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(ESPN)   Cris Carter admits he used to put bounties on players who were trying to injure him, which means the Saints are to be awarded three Super Bowls and Jonathan Vilma is automatically President   (espn.go.com) divider line 177
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2012-05-09 08:55:42 AM  
If football keeps admitting they have problems like this they run the risk of being turned it into a sport with rules and professionalism instead of giant money-making machine for the owners.
 
2012-05-09 09:25:40 AM  
Buying Randle McDaniel dinner to keep Rominowski from putting a run in Carter's stocking or rip his skirt hardly seems to warrant the "bounty" label.
 
2012-05-09 10:20:43 AM  
One player doing it is exactly the same as a system institutionalized by a team's coaches and GM.
 
2012-05-09 10:22:31 AM  

generalDisdain: Buying Randle McDaniel dinner to keep Rominowski from putting a run in Carter's stocking or rip his skirt hardly seems to warrant the "bounty" label.


Romanowski's a certified psycho. I could see why Carter would put a price on his head.
 
2012-05-09 10:23:54 AM  

Rwa2play: generalDisdain: Buying Randle McDaniel dinner to keep Rominowski from putting a run in Carter's stocking or rip his skirt hardly seems to warrant the "bounty" label.

Romanowski's a certified psycho. I could see why Carter would put a price on his head.


Yeah...on one hand, Carter is really kind of a punk. On the other hand, Romanowski is a piece of human sewage, so I'd have to side with Carter on something like this.
 
2012-05-09 10:26:52 AM  
Carter is a liar.

And he tried to sign up for it even before he was old enough to do it.

"I doctored up my birth certificate when I was seven years old. They told me to come back in a year," Carter said. "I was born to play the game. A lot of us were born to play the game. Make the game safer, because there's a lot of other kids who are born to play the game, also."


WTF is this shiat.
 
2012-05-09 10:27:29 AM  
Your headline sucks, subby, which means your mom's a whore, I'm president, and herpa derpa derrpa.
 
2012-05-09 10:30:42 AM  

rjakobi: Your headline sucks, subby, which means your mom's a whore, I'm president, and herpa derpa derrpa.


I lol'd.
 
2012-05-09 10:33:12 AM  

rjakobi: Your headline sucks, subby, which means your mom's a whore, I'm president, and herpa derpa derrpa.


This.

Also, who wouldn't want to put a counter bounty on Romanowski? That guy was a steroid raging d-bag.
 
2012-05-09 10:33:58 AM  
I hear President Vilma will tackle all the important issues first. Not only tackle, but just wipe 'em out completely!

/ba dum tsh
//Saints fan
///Couldn't resist
 
2012-05-09 10:34:23 AM  
I'd say the NFL should punish the Vikings somehow, but they've done enough to themselves for it to all even out.
 
2012-05-09 10:38:36 AM  
Chris Carter trying to become the Jose Conseco of football... and I am ok with this
 
2012-05-09 10:47:07 AM  

TDWCom29: One player doing it is exactly the same as a system institutionalized by a team's coaches and GM.

 
2012-05-09 10:52:52 AM  
Jonathan Vilma is automatically President

And Barack Obama must compete in the Gumball 3000 in a Ford Ranger in Hello Kitty livery.
 
2012-05-09 10:55:22 AM  
Seamy underbelly is seamy.

Considering the biggest complainers about the Saints bounty system are Vikings fans, this is an incredibly odd time for former Viking Cris Carter to make these statements.
 
2012-05-09 10:56:07 AM  
As a Vikings fan... I feel I should weigh in. While I understand Carter's viewpoint and his motivations... what is he trying to help? As p the boiler said he really is starting to sound like JC. Sadly (given my age), with Randy going off the deep end, Carter as my only Viking legend to fondly remember having watched "back in the day."

If his motive for "coming out" was to provide some perspective to the NFL on why they should be lenient on the players they suspended, well... I understand why you might think you're helping, but you're not.

This reeks of "we did it way back when football was tough so what are you complaining about?"
 
2012-05-09 10:56:47 AM  
YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH! Fans, we work in a league that has stars, and those stars have to be protected by men with pads. Who's gonna do it? You? You, Adam Schefter? We have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for Junior Seau and you curse the Saints. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what we know: that Seau's death, while tragic, probably saved lives. And our existence, while extortionist and hypocritical to you, saves lives.You don't want the truth because we're the only thing you talk about at parties. You want us concussing eachother, you need us concussing eachother. We use words like honor, brotherhood, loyalty...we use these words as code of silence in locker rooms and a waiver of obligation to former players. You use 'em as a punchline. We have neither the time nor the inclination to explain a multi-billion dollar juggernaut to fans who draw breath solely to consume our product, AND THEN QUESTIONS THE MANNER IN WHICH WE PRODUCE IT. We'd rather you just said thank you and continued to buy. Otherwise, we suggest you turn off the TV, and spend Sunday in a hammock. Either way, we don't give a damn what you think you're entitled to!
 
2012-05-09 10:57:29 AM  

Slow To Return: Seamy underbelly is seamy.

Considering the biggest complainers about the Saints bounty system are Vikings fans, this is an incredibly odd time for former Viking Cris Carter to make these statements.


Eh. I've never used the bounties as a crutch for losing that game. If the line protects BF, the bounties are pointless. It's their job to protect the QB from injury, intended or not.
 
2012-05-09 10:57:36 AM  
Did you hear that whoosh? That was Carter's HOF chances going away.

/would vote CC into the HOF.
 
2012-05-09 11:01:51 AM  

justtray: TDWCom29: One player doing it is exactly the same as a system institutionalized by a team's coaches and GM.


It actually was interesting to hear Cris Carter mention "Bill Parcels". He didn't expand further, so I'm left wondering what exactly did he mean by that?
 
2012-05-09 11:03:26 AM  

Rhypskallion: Did you hear that whoosh? That was Carter's HOF chances going away.

/would vote CC into the HOF.


I doubt this affects his HOF chances. HOF voters aren't ignorant morons like the unwashed masses of America. They already know what goes on between the lines.
 
2012-05-09 11:04:01 AM  
NEWSFLASH!!! For a "bounty system" that implies that players were paid bounties for taking out players. None of this happened. You're all just repeating garbage you heard from someone else with your fake outrage. Sound like a bunch of Roger Goodell "holier than thou" types. Albert Haynesworth and Ndamakong Suh provided true "reckless behavior towards safety of the game and players" and they all got LESS FLACK than this "non-existent" bounty program.

WHO DAT

Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.
 
2012-05-09 11:09:33 AM  

This Looks Fun: Slow To Return: Seamy underbelly is seamy.

Considering the biggest complainers about the Saints bounty system are Vikings fans, this is an incredibly odd time for former Viking Cris Carter to make these statements.

Eh. I've never used the bounties as a crutch for losing that game. If the line protects BF, the bounties are pointless. It's their job to protect the QB from injury, intended or not.


I'll rephrase that to be "Considering that those who can best make the case that they were the most affected by the Saints bounty system are the Vikings and their fans"
 
2012-05-09 11:10:19 AM  

PunchDrunkPanda: YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH! Fans, we work in a league that has stars, and those stars have to be protected by men with pads. Who's gonna do it? You? You, Adam Schefter? We have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for Junior Seau and you curse the Saints. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what we know: that Seau's death, while tragic, probably saved lives. And our existence, while extortionist and hypocritical to you, saves lives.You don't want the truth because we're the only thing you talk about at parties. You want us concussing eachother, you need us concussing eachother. We use words like honor, brotherhood, loyalty...we use these words as code of silence in locker rooms and a waiver of obligation to former players. You use 'em as a punchline. We have neither the time nor the inclination to explain a multi-billion dollar juggernaut to fans who draw breath solely to consume our product, AND THEN QUESTIONS THE MANNER IN WHICH WE PRODUCE IT. We'd rather you just said thank you and continued to buy. Otherwise, we suggest you turn off the TV, and spend Sunday in a hammock. Either way, we don't give a damn what you think you're entitled to!


i278.photobucket.com
 
2012-05-09 11:13:26 AM  

Fark U: NEWSFLASH!!! For a "bounty system" that implies that players were paid bounties for taking out players. None of this happened. You're all just repeating garbage you heard from someone else with your fake outrage. Sound like a bunch of Roger Goodell "holier than thou" types. Albert Haynesworth and Ndamakong Suh provided true "reckless behavior towards safety of the game and players" and they all got LESS FLACK than this "non-existent" bounty program.

WHO DAT

Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.


It's not the 87 fumbles that cost them the game, it's the cheaters!
It's Gary Anderson's fault they missed the SB in 1999, not the fault of the defense that shiat their pants in the minutes after the kick!

Don't ever change, Vikings fans.

/not a NOLA, the Bounty Hunters fan
 
2012-05-09 11:24:38 AM  

Fark U: Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.


For all of the whining Vikings fans, they conveniently forget one fact. The Vikings still could have won that game in Regulation. They were in FG range with a tie score in the last minute, and just needed to set that up. BUUUUUUT NOOOOO! Brett Favre couldn't stand for anybody else to be the hero, and threw a bad pass across his body to the middle of the field, and it got picked. Not only did every moron feel sorry for poor ol' Brett Favre, the NFL actually changed the overtime rules over all of the butthurt.
 
2012-05-09 11:26:14 AM  

PunchDrunkPanda: YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH! Fans, we work in a league that has stars, and those stars have to be protected by men with pads. Who's gonna do it? You? You, Adam Schefter? We have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for Junior Seau and you curse the Saints. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what we know: that Seau's death, while tragic, probably saved lives. And our existence, while extortionist and hypocritical to you, saves lives.You don't want the truth because we're the only thing you talk about at parties. You want us concussing eachother, you need us concussing eachother. We use words like honor, brotherhood, loyalty...we use these words as code of silence in locker rooms and a waiver of obligation to former players. You use 'em as a punchline. We have neither the time nor the inclination to explain a multi-billion dollar juggernaut to fans who draw breath solely to consume our product, AND THEN QUESTIONS THE MANNER IN WHICH WE PRODUCE IT. We'd rather you just said thank you and continued to buy. Otherwise, we suggest you turn off the TV, and spend Sunday in a hammock. Either way, we don't give a damn what you think you're entitled to!


Bravo sir, good show
 
2012-05-09 11:27:57 AM  

regindyn: Fark U: NEWSFLASH!!! For a "bounty system" that implies that players were paid bounties for taking out players. None of this happened. You're all just repeating garbage you heard from someone else with your fake outrage. Sound like a bunch of Roger Goodell "holier than thou" types. Albert Haynesworth and Ndamakong Suh provided true "reckless behavior towards safety of the game and players" and they all got LESS FLACK than this "non-existent" bounty program.

WHO DAT

Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.

It's not the 87 fumbles that cost them the game, it's the cheaters!
It's Gary Anderson's fault they missed the SB in 1999, not the fault of the defense that shiat their pants in the minutes after the kick!

Don't ever change, Vikings fans.

/not a NOLA, the Bounty Hunters fan


Who made this argument, ANYWHERE?

Just curious. Seems like you're heavily deflecting the fact that this is an apples and oranges situation, and that EVERYONE outside of New Orleans believes that Superbowl Tainted. Has nothing to do with losing, and everything to do with cheating.

But you know, keep on being classy and defending institutional cheating and lying from the top down.
 
2012-05-09 11:30:23 AM  
I have to be a mindless sociopath because I like when players get hurt - as long as they aren't on my favorite team - because that means there is less of a chance of them scoring points against my favorite team.
 
2012-05-09 11:32:27 AM  
Dear Cris,

Thank you for giving more ammo to Saints fans to complain that everyone cheats, why are they being picked on.

Sincerely,
Me
 
2012-05-09 11:32:29 AM  

buckeyebrain: Fark U: Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.

For all of the whining Vikings fans, they conveniently forget one fact. The Vikings still could have won that game in Regulation. They were in FG range with a tie score in the last minute, and just needed to set that up. BUUUUUUT NOOOOO! Brett Favre couldn't stand for anybody else to be the hero, and threw a bad pass across his body to the middle of the field, and it got picked. Not only did every moron feel sorry for poor ol' Brett Favre, the NFL actually changed the overtime rules over all of the butthurt.


Was that the play that the NFL said should have been an illegal late hit? Just curious. I don't remember each incorrect call, there were so many. In fact, watching the ESPN clips of the game is hilarious. I've never seen them be so forward about eluding to a game appeared to be fixed by the refs. I wish I had watched it the day after the game and not 2 years later. Really cheered me up.

Can't see youtube here, but I believe THISLink is the link.
 
2012-05-09 11:34:47 AM  
Meanwhile, I just read four comments on an article complaining that Zac Rinaldo (of the Flyers) is hitting to hurt people. When the fark did my generation forget about the concept of hurt v. injured?
 
2012-05-09 11:36:54 AM  

regindyn: Fark U: Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.

It's not the 87 fumbles that cost them the game, it's the cheaters!
It's Gary Anderson's fault they missed the SB in 1999, not the fault of the defense that shiat their pants in the minutes after the kick!


On behalf of my kind, I was born and raised a Vikings fan and my dad and I never once blamed anyone but the Vikings for losing. Just like 1 bad punt doesn't make a bad punter, 1 missed field goal doesn't make a game. It would have been nice if he made the kick, but they still had an awesome shot at winning that they blew.

Same with the NO game. They had a shot to win, but Favre was injured (bounty or not, line should have protected the old man) and thought he could save the day by throwing in traffic across his body. That's what he does. He throws across his body in traffic. Fumbles McPeterson didn't help. It was a terrible game they still had a shot to win. They get all the credit for losing.
 
2012-05-09 11:42:46 AM  

This Looks Fun: As a Vikings fan... I feel I should weigh in. While I understand Carter's viewpoint and his motivations... what is he trying to help? As p the boiler said he really is starting to sound like JC. Sadly (given my age), with Randy going off the deep end, Carter as my only Viking legend to fondly remember having watched "back in the day."

If his motive for "coming out" was to provide some perspective to the NFL on why they should be lenient on the players they suspended, well... I understand why you might think you're helping, but you're not.

This reeks of "we did it way back when football was tough so what are you complaining about?"


You'll always have Gary Anderson
 
2012-05-09 11:50:07 AM  
I have no problem with this. They are grown men destroying their bodies for our entertainment, I don't see a point in drawing arbitrary lines in the sand of what are or are not acceptable levels of violence in the game. I find it laughable that ESPN has to pretend so much that we should care. That's sports journalism for ya, though, I suppose.
 
2012-05-09 11:51:00 AM  

TDWCom29: One player doing it is exactly the same as a system institutionalized by a team's coaches and GM.


Exactly, when you are warned 3 times to stop and you don't its the same, some people want to defend anything.
 
2012-05-09 11:54:17 AM  
I don't quite get why people are calling the Saints teams "cheats".

I understand the issues with the bounty programs. They encourage dirty hitting, which is something the NFL cannot be seen as even tacitly supporting given the information out there on personal safety risks that they players already take. I get that it's also an issue of circumventing the cap... but...

What competitive advantage did the Saints gain from the program? I would think that spending extra time and energy to injure certain players would lead to more penalties, more missed assignments (players going after Favre when they should be trying to bat the ball down/chase the ballcarrier) and a higher risk of injury for the defense (both in terms of giving those hits and in terms of the blowback from opposing teams). Further, I don't think that anyone was really swayed to sign/stay with the Saints because they heard about that awesome bounty program that might get them a few extra thousand.

I can see where Spygate gave the Patriots a competitive advantage (and even that one was small). I don't see the competitive edge in the bounty program. Anyone care to enlighten me?
 
2012-05-09 11:57:44 AM  

regindyn: Fark U: NEWSFLASH!!! For a "bounty system" that implies that players were paid bounties for taking out players. None of this happened. You're all just repeating garbage you heard from someone else with your fake outrage. Sound like a bunch of Roger Goodell "holier than thou" types. Albert Haynesworth and Ndamakong Suh provided true "reckless behavior towards safety of the game and players" and they all got LESS FLACK than this "non-existent" bounty program.

WHO DAT

Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.

It's not the 87 fumbles that cost them the game, it's the cheaters!
It's Gary Anderson's fault they missed the SB in 1999, not the fault of the defense that shiat their pants in the minutes after the kick!

Don't ever change, Vikings fans.

/not a NOLA, the Bounty Hunters fan


As a Vikings fan, let me address your Weeners of all, it took a team effort to fark up the 98 NFC championship game. Sucky defense, Robert Smith continuing to run out of bounds when they were trying to run out the clock, and Dennis Green deciding to take a knee instead of giving one of the best offenses of all time a chance to win the game in regulation. The Anderson field goal gets so much focus because he hadn't missed a kick ALL FREAKIN YEAR up until that point.

Second, the Vikings dominated the NO game except for the fact that they couldn't stop turning the ball over. It also took a team effort to fark that one up (I'm sensing a theme here). Nobody could hold onto the ball, Childress decided to play it conservatively when they were driving for the winning score, 12 men in the huddle, and then the killer INT by Favre. No excuses for either game, they lost both fair and square.

That being said, it was pretty obvious while watching the game that the Saints D was going after Favre with the intent to injure. They took a few roughing the passer penalties and there were probably a few more that should have been called. I don't think it would have affected the outcome of the game. I'm sure the Vikings would have found another agonizing way to blow the game if they had the lead at that point.

/now I'm depressed
//at least we might get a new stadium soon
 
2012-05-09 11:59:59 AM  

redmid17: You'll always have Gary Anderson


This seems like a good-natured ribbing, but I'll bite anyway. I like Anderson. I dopn't blame him for the loss. He had a decent career with the Vikings.

The only kicker who can define an entire career by one kick is Ray Finkle. Similarly, the only kicker (I can think of) who has single-handedly lost a game is this guy right here (pops).
 
2012-05-09 12:01:49 PM  
tommylikewingy:

As a Vikings fan, let me address your Weeners of all,


pwned by the filter
 
2012-05-09 12:03:22 PM  

justtray: Can't see youtube here, but I believe THISLink is the link.


Youtube is littered with videos posted by butthurt fans, LOL
 
2012-05-09 12:21:32 PM  

lacydog: I don't quite get why people are calling the Saints teams "cheats".

I understand the issues with the bounty programs. They encourage dirty hitting, which is something the NFL cannot be seen as even tacitly supporting given the information out there on personal safety risks that they players already take. I get that it's also an issue of circumventing the cap... but...

What competitive advantage did the Saints gain from the program? I would think that spending extra time and energy to injure certain players would lead to more penalties, more missed assignments (players going after Favre when they should be trying to bat the ball down/chase the ballcarrier) and a higher risk of injury for the defense (both in terms of giving those hits and in terms of the blowback from opposing teams). Further, I don't think that anyone was really swayed to sign/stay with the Saints because they heard about that awesome bounty program that might get them a few extra thousand.

I can see where Spygate gave the Patriots a competitive advantage (and even that one was small). I don't see the competitive edge in the bounty program. Anyone care to enlighten me?


Because its illegal to offer extra pay. Also the fact they were warned not once, not twice, but three times to knock it the fark off and then decided to tell the NFL that they would do what they wanted.

Illegal hits have always been bad but with the lawsuits it was the perfect storm for the NFL to come down hard on them and this also sets them up to point at the NFLPA and say "we are trying to fix the problem and their union fights us". Its a brilliant strategy and may save the NFL from having to pay millions in those lawsuits.
 
2012-05-09 12:22:58 PM  
Bill Romanowski -- he told me he was going to take me out before the game, warm-ups. No problem. (He said,) 'I'm gonna end your career, Carter.' No problem. "I put a little change on his head before the game. Protect myself. Protect my family. That's the league that I grew up in," Carter said

Carter clarified his comments Wednesday morning in an appearance on ESPN's "SportsCenter," emphasizing that there was no intent to injure an opponent -- as the NFL alleges was the case in the Saints' "pay for pain" system. Carter acknowledged that using the term "bounty" may have been a poor choice of words on his part.

self-de·fense: the act of defending oneself, one's property, or a close relative


Now let's talk about Jared Allen going for Matt Shaub's legs. THAT is unacceptable bullshiat.
 
2012-05-09 12:24:40 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: Now let's talk about Jared Allen anyone going for Matt Shaubanyone else's legs. THAT is unacceptable bullshiat.


We agree.
 
2012-05-09 12:26:26 PM  

This Looks Fun: The only kicker who can define an entire career by one kick is Ray Finkle.


There's always Scott Norwood.
 
2012-05-09 12:27:24 PM  

lacydog: I don't quite get why people are calling the Saints teams "cheats".


Because they are "technically" cheating. Just like Carter admited to doing.

I, personally, could care less about that. I call the Saints dirty. Haven't liked them since the 09 thing because they were frickin DIRTY. I still remember 98 like it was yesterday, yet even after it happened I didn't lament about the Falcons. I lamented on the Saints because of the fact they were killing our QB with late hits that the refs refused to call.

Intending to injure and possibly end guys careers because it gives your team a better shot makes you a piece of shiat. Defending yourself FROM these people makes you smart.
 
2012-05-09 12:29:35 PM  

Misplaced yat: This Looks Fun: The only kicker who can define an entire career by one kick is Ray Finkle.

There's always Scott Norwood.


While that was heartbreaking for my Bill-friend fans, 47 yards is hardly the gimmie that Finkle had.
 
2012-05-09 12:32:59 PM  

tommylikewingy: tommylikewingy:

As a Vikings fan, let me address your Weeners of all,

pwned by the filter


It works just fine, I mean, weeners and vikings are often seen in the same sentence.
 
2012-05-09 12:43:40 PM  

buckeyebrain: Fark U: Only whiny ass viking fans are making a big deal of this, because they hate that their shiat team lost AGAIN. It has nothing to do with bounties lol. Stop crying, losers.

For all of the whining Vikings fans, they conveniently forget one fact. The Vikings still could have won that game in Regulation. They were in FG range with a tie score in the last minute, and just needed to set that up. BUUUUUUT NOOOOO! Brett Favre couldn't stand for anybody else to be the hero, and threw a bad pass across his body to the middle of the field, and it got picked. Not only did every moron feel sorry for poor ol' Brett Favre, the NFL actually changed the overtime rules over all of the butthurt.


That's not why the rule was changed. It was changed because the old rule sucked and people had been complaining about it for years.
 
2012-05-09 12:45:57 PM  

This Looks Fun: redmid17: You'll always have Gary Anderson

This seems like a good-natured ribbing, but I'll bite anyway. I like Anderson. I dopn't blame him for the loss. He had a decent career with the Vikings.

The only kicker who can define an entire career by one kick is Ray Finkle. Similarly, the only kicker (I can think of) who has single-handedly lost a game is this guy right here (pops).


It was a good-natured ribbing. Us Colts fans will always have Vandershank to keep our hearts fond.
 
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