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jjpro11
12-14-2008, 06:48 PM
Receiving REC YDS TD LG
H. Ward 8 107 0 30

Defense T-A SCK INT FF
B. Scott 6-2 0.0 0 0


now stfu :tt02:

Penn St Steelers
12-14-2008, 06:49 PM
Scott is by far he most overrated LB in the NFL, his game doesn't match his mouth

Tankus_Maximus
12-14-2008, 06:51 PM
Bart Scott is the posterboy for Popcorn Muscles monthly. All that fluff is filled with hot air with absolutely nothing behind it.

Enjoy your loss, and shut yer pie-hole.

SteelCurtain7
12-14-2008, 07:05 PM
Ward's play was off the hook, yo. :cool:

steelin games
12-14-2008, 07:22 PM
hines was a beast the ratbirds couldn't slay

Pentheon
12-14-2008, 07:26 PM
hahaha what a bum...

he talks too much..

be more like ward and let your play do the talkin:tt03:

Dino 6 Rings
12-14-2008, 07:27 PM
Last week, 1 catch, this week, Da Man!

Ward is a Beast in big games.

Edman
12-14-2008, 07:29 PM
Softest, most overrated Linebacker in the game. Only claim to fame was decking Big Ben coming UNTOUCHED off the edge in 2006 thanks to Willie Parker missing a block. Hasn't done shit since except act like a dumbass.

Overrated bum. You're not worth Hines' time or anyone's time for that matter.

NYC SteelersFan
12-14-2008, 07:34 PM
Scott is by far he most overrated LB in the NFL, his game doesn't match his mouth

Speaking of overrated, where would Ray Lewis be had he not stabbed someone and got away with it and if he didn't have that nifty pregame dance?

NV STEELERS 723
12-14-2008, 07:35 PM
suk it Baltimore !

Pentheon
12-14-2008, 07:42 PM
Haha, way to answer the quietest game of your career Hines Ward :flap:.


~Btw nice sig pentheon.

thanks to Steel Duck :thumbsup:

same to yours, looks good

stlrtruck
12-14-2008, 08:50 PM
Thing is late, in the game Ward had a chance to jack up Ray Lewis but he backed off.

I believe it was the play that Nate took the ball inside the 20.

T.Richardson
12-14-2008, 08:53 PM
Wasnt it Suggs who had that bounty?

HometownGal
12-14-2008, 09:02 PM
Here ya go you pompous, overrated, big yapped piece of shit . . . have a drink on me.

http://www.forumammo.com/cpg/albums/userpics/10063/stfu-absolut.png

tony hipchest
12-14-2008, 09:13 PM
screw them seasme street clowns-

http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q23/shortyshane_2006/Badbart.jpg

Bad Bart is a cowboy who appears in a series of Old West sketches on Sesame Street. He seems angry and mean, but he always turns out to be harmless. He first appeared in Season 5.




wow. just like bart scott. he first appeared in season 5, only to never be seen again.

dumbass.

LambertIsGod58
12-14-2008, 09:15 PM
Speaking of overrated, where would Ray Lewis be had he not stabbed someone and got away with it and if he didn't have that nifty pregame dance?

Ray was never charged with stabbing or murdering anyone.

LambertIsGod58
12-14-2008, 09:18 PM
As far as Bart Scott goes, I always thought his success was more so feeding off of Ray Lewis and Adalius Thomas, before he went to NE.

tony hipchest
12-14-2008, 09:23 PM
Ray was never charged with stabbing or murdering anyone.


:rolleyes:

thank you, johnny cochran.

HometownGal
12-14-2008, 09:25 PM
Ray was never charged with stabbing or murdering anyone.

I think your memory may need a jump-start there, Lambert! :wink02: That letch plea bargained his way out of a lifetime of breaking rocks. Dirty, rotten SOB.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/news/19/06/04/lewis_agreement/

Lewis murder charges dropped

Ravens star accepts misdemeanor charge, will testify

The prosecution's case against Lewis suffered setbacks when key witnesses provided conflicting testimony. AP

ATLANTA (CNNSI.com) -- A judge Monday approved a deal allowing Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to avoid murder charges and jail time by pleading guilty to a misdemeanor and testifying against two co-defendants.

Lewis pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and Superior Court Judge Alice D. Bonner sentenced Lewis to 12 months' probation, the maximum sentence for a first-time offender. Under the terms of the sentence, Lewis can not use drugs or alcohol during the duration of the probation.

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard refused to say how the plea agreement was brokered but said his office made the right decision to prosecute Lewis.

"A trial is an instrument to reach the truth, and I think that in many respects it has been shielded," Howard said. "We are continuing to try to bring the truth forward."

The prosecution waived any further charges against Lewis.

"It's a good day for Ray," defense attorney Don Samuel said he entered the courthouse for the day's court session.

Lewis walked into court Monday morning tossing the yellow tennis ball he has clutched throughout the first two weeks of testimony.

Samuel said Lewis will testify against his co-defendants as part of the deal, which also calls for aggravated assault charges against the linebacker to be dropped.

But the lawyer said Lewis' testimony won't be "devastating" to Sweeting and Oakley. He said Lewis never saw a knife during the fight.

Lewis is expected to testify Tuesday. Bonner sent the jurors home Monday morning, but defense attorneys asked her not to tell them about the plea.

On Sunday, Lewis' lawyers plea bargained for a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice and Lewis will testify as the prosecution continues its case against co-defendants Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting.

Prosecutors presented little proof that the Baltimore Ravens linebacker assaulted anyone during a Jan. 31 street fight that left two men dead.

"It seems like the prosecution is starting to run out of gas, and it doesn't seem like they had much in the tank in the first place," said Irwin R. Kramer, a defense attorney from suburban Baltimore who is following the case.

Without much direct evidence linking Lewis to the stabbings of Richard Lollar and Jacinth Baker, prosecutors are trying to convince the jury that Lewis participated in a conspiracy to cover up the crime.

But that's not what he is charged with. Lewis and two friends, Sweeting and Oakley, are facing only the more serious charges of murder, felony murder and aggravated assault.

"There's no evidence of guilt here," said Samuel. "So all of the post-conduct circumstances are irrelevant."

Lewis has a four-year, $26 million contract with the Ravens and is one of the NFL's best defensive players. The team said Monday he will be welcome to rejoin the club at a voluntary minicamp next week.

Sports Illustrated's Peter King reported Monday that the NFL likely will fine Lewis, but he will not be suspended based on the fact that Lewis was innocent of charges of murder, despite pleading guilty to obstruction of justice.

Defense attorney Ed Garland said he and Lewis discussed the plea agreement thoroughly and went over his testimony before going to court.

"He said a prayer with me about his duties and his responsibilities and what he was doing and he was happy to go forward and let the truth -- all of it -- come out," he said.

Garland said Lewis' only crime was to tell his companions after the brawl that led to the deaths, "Keep your mouth shut," and giving an incomplete statement to police.

"He fully acknowledges his responsibility for those acts," Garland told Bonner after the plea was entered.

Lewis' defense attorneys admit that the NFL star gave a misleading statement to police on the morning after the killings, but there has been other testimony that suggests Lewis participated in some kind of cover-up:

Duane Fassett, the driver of Lewis' rented limousine, reluctantly admitted on the stand that after the brawl Lewis told everyone in the stretch Lincoln Navigator to "just keep your mouth shut and don't say nothing."

Evelyn Sparks, who was riding in the limousine, said she saw another passenger dump a white hotel laundry bag into a garbage bin outside a fast food restaurant. Prosecutors say the bag contained Lewis' bloodstained white suit, which has never been found.

Sparks also said a photograph of Lewis' entourage, taken at the Cobalt Lounge on the night of the killings, was destroyed by Jessica Robertson, a woman described as Lewis' girlfriend. "She said she burned it," Sparks testified.
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All this can be used as circumstantial evidence of guilt. But it's more effective when combined with more solid evidence, Kramer said.

"What they have to do is produce evidence that Ray Lewis was involved in the fight that led to these deaths," Kramer said. "Without additional evidence, one has to question the strength of the prosecution's case."

Bonner also will have to weigh whether dismissing charges against one or more defendants will signal to the jurors that she considers the remaining ones to be guilty, Kramer said.

It has been a difficult two weeks for Howard, who at times has shown exasperation at witnesses who change their testimony on the stand and at a judge who sustains most objections made by the defense. But he says he is not discouraged.

"When you fight for justice and what you think is right ... you can't be dissuaded or frustrated," Howard said.

Howard will try to finish his case Monday or early Tuesday after calling forensics experts and medical examiners. He also would like to put the limousine driver back on the stand, but Fassett is fighting the second subpoena in Maryland.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

NYC SteelersFan
12-14-2008, 09:30 PM
Ray was never charged with stabbing or murdering anyone.

Neither was OJ Simpson my friend. :chuckle:

Dino 6 Rings
12-14-2008, 09:31 PM
We need the video of Willie breaking the Lewis tackle in the hole.

That was a great play by Parker. Lewis meets him right in the hole and Willie breaks the arm tackle.

NoFieldFive
12-14-2008, 09:36 PM
Ray was never charged with stabbing or murdering anyone.


when the hommies don't snitch no one gets charged

LambertIsGod58
12-14-2008, 10:06 PM
I think your memory may need a jump-start there, Lambert! :wink02: That letch plea bargained his way out of a lifetime of breaking rocks. Dirty, rotten SOB.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/news/19/06/04/lewis_agreement/

Lewis murder charges dropped

Ravens star accepts misdemeanor charge, will testify



The prosecution's case against Lewis suffered setbacks when key witnesses provided conflicting testimony. AP

ATLANTA (CNNSI.com) -- A judge Monday approved a deal allowing Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to avoid murder charges and jail time by pleading guilty to a misdemeanor and testifying against two co-defendants.

Lewis pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and Superior Court Judge Alice D. Bonner sentenced Lewis to 12 months' probation, the maximum sentence for a first-time offender. Under the terms of the sentence, Lewis can not use drugs or alcohol during the duration of the probation.

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard refused to say how the plea agreement was brokered but said his office made the right decision to prosecute Lewis.

"A trial is an instrument to reach the truth, and I think that in many respects it has been shielded," Howard said. "We are continuing to try to bring the truth forward."

The prosecution waived any further charges against Lewis.

"It's a good day for Ray," defense attorney Don Samuel said he entered the courthouse for the day's court session.

Lewis walked into court Monday morning tossing the yellow tennis ball he has clutched throughout the first two weeks of testimony.

Samuel said Lewis will testify against his co-defendants as part of the deal, which also calls for aggravated assault charges against the linebacker to be dropped.

But the lawyer said Lewis' testimony won't be "devastating" to Sweeting and Oakley. He said Lewis never saw a knife during the fight.

Lewis is expected to testify Tuesday. Bonner sent the jurors home Monday morning, but defense attorneys asked her not to tell them about the plea.

On Sunday, Lewis' lawyers plea bargained for a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice and Lewis will testify as the prosecution continues its case against co-defendants Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting.

Prosecutors presented little proof that the Baltimore Ravens linebacker assaulted anyone during a Jan. 31 street fight that left two men dead.

"It seems like the prosecution is starting to run out of gas, and it doesn't seem like they had much in the tank in the first place," said Irwin R. Kramer, a defense attorney from suburban Baltimore who is following the case.

Without much direct evidence linking Lewis to the stabbings of Richard Lollar and Jacinth Baker, prosecutors are trying to convince the jury that Lewis participated in a conspiracy to cover up the crime.

But that's not what he is charged with. Lewis and two friends, Sweeting and Oakley, are facing only the more serious charges of murder, felony murder and aggravated assault.

"There's no evidence of guilt here," said Samuel. "So all of the post-conduct circumstances are irrelevant."

Lewis has a four-year, $26 million contract with the Ravens and is one of the NFL's best defensive players. The team said Monday he will be welcome to rejoin the club at a voluntary minicamp next week.

Sports Illustrated's Peter King reported Monday that the NFL likely will fine Lewis, but he will not be suspended based on the fact that Lewis was innocent of charges of murder, despite pleading guilty to obstruction of justice.

Defense attorney Ed Garland said he and Lewis discussed the plea agreement thoroughly and went over his testimony before going to court.

"He said a prayer with me about his duties and his responsibilities and what he was doing and he was happy to go forward and let the truth -- all of it -- come out," he said.

Garland said Lewis' only crime was to tell his companions after the brawl that led to the deaths, "Keep your mouth shut," and giving an incomplete statement to police.

"He fully acknowledges his responsibility for those acts," Garland told Bonner after the plea was entered.

Lewis' defense attorneys admit that the NFL star gave a misleading statement to police on the morning after the killings, but there has been other testimony that suggests Lewis participated in some kind of cover-up:

Duane Fassett, the driver of Lewis' rented limousine, reluctantly admitted on the stand that after the brawl Lewis told everyone in the stretch Lincoln Navigator to "just keep your mouth shut and don't say nothing."

Evelyn Sparks, who was riding in the limousine, said she saw another passenger dump a white hotel laundry bag into a garbage bin outside a fast food restaurant. Prosecutors say the bag contained Lewis' bloodstained white suit, which has never been found.

Sparks also said a photograph of Lewis' entourage, taken at the Cobalt Lounge on the night of the killings, was destroyed by Jessica Robertson, a woman described as Lewis' girlfriend. "She said she burned it," Sparks testified.
National Football League's


All this can be used as circumstantial evidence of guilt. But it's more effective when combined with more solid evidence, Kramer said.

"What they have to do is produce evidence that Ray Lewis was involved in the fight that led to these deaths," Kramer said. "Without additional evidence, one has to question the strength of the prosecution's case."

Bonner also will have to weigh whether dismissing charges against one or more defendants will signal to the jurors that she considers the remaining ones to be guilty, Kramer said.

It has been a difficult two weeks for Howard, who at times has shown exasperation at witnesses who change their testimony on the stand and at a judge who sustains most objections made by the defense. But he says he is not discouraged.

"When you fight for justice and what you think is right ... you can't be dissuaded or frustrated," Howard said.

Howard will try to finish his case Monday or early Tuesday after calling forensics experts and medical examiners. He also would like to put the limousine driver back on the stand, but Fassett is fighting the second subpoena in Maryland.

The Associated Press contributed to this report


was he charged? Yes or no?

LambertIsGod58
12-14-2008, 10:08 PM
when the hommies don't snitch no one gets charged


be that as it may....but unless I had something solid I wouldn't call anyone a murderer.

tony hipchest
12-14-2008, 10:21 PM
lol. i guess a dead stiff corpse isnt anything "solid"

LambertIsGod58
12-14-2008, 10:23 PM
lol. i guess a dead stiff corpse isnt anything "solid"

I don't think anyone is arguing that someone was murdered Tony. The person responsible is the issue. Was there any physical evidence on the victim that implicated Ray?

Steelers Since '75
12-14-2008, 10:25 PM
be that as it may....but unless I had something solid I wouldn't call anyone a murderer.

You sound like a troll more and more.. yet you are not... you shall be titled official King Steelers Pessimist... King SP :flap:

tony hipchest
12-14-2008, 10:29 PM
I don't think anyone is arguing that someone was murdered Tony. The person responsible is the issue. Was there any physical evidence on the victim that implicated Ray?


:rofl:

Borski
12-15-2008, 12:11 AM
You sound like a troll more and more.. yet you are not... you shall be titled official King Steelers Pessimist... King SP :flap:


Or just Jeremy

markymarc
12-15-2008, 06:25 AM
Bart Scott sucks big time. Hines Ward just does the right thing. He goes out on the field and does his talking with performance. You could tell in his eyes that he was not going to let us lose against the Rats.

STEEL-MAN
12-15-2008, 07:04 AM
They "98 Rock the Raven's radio Station" talk of Ward as a dirty player fact is the Ravens fear him!:applaudit:get over it Ravens you lost Period, your just not as good as you thought you were!

HometownGal
12-15-2008, 07:09 AM
was he charged? Yes or no?

See the title of the article above for that answer. :wink02: