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Old 12-01-2008, 12:49 AM   #1
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http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08336/931927-66.stm

I don't know if the guy is bluffing or not, but I guess he isn't. Damn, I think his low center of gravity saved him.
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Old 12-01-2008, 12:56 AM   #2
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Doesn't sound like he is bluffing.

DANG. He played like that HURT? ?
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Old 12-01-2008, 01:00 AM   #3
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Dang. What a monster!

Can we 'hurt' him again next week?

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Its a shame...Imagine what he could have done if he was healthy today...
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Fired-up nose tackle Casey Hampton -- angry about a defensive holding call against him two plays earlier -- busted up center Dan Koppen to sack Cassel on second-and-1 at the Steelers' 31 early in the third quarter to take the Patriots out of field-goal range. "Yeah, I was mad," the man they call Big Snack said. "After the sack, I told the ref, 'Hold that!' "


u tell casey.. no one can keep u away from ur food
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Fired-up nose tackle Casey Hampton -- angry about a defensive holding call against him two plays earlier -- busted up center Dan Koppen to sack Cassel on second-and-1 at the Steelers' 31 early in the third quarter to take the Patriots out of field-goal range. "Yeah, I was mad," the man they call Big Snack said. "After the sack, I told the ref, 'Hold that!' "


u tell casey.. no one can keep u away from ur food
Yeah, it was cool seeing casey getting a sack. especially after that penalty

But who the hell leaves Hampton 1 on 1 with the center? When I saw that I knew casey was gonna run him over
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Old 12-01-2008, 02:06 AM   #7
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Wow. Harrison is insane. He plays better hurt than a lot of guys in the league play healthy. Definitely should be Defensive MVP!!

And LOL at Casey Hampton. It was great seeing him fired up like that.
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I can't say enough about Harrison the man is a beast he plays hard on every down and is almost alway in the backfield on every play.
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I loved seeing Hampton splat all over that skinny little runt! That's gotta hurt!

And James Harrison......that man is simply amazing. Simply amazing.
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