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Old 09-17-2012, 05:20 PM   #1
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Default young $ crew should take a lesson from heath

Run your route, catch the ball, line up and do it again. Heath showed why he is one of myfavs this week. He made the tough catches look easy and didn't act like each first down catch was the super bowl game winning catch. I love how he just tosses the football back to the ref after he scores. To me that is the best end zone celebration.

This trying to be badass attitude the $ crew is doing lately is getting old. It's Wallace who started this crap last year and all it did was take him out of games. Show some class and be tough on the field like hines. Recievers like Wallace and brown are like santonio and burress who I couldn't stand by the time they left. I hate to see these young recievers follow in their footsteps.
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:25 PM   #2
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Run your route, catch the ball, line up and do it again. Heath showed why he is one of myfavs this week. He made the tough catches look easy and didn't act like each first down catch was the super bowl game winning catch. I love how he just tosses the football back to the ref after he scores. To me that is the best end zone celebration.

This trying to be badass attitude the $ crew is doing lately is getting old. It's Wallace who started this crap last year and all it did was take him out of games. Show some class and be tough on the field like hines. Recievers like Wallace and brown are like santonio and burress who I couldn't stand by the time they left. I hate to see these young recievers follow in their footsteps.
Sad you feel that way but to each his own. This $ crew you speak of adds much value to our team and for you to ostricize them says a lot about you. If we were all were cookie cutter, we would not be human.

You need to pipe down your seemingly racist rant.
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:26 PM   #3
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Default Re: young $ crew should take a lesson from heath

Cut em some slack, its not like Hines did not come up chippy at times, besides they are still young Heath is a little longer in the tooth and he is just conserving his strength.
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:30 PM   #4
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Run your route, catch the ball, line up and do it again. Heath showed why he is one of myfavs this week. He made the tough catches look easy and didn't act like each first down catch was the super bowl game winning catch. I love how he just tosses the football back to the ref after he scores. To me that is the best end zone celebration.

This trying to be badass attitude the $ crew is doing lately is getting old. It's Wallace who started this crap last year and all it did was take him out of games. Show some class and be tough on the field like hines. Recievers like Wallace and brown are like santonio and burress who I couldn't stand by the time they left. I hate to see these young recievers follow in their footsteps.
Heath = Harrison (do your job and go on to next play); Young $$ = Woodley/Foote (do your job/do your act/only then go on to next play)

I can do without the pantomime after a play but it is part of the performance art that goes with today's game - to each his own
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:31 PM   #5
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Lol racist? Sad you took it that way. Had nothing to do with appearance but their attitudes. That attitude has led other valuable recievers to be let go from this team. I'm all about being chippy, but back it up by your play not this after the whistle crap.

They are young and sometimes youth needs to be reined in by the elders. Thus the title of the thread. Sorry you took it as racist but what does that say about you?

Dan I guess that's why I like Harrison over woodley and heath over the young guys. To me that's steeler football. To me its a style of play that does its act or dance during the play not after. A sack dance is acceptable now and then because they don't happen often. But catching the ball and then acting like its a huge deal is kinda pathetic. These guys are acting like desean Jackson who I personally can't stand watching. When you start taunting the defense they win. You are now focused on them rather than your job and that levels the playing field.
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:32 PM   #6
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hines celebrated more than any of the young money crew after making first down catches, nobody seemed to care if he did.

if it fires up the team, I'm all about the celebrations. hines used to get this offense pumped. brown's intensity also seemed to lift the team.
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Lol racist? Sad you took it that way. Had nothing to do with appearance but their attitudes. That attitude has led other valuable recievers to be let go from this team. I'm all about being choppy, but back it up by your play not this after the whistle crap.

They are young and sometimes youth needs to be reined in by the elders. Thus the title of the thread. Sorry you took it as racist but what does that say about you?
I took it the way you presented it. I've been around a long time and the term young $ crew in the context you used, speaks volumes to me.
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I took it the way you presented it. I've been around a long time and the term young $ crew in the context you used, speaks volumes to me.
If you've been around as long as you say you have you'll know that's what they call themselves.
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I'm pretty sure when Wallace had that great TD catch he just walked up the sideline back to the bench. I didn't see him do much of anything, and it was probably the best catch in the entire NFL yesterday. As long as they don't draw celebration penalties or do something to delay a no-huddle offense, I don't see the issue. At the same time, I love the way Heath goes about his business too.
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If you've been around as long as you say you have you'll know that's what they call themselves.
I'm very familiar with that but I don't think you meant it the way they did. Young money, old money and large money are all positives according to them.
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