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Old 10-25-2005, 09:58 PM   #51
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I actually thought Hines punching his injuried hip after scoring would be just as good as Rod Woodson rolling up his pant leg and pointing to his knee on the first play of the Super Bowl. Nothing would show Hines toughness more.

Damn I remember so vividly !! He defensed that pass to irvin and just pointed to it and shook his head !!! F'n classic man !!!
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Old 10-29-2005, 06:55 AM   #52
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Understood but whatever happened to handing the ball to the referee, returning to the sidelines and using the scoreboard as your "look at me I'm an idiot" response.

He does that for the most part, but when he gets a chance he has fun with it. T.O. lives here in Atlanta as does H.W. in the offseason, so I am sure they see and talk to each other during the offseason, and I read online that he and C.J. are good friends. C.J. told Hines that he needs a little work with the dance. Its all in good fun.
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:58 PM   #53
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Its funny how when Chad does it, you all say its childish, but when Ward does it, some of you say its just in fun..

At least some of you are consistent though
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Old 10-30-2005, 01:17 AM   #54
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I think the difference is Ward doesn't spend time during the week creating something to do on Sunday/Monday. Some players now go into such routines its no wonder Coughlin wants them there 15 minutes early. I think some of the dances are done cause players actually think they might never see the endzone again.
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I think the difference is Ward doesn't spend time during the week creating something to do on Sunday/Monday. Some players now go into such routines its no wonder Coughlin wants them there 15 minutes early. I think some of the dances are done cause players actually think they might never see the endzone again.
I have to agree. Some of these guys make up dances for every game. I think with Hines it was just him poking fun at it. He really doesn't do stuff like that any other time.
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Its funny how when Chad does it, you all say its childish, but when Ward does it, some of you say its just in fun..

At least some of you are consistent though
Its funny how you cant tell the dance between a showboat and a showboat being mocked.
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I will never forget the Hines Ward Riverdance...that was awesome....we were all rolling...the best part of the game...
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