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Old 12-12-2011, 09:11 AM
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Just what the Broncos needs.. nothing like a little rif to help them out

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Irk the Heck out of me in the game Landry came in when he was late to slide and put a hit on him. Out comes a flag and after the typical Zebra Confrence they realized it was not helmet to helmet contact so the called a fore arm to the head. No part of his precisous head was hit. WTF now that Peyton is out they are protecting him? If that was a hit to Vick the ref would of given him a pat on the back.
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Brady and his coach are total prima donnas...
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Brady and his coach are total douchebags...

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Brady and his coach are total prima donnas...
We'll see how the Jets fare against them in the playoffs....the AFC playoffs are going to be a series of barn-burners this season....cannot wait!!
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Brady and his coach are total prima donnas...
With SEVERAL SuperBowl RINGS
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"Everyone is going to talk about what happened at that moment, but is anybody going to talk about what happened three minutes later, when they were sitting beside each other talking about what we had to do the next series?"

After Brady had time to cool down, he laughed off the yelling match.
“I threw a pretty bad interception so he wasn’t happy about it,” Brady said. “It was probably a long line of coaches and players that were pretty pissed at me after that, but Billy got to me first and he let me have it. I deserved it . . . We’re both pretty emotional guys.
“That’s what I deserve. You make bad plays, you’re supposed to get yelled at by your coaches. Certainly not the first time and probably won’t be the last. Can’t do it in that situation and it was just a stupid play by me.”
That’s the perfect answer, which we’ve come to expect from Brady. He did his very best to make it a non-story.
Tom Curran of CSNNE.com wonders if Brady is getting wound a little too tight in his later years. Brady certainly is more willing to chew out his receivers after a mistake. It happened a number of times Sunday.
This wasn’t Brady’s best day either despite good numbers. That was probably the biggest reason for Brady’s blow-up.
“It’s football, man. It’s emotion. That’s athletics,” Brady explained.


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Sounds like a pretty classy guy to me.
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Originally Posted by SHAMROCK69 View Post
Irk the Heck out of me in the game Landry came in when he was late to slide and put a hit on him. Out comes a flag and after the typical Zebra Confrence they realized it was not helmet to helmet contact so the called a fore arm to the head. No part of his precisous head was hit. WTF now that Peyton is out they are protecting him? If that was a hit to Vick the ref would of given him a pat on the back.
No complaints about the call of roughing the passer when Grossman tripped over his own feet and a Pats player was near him
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:50 PM
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If any other QB in the league had done that the media would have chastised them. Instead they acted like its OK. He needs a late hit to the helmet.
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New England visits the TEBOWS this weekend...
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New England visits the TEBOWS this weekend...
Hope they tenderize 'em for the wild card series and the Steelers.
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New England visits the TEBOWS this weekend...
Tebow will be praying out his butt-hole on Sunday Night.A real QB is coming to town.Elway will be saying''Thats the shit Im talking bout bubba''
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You'd know, coming from the DB Capital of the World.
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brady and the patsies are a bunch of sausages.
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You'd know, coming from the DB Capital of the World.
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The Pats should easily beat the Broncos...Tebow still has something Brady will never have...class and a true fan following because of who he is as a person...I hope Denver stomps them but it prob won't happen but in 6 months who will remember the score or what happened...
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The Pats should easily beat the Broncos...Tebow still has something Brady will never have...class and a true fan following because of who he is as a person...I hope Denver stomps them but it prob won't happen but in 6 months who will remember the score or what happened...
You're out of your friggin mind,put down the pipe dude.
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O'Brien will be gone next year... watch.
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I would like to see how Tebow performs against the Steeler's defense. My guess is he won't be able to do a lot of running around like he has with every other NFL team.

My buddy is in Vegas and I asked him to put $50 for the Steeler's to wind the SB. He said that the Steeler's are the top favored team to win the SB. You listen to the experts and none of them are even mentioning the Steeler's making it to the SB. Go figure.

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O'Brien will be gone next year... watch.
Are you serious? Have you ever been on the coaching staff of a football team? Here you got two people that want perfection and expect nothing less. And when one play goes sour they both explode. Sometimes a coach will bait a player into a confrontation just to get him motivated, that didn't happen in this case but I bet Coach Belicheck would call that outburst .....team healthy!
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