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Old 09-28-2005, 09:16 AM   #21
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Im hoping this thread can get back to the original design behind it - the props given to Hines ward by a Patriots fan who can spot a player he would genuinely love to have on his side.

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That's fine and good, and was pretty much summed up in your original post...was the rest of the thread supposed to be all about you?

Then again, it's not your fault that some jackass had to hijack your thread, stating that the best player on our team was overrated...
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That's fine and good, and was pretty much summed up in your original post...was the rest of the thread supposed to be all about you?

Then again, it's not your fault that some jackass had to hijack your thread, stating that the best player on our team was overrated...
Nah,

Not about me Suit - what I was saying was that there was were plenty of threads that have, shall we say, a 'competitive' theme to them - I would have liked this one to stay as one where fans can offer props to a player on a rivals team.

That is all

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The Patriots didn't bother with swagger to start this NFL season; they went straight to defiant. Either you're one of them or you're about to get crushed.
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In that case, I've always liked Mike Vrabel, being a Buckeye and all...just wish we had room to keep him on the Steelers...
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Nice call Suit - he is another 'Warrior type' for sure.
He is going to be taking alot of the burden of 'defensive captain' this year it seems - there isnt a great deal of experience back there at the moment.

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In that case, I've always liked Mike Vrabel, being a Buckeye and all...just wish we had room to keep him on the Steelers...

Yeah he's had a great career with the Pats, too bad the Steelers couldn't make the best of him while they had the chance. Great player, glad to see him doing good...
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