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Old 05-01-2006, 06:30 PM   #11
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smack is fine, but it helps to actually have the player we got INVOLVED in the competition when you make the title of the thread as you did. I think that's what Suit's saying. Maybe.. probably.. yea. :)
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Old 05-01-2006, 06:33 PM   #12
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Now wait just a minute...I can't talk smack on MY TEAMS smack forum? You just got caught posting up smack that was wrong, and what's worse, was pro-Pats, anti-Steelers smack, which you basically are supposed to steer clear of, got called on it and....hey, wait...you tried to make it my fault that you were wrong...

Where have we seen THIS before?
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Old 05-01-2006, 06:34 PM   #13
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smack is fine, but it helps to actually have the player we got INVOLVED in the competition when you make the title of the thread as you did. I think that's what Suit's saying. Maybe.. probably.. yea. :)
Its not my fault he wasnt invited.

My teams WR won a receiving competition...your teams WR didnt even show up

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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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Old 05-01-2006, 06:34 PM   #14
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Hey no way.

Jackson killed all-comers in that catching competition - Holmes didnt even turn up.

You never know, in the neat future BB might well play Jackson at CB - so we can see how that footrace works out

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well if that was at the combine holmes couldve missed it cause he was sick with the flu. he did bother to turn in a 40 time of 4.34 though.

pats may need to use jackson at cb (especially if they get that dreaded matchup vs. the steelers in the playoffs). hell if t. brown can be a nickel back....
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Now wait just a minute...I can't talk smack on MY TEAMS smack forum? You just got caught posting up smack that was wrong, and what's worse, was pro-Pats, anti-Steelers smack, which you basically are supposed to steer clear of, got called on it and....hey, wait...you tried to make it my fault that you were wrong...

Where have we seen THIS before?
Thats pretty funny Suitanim.

Maybe I did you a disservice saying you didnt have a sense of humor!

Im a Pats fan - hence the pro-pats line.

This a Steeler blast furnace forum - hence the anti-Steelers line.

Nothing I am doing here is against forum rules so you should stop insinuating otherwise.

Nobody asked you onto this thread - its not related to you..do what you told everyone you were so good at...and stay away from my threads.

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"Stay away from your threads?"

Bwhahahahahahahahahahahaha!

First you diss a player from my favorite college team.

Then you do it on my teams board.

Then you are wrong.

Then you try to deflect it onto me.

Then you try it again.

Then you say, to ME, that nobody asked me onto this thread? YOU asked me onto this thread, and you were actually pretty efficient about it. You got my college team, my pro team, and my pro teams first round pick, and did it all in a few sentences. The fact that you were wrong is just gravy.
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I have absolutely nothing, NOTHING to do with your suspension. In fact, after I was warned, I avoided you as much as possible.
Liar.

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LITP,dude you sure are slipping.Holmes wan't even there.Maybe he wasn't invited...maybe he was and turned down the invitation.

We'll have a new score list after this season.It will read:

Super Bowl Rings:

Holmes 1
Jackson 0

BTW,good work with the pick.Both guys will be stars in the league.
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LITP,dude you sure are slipping.Holmes wan't even there.Maybe he wasn't invited...maybe he was and turned down the invitation.

We'll have a new score list after this season.It will read:

Super Bowl Rings:

Holmes 1
Jackson 0

BTW,good work with the pick.Both guys will be stars in the league.
Hey Roeth,

It was a shoddy piece of detective work for sure - I seen the link on a Pats forum and thought id post it here.

The stuff about not being invited....well that was some pretty desperate back tracking right there

I happen to agree that both guys should excel - it wasnt a 'deep' draft for WR's but those guys would have 1st round ratings most years I think.

Oh...and we'll see about that ring score early next year

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