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2014-01-23 04:29:41 PM  
This is like rasslin' hype. The Broncos are the babyface and the Seahawks are the heel. Adds credibility to the theory that the NFL is a staged show, not a legitimate competition.
 
2014-01-23 04:29:50 PM  

stappawho: PluckYew: Who is going to be the 1st Seahawk fan to rage quit Fark because of all the negative Seahawk/Sherman greens?

It's not the Seahawks fans that are raging.


Also:  Aren't we quite the hypocrites as fans/media types when athletes give us the SOS when it comes to responding to reporters questions and some of us biatch about how boring they are.  Then someone like Sherman comes along and everybody's clutching their pearls and searching for the nearest couch to faint on beacuse "OMG~! HE SAID SOMETHING 'CONTROVERSIAL' OR 'OUTLANDISH'~!"

Maybe we need to stop feeding into this at either direction.
 
2014-01-23 04:31:28 PM  

uncoveror: This is like rasslin' hype. The Broncos are the babyface and the Seahawks are the heel. Adds credibility to the theory that the NFL is a staged show, not a legitimate competition.


See, now if the 'Hawks get into "Stone Cold" Steve Austin heel mode circa 1997-98, that might be awesome.
 
2014-01-23 04:31:30 PM  

The_Sponge: LessO2: Yet, we can count on all the Seahawk "faithful" to post dozens of times in this thread.

Already started.


Then why are you here?



For the lulz of course.

You and some others ought to try it.  Get outside once in awhile and stop taking sports so g-damned seriously.
 
2014-01-23 04:32:21 PM  

spiderpaz: Shame Us: AdmirableSnackbar: It wouldn't have been a jump ball if it had been thrown properly. The way it was thrown it was a jump ball at the front of the end zone. It was only because the ball was underthrown that Sherman was able to extend and deflect the pass. If it was deeper it's beyond his reach and Crabtree has a chance to make a back-corner catch while shielding Sherman off with his back. Kaep was consistently underthrowing his passes all game, severely so on the two picks.

Yu're assuming that had Kaep thrown the pass deeper into the endzone, Sherman would have played it exactly the same way? Crabtree would have too? If the ball is throw 5 yards deeper, the two guys aren't going to be playing for it the same way. Sherman wouldn't have leapt for the ball 5 yards short and Crabtree would have kept running toward the back of the endzone.

The fact is that Sherman doesn't give up the fade. They've tried a handful of times this season and the best outcome has been an incomplete pass. He has now tipped passes to his teammates twice on fades.

That play was entirely Kaep's fault.  Unless it's fourth down, it makes no sense trying to squeeze that pass in against a tall corner like Sherman.  He could have thrown it away, looked for another option, or just scrambled for 2 or 3 yards.  If he'd thrown it deeper, at least it may not have been at risk of being intercepted.  Good QB's thrown it where nobody but the receiver can catch it, even if it makes it harder to get to.

It's not his fault they lost though.  With someone that couldn't run like him, they would have never been able to get the opportunities they got.  His legs are what made it so possible to move the ball against Seattle.  It was a battle down to the wire because he brought an X factor that leveled the scale.  Manning's going to face some tighter coverage because they don't have to worry one iota about him scrambling.


This. Kaep made some amazing plays in that game. IIRC, I don't think he's ever run the ball that well against Seattle - even if you remove the huge 58-yarder. His TD pass to Boldin was a thing of beauty - also a huge risk considering where Thomas was on the play, but he made a throw that no QB has the right to make off of a scrambling back-foot gazelle hop. In the late 3rd-4th quarter though, the wheels came off. His rushes were being bottled up, his throws were off, his timing was off, his pocket presence was total crap, etc. How much of that was him and how much was the Seattle defense wearing him/his WR/his o-line down is up for debate.
 
2014-01-23 04:32:44 PM  

Shame Us: As a Seahawks fan, I wish he hadn't done it that way.


I'm glad he did because now I get to buy a "Don't You Ever Talk About Me" t-shirt at an outrageous price for a chance at some SB tix.

And if I win those AND the Seahawks win, good LORD I'm going to be obnoxious to the haters. I'll probably get perma-banned.
 
2014-01-23 04:35:30 PM  

LessO2: The_Sponge: LessO2: Yet, we can count on all the Seahawk "faithful" to post dozens of times in this thread.

Already started.


Then why are you here?


For the lulz of course.

You and some others ought to try it.  Get outside once in awhile and stop taking sports so g-damned seriously.


I love the people that think they're the only ones who lead productive lives and still manage to be on the internet during the day. Everyone else is a shut-in living on hot pockets and cheetos.
 
2014-01-23 04:35:34 PM  

IAmRight: Shame Us: As a Seahawks fan, I wish he hadn't done it that way.

I'm glad he did because now I get to buy a "Don't You Ever Talk About Me" t-shirt at an outrageous price for a chance at some SB tix.

And if I win those AND the Seahawks win, good LORD I'm

going to be obnoxious to the haters. I'll probably get perma-banned.

you've got to be kidding ... you have a higher gear than the one you're using?
 
2014-01-23 04:35:57 PM  

Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP


ongbok: Maybe if Crabtree hadn't shoved him in the face after he tried to shake his hand and congratulate him on a good game, he wouldn't have felt the need to tell the world how much of a mediocre receiver he is.


Maybe if they used La-Z-Boys instead of folding chairs Bobby Knight wouldnt have thrown them. Maybe if sand was a WMD Bush would have been 100% justified in farking up Iraq. Maybe if Grandma watched ESPN she'd give up her daytime story shows. You just never can tell.
 
2014-01-23 04:36:07 PM  
Still haven't topped Ron Artest, Sherman.  If you don't knock out a Broncos fan next week, no one will respect you.

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2014-01-23 04:36:56 PM  

stappawho: WhyKnot: stappawho: spiderpaz: get in a reporters face and scream at her to the point that she is visibly afraid.

Ok, whatever you say.

I certainly have been a proponent that his antics were "thuggish" in that interview...but she was not afraid...she was taken back by how emotional and angry he seemed to be...but she wasn't 'afraid', let along 'visibly afraid'.

There was a perfectly human reaction to someone shouting 5 inches from your face.

"You expect these guys to play like maniacs and animals for 60 minutes," Erin Andrews told USA TODAY "And then 90 seconds after he makes a career-defining, game-changing play, I'm gonna be mad because he's not giving me a cliché answer, 'That's what Seahawks football is all about and that's what we came to do and we practice for those situations.' No you don't. That was awesome. That was so awesome. And I loved it."


absolutely agree.
 
2014-01-23 04:37:25 PM  

Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP


YOU ARE NOT THE BABY JESUS BUNNY! PEYTON MANNING IS! WE ALL KNOW IT!
 
2014-01-23 04:38:11 PM  

mikaloyd: Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP

ongbok: Maybe if Crabtree hadn't shoved him in the face after he tried to shake his hand and congratulate him on a good game, he wouldn't have felt the need to tell the world how much of a mediocre receiver he is.

Maybe if they used La-Z-Boys instead of folding chairs Bobby Knight wouldnt have thrown them. Maybe if sand was a WMD Bush would have been 100% justified in farking up Iraq. Maybe if Grandma watched ESPN she'd give up her daytime story shows. You just never can tell.


Yeah, but I going to say that Crabtree's own actions less than 2 minutes before the interview led to him being called out.
 
2014-01-23 04:39:24 PM  

IAmRight: And if I win those AND the Seahawks win, good LORD I'm going to be obnoxious to the haters. I'll probably get perma-banned.



with as thin-skinned as SEA has been over the last 3-4 years, you'll (SEA fan, not "you" IAmRight) be insufferable either way.  if you win, you won't STFU about it.  if you lose, you'll spend the nest year pissing your panties about That One Call that blew the game.

the only possible scenario in which you won't be insufferable is a 48-9 beatdown, in which case you'll have no room to talk.  but of course that won't happen.
 
2014-01-23 04:40:31 PM  

ongbok: mikaloyd: Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP

ongbok: Maybe if Crabtree hadn't shoved him in the face after he tried to shake his hand and congratulate him on a good game, he wouldn't have felt the need to tell the world how much of a mediocre receiver he is.

Maybe if they used La-Z-Boys instead of folding chairs Bobby Knight wouldnt have thrown them. Maybe if sand was a WMD Bush would have been 100% justified in farking up Iraq. Maybe if Grandma watched ESPN she'd give up her daytime story shows. You just never can tell.

Yeah, but I going to say that Crabtree's own actions less than 2 minutes before the interview led to him being called out.


But Sherman should have done the more accepted thing and waited until he could tweet his comments.

It's honestly mind-boggling to me that if he had said the same exact thing via tweet 20 minutes after the game, this story would have probably been one greenlit headline with 100 comments and then it'd be over.
 
2014-01-23 04:43:29 PM  

ongbok: Yeah, but I going to say that Crabtree's own actions less than 2 minutes before the interview led to him being called out.


Douches often get screamed at by other douches. Its the circle of douche. Nobody is calling Crabtree a hero or victim here
 
2014-01-23 04:44:12 PM  

IAmRight: Shame Us: The expectations of how a guy coming off of an Achilles tear would open up the offense were way too high

The amount his impact was overstated was ridiculous, as well.

49ers offense without Crabtree: 24.91 points/game
49ers offense with Crabtree: 24.38 points/game

WHOA WHAT A HUGE WEAPON!


If the Vikings had those extra .53 points against the Packers, the Bears would have made the playoffs. :)
 
2014-01-23 04:45:22 PM  

spiderpaz: you've got to be kidding ... you have a higher gear than the one you're using?


Thus far I've mostly stuck to defending my player and pointing out when people are clearly going over the line with their racism, and the smack about Crabtree has had a hint of joking to it.

If we win and b*tches STILL want to talk sh*t? Oh, I've been downright civil to this point.

JohnBigBootay: IAmRight: Darn, I had an idea, but Tyree's first Super Bowl catch was his sixth (four regular season, one postseason).

If harvin makes some amazing drive-extending miracle catch the 'guy with less than ten catches making a huge play' will definitely become a thing in future super bowls.


Actually, we forgot another obvious one: Mike Vrabel - though in both the years where he caught SB TDs, he had a couple TDs in the regular season, too. Less than 5, though.

/Fridge could count but that was a run
//Vrabel: 12 career receptions for 17 yards and 12 TDs
 
2014-01-23 04:46:00 PM  

ongbok: mikaloyd: Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP

ongbok: Maybe if Crabtree hadn't shoved him in the face after he tried to shake his hand and congratulate him on a good game, he wouldn't have felt the need to tell the world how much of a mediocre receiver he is.

Maybe if they used La-Z-Boys instead of folding chairs Bobby Knight wouldnt have thrown them. Maybe if sand was a WMD Bush would have been 100% justified in farking up Iraq. Maybe if Grandma watched ESPN she'd give up her daytime story shows. You just never can tell.

Yeah, but I going to say that Crabtree's own actions less than 2 minutes before the interview led to him being called out.


I find it funny that people are blaming Crabtree...dude, if someone has been giving you the business all game, all week, they make a great play that ends your season...you are walking away back to your sideline and then that same person has obviously sought you out and said, "great game, great game", as sincere as Sherman may have been (which he likely was as I think he actually is a nice guy, just a fierce competitor), it is perfectly reasonable for Crabtree to think otherwise.

But don't let that stop your blaming Crabtree for a face shove while excusing Sherman yelling on national TV (because he was emotional after all).
 
2014-01-23 04:46:04 PM  

skrame: If the Vikings had those extra .53 points against the Packers, the Bears would have made the playoffs. :)


Well, they actually got .53 points worse with Crabtree.
 
2014-01-23 04:46:36 PM  
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doesn't erin andrews look 50 years old?  i said recently she looks like she aged 10 years in 5.  maybe it just the lighting or something, but......she looks way older there than she did maybe 1-2 years ago.
 
2014-01-23 04:47:46 PM  

Shame Us: This. Kaep made some amazing plays in that game. IIRC, I don't think he's ever run the ball that well against Seattle - even if you remove the huge 58-yarder. His TD pass to Boldin was a thing of beauty - also a huge risk considering where Thomas was on the play, but he made a throw that no QB has the right to make off of a scrambling back-foot gazelle hop. In the late 3rd-4th quarter though, the wheels came off. His rushes were being bottled up, his throws were off, his timing was off, his pocket presence was total crap, etc. How much of that was him and how much was the Seattle defense wearing him/his WR/his o-line down is up for debate.


Kaep was playing from behind.  When that happens, or when he feels the game is his to win or lose, he holds the ball longer and tries to go for long kill plays.  That's what led to his fumble.  He also tends to make poor throws and gets snookered easily because he panics, leading to his two picks.
 
2014-01-23 04:48:09 PM  

WhyKnot: if someone has been giving you the business all game, all week


Crabtree was the only one that said anything all week, saying "no, I don't think so" when someone asked him if Sherman was the best CB in the game.

/which admittedly isn't much
//have no problem with Crabtree pushing him
///have no problem with Sherman responding by calling him out
////do have a problem with people outraged that a beef was made public
 
2014-01-23 04:48:47 PM  

Shame Us: LessO2: The_Sponge: LessO2: Yet, we can count on all the Seahawk "faithful" to post dozens of times in this thread.

Already started.


Then why are you here?


For the lulz of course.

You and some others ought to try it.  Get outside once in awhile and stop taking sports so g-damned seriously.

I love the people that think they're the only ones who lead productive lives and still manage to be on the internet during the day. Everyone else is a shut-in living on hot pockets and cheetos.



Count the number of your posts alone, and then count mine.

I'll just leave it at that.
 
2014-01-23 04:50:52 PM  

IAmRight: WhyKnot: if someone has been giving you the business all game, all week

Crabtree was the only one that said anything all week, saying "no, I don't think so" when someone asked him if Sherman was the best CB in the game.

/which admittedly isn't much
//have no problem with Crabtree pushing him
///have no problem with Sherman responding by calling him out
////do have a problem with people outraged that a beef was made public


stand corrected on "all week"

/we are substantially in the same place on this topic...I say substantial based upon the previous thread ;-)
 
2014-01-23 04:54:37 PM  
What is the over/under on number of plays "2-play" Percy will play.
 
2014-01-23 04:54:56 PM  
You know, it's hard being a Seahawks fan. Why can't our players be classy and sportsmanlike, like that nice young man from San Francisco who clotheslined Jeremy Lane on the sidelines?
 
2014-01-23 04:57:39 PM  
BMulligan:

Why can't our players be classy and sportsmanlike

probably all of the PEDs

/that being said, I am hopeful that whoever did it is held responsible, similar to that butthole from the jets that attempted something similar a few years ago
 
2014-01-23 04:59:08 PM  

IAmRight: //Vrabel: 12 career receptions for 17 yards and 12 TDs


Daaaaaaaaaaamn. He's like the most efficient receiver of all time.
 
2014-01-23 04:59:38 PM  

WhyKnot: probably all of the PEDs


Funnied
 
2014-01-23 05:03:46 PM  

spiderpaz: That play was entirely Kaep's fault


I'm going to point out that the clock was winding down to under 30 seconds, and the 49ers had two timeouts left.

Methinks the pressure of the situation hurt him, and that they'd have been better off calling one of their timeouts there.
 
2014-01-23 05:04:54 PM  
To change this tired topic (or at least attempt to...), does SF bother bringing Whitner back? He was the main guy responsible for Kearse's 4th down TD reception.

He's a pretty expensive safety to have that bad of a brain fart on what should've been an easy deep middle assignment.
 
2014-01-23 05:05:28 PM  

PluckYew: What is the over/under on number of plays "2-play" Percy will play.


He is fragile but it's the super bowl. I suspect we'll see him the whole game unless he gets carted off. Can't imagine he'd sit out with a headache for this one.
 
2014-01-23 05:07:50 PM  

PluckYew: Who is going to be the 1st Seahawk fan to rage quit Fark because of all the negative Seahawk/Sherman greens?


That already happened with a Cowboys fan during the epic tidal wave of December Cowboys threads.
 
2014-01-23 05:08:51 PM  

mikaloyd: Bunny Deville: YOU'RE ALL MAKING BABY JESUS CRY

NOW STAHP

YOU ARE NOT THE BABY JESUS BUNNY! PEYTON MANNING IS! WE ALL KNOW IT!


They won't stop, mika. They won't STOP. Make them STOP. 1000 posts about Sherman in the last few days. There are other things to talk about than someone who got excited and said some shiat! Jesus H. Piebald Christ in a jumped up Chevy, if I had this amount of discussion for every time I made a social faux pas, well, I'd be a well and thouroughly discussed individual...


MAKE IT STAAAAAAAAAHP
 
2014-01-23 05:10:45 PM  

Killer Cars: To change this tired topic (or at least attempt to...), does SF bother bringing Whitner back? He was the main guy responsible for Kearse's 4th down TD reception.

He's a pretty expensive safety to have that bad of a brain fart on what should've been an easy deep middle assignment.


Of course they won't. He said his name will be Hitner next year.
 
2014-01-23 05:11:24 PM  

puffy999: spiderpaz: That play was entirely Kaep's fault

I'm going to point out that the clock was winding down to under 30 seconds, and the 49ers had two timeouts left.

Methinks the pressure of the situation hurt him, and that they'd have been better off calling one of their timeouts there.


I actually think Kaep threw at Sherman on purpose...meaning, I think both Kaep and Crabtree wanted to end the game by beating Sherman...now, I haven't seen anything that has indicated that this happened, but it seems a little too perfect for me.   Kaep plays with a lot of confidence (i.e. 4th and 7 and completes to Gore), I think he wanted to write the story line of beating Sherman...he didn't want to win the game and give Sherman any ability to talk "yeah well, you didn't win the game by coming at me"..so with that in mind he went right at Sherman...and well, the rest is history.

/the play was awesome and will likely be one of those plays that people remember for a long time
 
2014-01-23 05:13:30 PM  

mikaloyd: sammyk: Am I racist if I just think he is an asshole of epic proportions?

The worse your opinion of Sherman's interview style, the more racist you are. Now if you only thought he was a micro asshole youd only be a tiny bit racist. As it is though, on the sliding racism scale, you are a little worse than Paula Deen or Jesse Jackson but not nearly as bad as Hitler.


Well I was going for Hitler damnit! Thanks for ruining my dreams!
 
2014-01-23 05:17:24 PM  

LessO2: Shame Us: LessO2: The_Sponge: LessO2: Yet, we can count on all the Seahawk "faithful" to post dozens of times in this thread.

Already started.


Then why are you here?


For the lulz of course.

You and some others ought to try it.  Get outside once in awhile and stop taking sports so g-damned seriously.

I love the people that think they're the only ones who lead productive lives and still manage to be on the internet during the day. Everyone else is a shut-in living on hot pockets and cheetos.


Count the number of your posts alone, and then count mine.

I'll just leave it at that.


OK. Still, I'm not sitting in my mom's basement with my gut hanging out of my pants or something. I'm at work, my job is getting done, my bills are being paid, me and my wife have heath insurance and pensions and etc, etc, etc.

But don't let that stop you from being a dumbass.
 
2014-01-23 05:17:59 PM  

TwoBeersOneCan: PluckYew: Who is going to be the 1st Seahawk fan to rage quit Fark because of all the negative Seahawk/Sherman greens?

That already happened with a Cowboys fan during the epic tidal wave of December Cowboys threads.


That was glorious.
 
2014-01-23 05:18:10 PM  

WhyKnot: I actually think Kaep threw at Sherman on purpose...meaning, I think both Kaep and Crabtree wanted to end the game by beating Sherman...now, I haven't seen anything that has indicated that this happened, but it seems a little too perfect for me.   Kaep plays with a lot of confidence (i.e. 4th and 7 and completes to Gore), I think he wanted to write the story line of beating Sherman...he didn't want to win the game and give Sherman any ability to talk "yeah well, you didn't win the game by coming at me"..so with that in mind he went right at Sherman...and well, the rest is history.


I'm telling you, man, Beats had both the Kaepernick and Sherman ads ready. Dre was at the stadium. He radioed that call in to Kaepernick - either way his player comes away with the big play at the other's expense.

If Kaepernick wins, his commercial becomes perfectly appropriate - he blocked out the Seattle fans and delivered a huge win.

If Sherman wins, he had to do something like what he did, then his commercial ends up being perfect for the moment.
 
2014-01-23 05:19:07 PM  

WhyKnot: /the play was awesome and will likely be one of those plays that people remember for a long time


You think?
 
2014-01-23 05:20:35 PM  

Cletus C.: WhyKnot: /the play was awesome and will likely be one of those plays that people remember for a long time

You think?


Right up there with The Double as far as I'm concerned.
 
2014-01-23 05:23:20 PM  

Shame Us: Cletus C.: WhyKnot: /the play was awesome and will likely be one of those plays that people remember for a long time

You think?

Right up there with The Double as far as I'm concerned.


Edgaaaaaaaar
 
2014-01-23 05:25:28 PM  

JohnBigBootay: PluckYew: What is the over/under on number of plays "2-play" Percy will play.

He is fragile but it's the super bowl. I suspect we'll see him the whole game unless he gets carted off. Can't imagine he'd sit out with a headache for this one.


I seem to remember that the contract was pretty Seattle friendly, but I can't remember the details.  If they can bail on him next season, I wonder if they'll apply the savings to Tate/Baldwin and then draft a few big body WRs instead.
 
2014-01-23 05:27:20 PM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: JohnBigBootay: PluckYew: What is the over/under on number of plays "2-play" Percy will play.

He is fragile but it's the super bowl. I suspect we'll see him the whole game unless he gets carted off. Can't imagine he'd sit out with a headache for this one.

I seem to remember that the contract was pretty Seattle friendly, but I can't remember the details.  If they can bail on him next season, I wonder if they'll apply the savings to Tate/Baldwin and then draft a few big body WRs instead.


His guaranteed money continues thru next season, but not after.

As far as the headache thing goes, he hasn't missed a game for a migraine in what, 3 years?
 
2014-01-23 05:28:44 PM  

TwoBeersOneCan: PluckYew: Who is going to be the 1st Seahawk fan to rage quit Fark because of all the negative Seahawk/Sherman greens?

That already happened with a Cowboys fan during the epic tidal wave of December Cowboys threads.


and the reason I brought it up.  I thought it was funny.

Expect a Seahawk rage quit if they lose the Superb Owl and there are repeated greens about how horrible their organization is

JohnBigBootay: PluckYew: What is the over/under on number of plays "2-play" Percy will play.

He is fragile but it's the super bowl. I suspect we'll see him the whole game unless he gets carted off. Can't imagine he'd sit out with a headache for this one.


He might not have a choice if he gets his 'bell rung': http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000228345/article/safety-rules-r e gulations

The 2009 statement advises that a player who suffers a concussion should not return to play or practice on the same day if he shows any signs or symptoms of a concussion that are outlined in the return-to-play statement. It further states:

"Once removed for the duration of a practice or game, the player should not be considered for return-to-football activities until he is fully asymptomatic, both at rest and after exertion, has a normal neurological examination, normal neuropsychological testing, and has been cleared to return by both his team physician(s) and the independent neurological consultant. A critical element of managing concussions is candid reporting by players of their symptoms following an injury. Accordingly, players are to be encouraged to be candid with team medical staffs and fully disclose any signs or symptoms that may be associated with a concussion."
 
2014-01-23 05:30:27 PM  

Bane of Broone: TwoBeersOneCan: PluckYew: Who is going to be the 1st Seahawk fan to rage quit Fark because of all the negative Seahawk/Sherman greens?

That already happened with a Cowboys fan during the epic tidal wave of December Cowboys threads.

That was glorious.


It was certainly something to witness, but I'll miss the trivia in the power rankings threads.  Maybe someone will pick up the slack next season.
 
2014-01-23 05:31:08 PM  

Shame Us: As far as the headache thing goes, he hasn't missed a game for a migraine in what, 3 years?


I can't imagine playing football with a migraine. For that matter, I can't imagine even being in Century Link during a game with a migraine - and I say that as someone who once attended a Slayer concert while suffering a migraine.
 
2014-01-23 05:32:05 PM  

PluckYew: Expect a Seahawk rage quit if they lose the Superb Owl and there are repeated greens about how horrible their organization is


Yeah...those horrible organizations that undergo overhauls from 4-12 to the Super Bowl in 4 seasons are so horrible. I hate it when owners hire successful coaches and GMs, who in turn sign/draft elite players and then succeed on the field. Just horrible.
 
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