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Old 10-18-2010, 12:37 AM   #11
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Cheap shots? People should realize this game is played with a reckless abandon and is as fast of a sport there is on foot. Harrison is doing nothing but playing vicious football at such a high speed.

His style goes back to the days of Jack Lambert and Dick Butkus but fans today are so used to the sissy league that is today's NFL that when someone hits hard, it's dirty. How can you play dirty in football when 11 guys are out to tear you apart?
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:58 AM   #12
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Cheap shots? People should realize this game is played with a reckless abandon and is as fast of a sport there is on foot. Harrison is doing nothing but playing vicious football at such a high speed.

His style goes back to the days of Jack Lambert and Dick Butkus but fans today are so used to the sissy league that is today's NFL that when someone hits hard, it's dirty. How can you play dirty in football when 11 guys are out to tear you apart?
Right on..........This is a hit or be hit game......Im tired of all the sissies trying to ruin the game......I am all about being safe, but too much neg talk surrounds this greatness.........Kinda suks.........go figure?.....

Anybody here Mike Ditka talkin bout it on Mike an M ike today.......He said the exact same thing........
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Old 10-18-2010, 10:35 AM   #13
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"earholed"

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Go watch soccer if you can't stand to watch the hits
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Old 10-20-2010, 02:34 AM   #14
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"earholed"

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Ha Ha ......Bart Scott said that in his pissed off interveiw today about the fines.....
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These next three weeks are going to be brutal If we pull into week 10 sitting at 8-1 or 7-2, that would be awesome.

Law Timmons, meet Chad Henne. Chad Henne, meet Law Timmons.
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Massquio lowers his head to harrison. Harrison was already airborne could not adjust, the wr lowers hs head to harrison. How is it that Harrison can control a missile like that?

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