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Old 02-03-2013, 09:54 PM   #211
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Ben could just as well be considered a criminal for what he possibly did, twice.

Why are there so many double standards olololol

What is done is done. Why hate when your own QB could be just as guilty for his crimes as Ray Lewis?
Because Ben is a pittsburgh steeler and therefore not guilty on all counts.
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:55 PM   #212
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Ben could just as well be considered a criminal for what he possibly did, twice.

Why are there so many double standards olololol

What is done is done. Why hate when your own QB could be just as guilty for his crimes as Ray Lewis?
Shouldn't you be posting on another site?
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:55 PM   #213
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Ben could just as well be considered a criminal for what he possibly did, twice.

Why are there so many double standards olololol

What is done is done. Why hate when your own QB could be just as guilty for his crimes as Ray Lewis?
and he shouldn't be in the nfl either.... if anyone who punches a clock for a living was involved in either of these incidents, they most likely would have done some prison time... but we allow athetes and politicians to have a pass on criminal activity
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:58 PM   #214
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and he shouldn't be in the nfl either.... if anyone who punches a clock for a living was involved in either of these incidents, they most likely would have done some prison time... but we allow athetes and politicians to have a pass on criminal activity
Ah, I like the reply
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stop crying about the "no-call" on the end zone pass.

The 49er also pushed off equally - he actually pushed the Raven to the ground with this hand-to-helmet. Simms was right this time - good (and rightfully) a "no-call"
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at least this season is finally over..let's hope the right team ends up winning Super Bowl XLVIII
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Shouldn't you be posting on another site?
Absolutely not. Just because I'm not double standard laying hater, doesn't mean I'm not a Steelers fan. Haha- I see no reason to hate Ray Lewis for things he may possibly be guilty for. If I did I would be laying a double standard down by refusing to see Bens possible crimes.

Either way- go Steelers!
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stop crying about the "no-call" on the end zone pass.

The 49er also pushed off equally - he actually pushed the Raven to the ground with this hand-to-helmet. Simms was right this time - good (and rightfully) a "no-call"
Agreed - tough way for the 49ers to lose but not scoring with 1st and goal was the 49ersa own fault
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stop crying about the "no-call" on the end zone pass.

The 49er also pushed off equally - he actually pushed the Raven to the ground with this hand-to-helmet. Simms was right this time - good (and rightfully) a "no-call"
Yup. The play calls leading up to that were brutal too.

"A bad set of calls at the goal line" - Dan Marino
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stop crying about the "no-call" on the end zone pass.

The 49er also pushed off equally - he actually pushed the Raven to the ground with this hand-to-helmet. Simms was right this time - good (and rightfully) a "no-call"
If it wasn't a penalty that more-than-likely decided the game I wouldn't be complaining about it.
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