Kid and the Pirates are in 1st place! Greatest city of all time!"

Who wouldn't want to go visit that?
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Why not? Just think about all the popular old steel mills that have been abandoned since the 70's that you can explore? Or the gritty assholishness of the Steeler fans? "6 rings baby, oh yeah best franchise of all time in the NFL, plus we got Sid the Kid and the Pirates are in 1st place! Greatest city of all time!"

Who wouldn't want to go visit that?
You can get that anywhere in the country unfortunately.
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Why not? Just think about all the popular old steel mills that have been abandoned since the 70's that you can explore? Or the gritty assholishness of the Steeler fans? "6 rings baby, oh yeah best franchise of all time in the NFL, plus we got Sid the Kid and the Pirates are in 1st place! Greatest city of all time!"

Who wouldn't want to go visit that?
Yeah I dont think family vacation = Shittsburg
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I would take Pittsburgh fans anytime, anywhere over Eagles fans. They are the worst.
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Keith Olbermann returns to ESPN for late-night program - ESPN

Wow ESPN giving Olbermann a late night show? Kinda shocking
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Keith Olbermann returns to ESPN for late-night program - ESPN

Wow ESPN giving Olbermann a late night show? Kinda shocking


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Dolphins CEO Mike Dee leaving to take same role with Padres

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Y! SPORTS

What a jerkoff. Glad he's on the Giants.
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Y! SPORTS

What a jerkoff. Glad he's on the Giants.

We're glad to have him. Took awhile for you to find this ,bet you have been busy with all you other activates .
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We're glad to have him. Took awhile for you to find this ,bet you have been busy with all you other activates .
I know you feel compelled to defend Cruz because you're a Giants fan, but he does come off a bit unhappy with his deal in the article. I guess my whole thing is, if you didn't like the deal, why'd you sign it? If it's money you want and the Giants weren't offering enough, why not play out your deal and see what free agency gives you? Either way I don't see this being a big issue in the grand scheme of things, let alone something we'll remember next year. And sure it's all about context, but the impression the article gives is that he doesn't sound happy, and his quote supports that notion.
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I know you feel compelled to defend Cruz because you're a Giants fan, but he does come off a bit unhappy with his deal in the article. I guess my whole thing is, if you didn't like the deal, why'd you sign it? If it's money you want and the Giants weren't offering enough, why not play out your deal and see what free agency gives you? Either way I don't see this being a big issue in the grand scheme of things, let alone something we'll remember next year. And sure it's all about context, but the impression the article gives is that he doesn't sound happy, and his quote supports that notion.


As I said about Cruz last year ,just because they stick a microphone in your face doesn't mean you have to say something . While I agree with what you said ....the point he was making was that he most likely would have made more somewhere else had he wanted to leave NY but no matter how you say it , it sounds stupid.
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:28 AM   #207
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After what Cruz did for the families of Newtown I just have mad respect for him.

I never thought of Cruz as one of the bad guys of the NFL. He is actually pretty feel good story.

I think there is a lot of haters going to hate on this web site because he has burned the skins a few times.
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I like the guy, and I do think he took a home town deal to stay. He shouldnt be mad at that, but I can understand his frustration.
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So was that Jay-Z first big contract, the Cruz deal? Well when you stupid and sign with someone like that you take a risk and in football that risk is way bigger because you usually get one shot at a big deal. Always been a bigger Nas fan, smh.
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Old 07-18-2013, 10:36 AM   #210
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With Cruz already complaining about his new contract publicly and saying he's STILL underpaid, I'm glad the Giants signed him. By the end of his contract, I bet they'll regret this deal. He's showing signs of being one of those "pay me" WRs that will never be content. I wouldn't be surprised if he starts giving less than 100% effort because he feels he's worth more than what they're paying him.
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