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Old 02-12-2013, 01:02 AM   #71
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The thread was dying out. I had to think fast. Sure no one will ever take me seriously on this forum again but... well there's really no upside. I think it is time for a new username. I am thinking "SkipBayless69."

7 pages on a non-Roethlisberger topic is pretty good.
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Default Re: Mike Wallace vs Swann, Ward etc.

I'm pretty sure that most of you wanted Arians gone last year too... seems like he's doing pretty well as Coach of the Year. Most of the same ones who wanted him gone would prefer having him to Haley now.

Be careful what you ask for...
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I'm pretty sure that most of you wanted Arians gone last year too... seems like he's doing pretty well as Coach of the Year. Most of the same ones who wanted him gone would prefer having him to Haley now.

Be careful what you ask for...
I was the first one wanting Arians gone haha. I'm ecstatic he is no longer the co-ordinator. I could care less about his Colts making the playoffs. The Colts were outscored by their opponents last year and some how miraculously went 11-5. I guess it was the "Bettis," "RayRay," "Gipper" effect and the Colts were trying to win one for Pagano? I do know that the Colts had the 18th ranked offense.

Meanwhile, in Washington... Shanahan takes the second-best quarterback in the draft and has one of the most memorable regular seasons in NFL history (having to win their last 7 in a row to make the playoffs) and the 4th best NFL offense. Washington scored more points than the electric Packers' offense.

Chuck Pagano got 5.5 votes (good for second place). Give me a fucking break. Pagano didn't coach one game. 100% hype. John Harbaugh should have won the award.

Make it to the Superbowl with a quarterback who has started 7 career games and nearly pull out one of the greatest comebacks ever... sorry... Chuck Pagano had more cancer than you... maybe next year you'll get Leukemia and finally get the recognition you deserve.
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The thread was dying out. I had to think fast. Sure no one will ever take me seriously on this forum again but... well there's really no upside. I think it is time for a new username. I am thinking "SkipBayless69."

7 pages on a non-Roethlisberger topic is pretty good.
You weren't here last summer. Not only were the threads about Wallace 7-10 pages long, there was literally a new "Wallace thread" posted every two hours.

The topic of Wallace is (as the kids say) "played out."
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Yeah, but poking fun with irreverent humor is alway welcome. Woodson is a riot.
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Yeah, but poking fun with irreverent humor is alway welcome. Woodson is a riot.
Well I had a schtick all lined up (I registered SkipBayless69 as a username but it hasn't gone through yet - don't know if I can have two accounts on one email). I was going to say as SkipBayless69:

Mike Wallace is the Michael Jordan of the NFL! That is to say he is the single greatest player of his or any generation! If you disagree I will make this face at you...



You have been warned!
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Swann and Stallworth could catch "BB"S IN THE DARK"...Plus they ran over the middle and were blasted constantly and caught everything that came their way.They are a huge reason Bradshaw is in the HOF. Possibly the two greatest wide receivers to ever play together on one team. FWIW....Stallworth/Louis Lipps weren't too shabby either.
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Swann and Stallworth could catch "BB"S IN THE DARK"...Plus they ran over the middle and were blasted constantly and caught everything that came their way.They are a huge reason Bradshaw is in the HOF. Possibly the two greatest wide receivers to ever play together on one team. FWIW....Stallworth/Louis Lipps weren't too shabby either.
Best ever 2 WR combos: 1. Mike Wallace and Hines Ward. 2. Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens. 3. Randy Moss and Cris Carter. 4. Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne. 5. Rod Smith and Ed McCaffrey/Torrey Smith and Isaac Bruce/Herman Moore and Brett Perriman.
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Best ever 2 WR combos: 1. Mike Wallace and Hines Ward. 2. Jerry Rice and Terrell Owens. 3. Randy Moss and Cris Carter. 4. Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne. 5. Rod Smith and Ed McCaffrey/Torrey Smith and Isaac Bruce/Herman Moore and Brett Perriman.

Think these guys could have played in the days of before 'THE MEL BLOUNT RULE"...All I know is Stallworth and Swann have 4 rings each...."THEY WERE MONEY WHEN THE GAME WAS ON THE LINE"...Lynn's Swann's catches against Dallas in Super Bowl 10 were the stuff of legend, He and Stallworth both had a good game in Super Bowl 13 and John Boy saved the day in Super Bowl 14 against The Rams...THEY WERE MONEY WHEN IT COUNTED...WHEN THE GAME WAS ON THE LINE THEY WANTED THE BALL...And you want to compare Mike Wallace with these guys
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Think these guys could have played in the days of before 'THE MEL BLOUNT RULE"...All I know is Stallworth and Swann have 4 rings each...."THEY WERE MONEY WHEN THE GAME WAS ON THE LINE"...Lynn's Swann's catches against Dallas in Super Bowl 10 were the stuff of legend, He and Stallworth both had a good game in Super Bowl 13 and John Boy saved the day in Super Bowl 14 against The Rams...THEY WERE MONEY WHEN IT COUNTED...WHEN THE GAME WAS ON THE LINE THEY WANTED THE BALL...And you want to compare Mike Wallace with these guys
That sums it up right there. Rings to determine an individual's ability or status... it's not just for quarterbacks any more!

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John Stallworth had 11 catches in 4 Superbowls.

Mike Wallace had 9 catches in 1 Superbowl.

Mike Wallace>John Stallworth>Lynn Swann

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