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James Harrison = Next Haynesworth

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James Harrison plays like a thug. All you have to do is look at that play where he held that guy down then punched him and then threw him down. Reminds me of when Haynesworth stomp on that guys face. Another great role model huh?

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James Harrison plays like a thug. All you have to do is look at that play where he held that guy down then punched him and then threw him down. Reminds me of when Haynesworth stomp on that guys face. Another great role model huh?

Maybe there was more to it than what you saw for a minute on tv?

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Dude could have stayed on the ground until Harrison got up.

What Haynesworth did was a lot worse IMHO.

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black guy gets mad = thug

white guy gets mad = emotional

typical...

Wondered how long it would take some complete idiot to play the race card here.

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black guy gets mad = thug

white guy gets mad = emotional

typical...

Hi,

Your post is unrelated to the first post, and pretty silly. Thanks for playing tho.

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Most everyone.

I didn't like the little shove/punch thing he did while the guy was on his knees.

But the shoving him down when he got up I encourge and wish the Panthers had more players with that mean streak in them. Harrison isn't what I would call a thug at all.

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black guy gets mad = thug

white guy gets mad = emotional

typical...

Really man? I mean come on. Is that really how you feel? Thats just stupid to say that.

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Maybe there was more to it than what you saw for a minute on tv?

No, actually I saw what led up to it. Cards dude cut blocked him on the punt or fieldgoal I can't remember which one it was. Harrison then lost control and played like a thug. Its as plain as day.

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Hi,

Your post is unrelated to the first post, and pretty silly. Thanks for playing tho.

Signed,

Most everyone.

I didn't like the little shove/punch thing he did while the guy was on his knees.

But the shoving him down when he got up I encourge and wish the Panthers had more players with that mean streak in them. Harrison isn't what I would call a thug at all.

I said he played like a thug.

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I said he played like a thug.

ok.......

I said it was more just a meanstreak football player.

You say potatoe, I say Tater.:D

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