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Old 05-15-2006, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default everybody bow your heads. d. flutie has decided...

....to retire. i think he should go into the hall of fame as a steeler
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:44 PM   #2
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Default Re: everybody bow your heads. d. flutie has decided...

Here's to hoping Brady doesn't have a mental breakdown. Hey guys, remember what he did at Boston College....*yawns*.
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Old 05-15-2006, 10:46 PM   #3
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Default Re: everybody bow your heads. d. flutie has decided...

why is this news? didnt he announce this a month ago?

Matt Cassel is better anyway.
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Old 05-15-2006, 10:49 PM   #4
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Matt Cassel is better anyway.
maybe. but can he dropkick an extra point at the whim of chris berman?

"rumblin', bumblin', stumblin'"
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:18 AM   #5
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Default Re: everybody bow your heads. d. flutie has decided...

I think this puts a massive dent in any aspirations the Patriots had of winning the SB this year.

Let the 'rebuilding' begin.......

I only hope we dont embarrass ourselves by letting the Dolphins win the division by too many games......

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>>>"My fondest memory of playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers was the twinkle in Arthur J. Rooney's eyes. When we pass the statue, we will be forever reminded of that twinkle." - Jack Lambert<<<

Double yawn.
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>>>"My fondest memory of playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers was the twinkle in Arthur J. Rooney's eyes. When we pass the statue, we will be forever reminded of that twinkle." - Jack Lambert<<<

Double yawn.
What the hell does that have to do with anythin? That's one hell of a lame ass comeback. I'm sorry you lose, please try again next time.

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>>>"My fondest memory of playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers was the twinkle in Arthur J. Rooney's eyes. When we pass the statue, we will be forever reminded of that twinkle." - Jack Lambert<<<

Double yawn.
Ah yes, proud NFL history. Something you wouldn't understand. I'm sorry that I insulted Doug Flutie of all people....lol. Do we also fantasize about "maneuvering" his stick?
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....to retire. i think he should go into the hall of fame as a steeler
I think he should too.
The Steelers and maybe two other teams are the only ones in the NFL/CFL Doug hasn't played for.
There are many happy lampshades in New England hoping to be sitting atop Mr. Flutie's head in the next few days.
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....to retire. i think he should go into the hall of fame as a steeler
about time this wached up so called QB retires, However he will be missed
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