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#31 DirtyMagic97

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 05:38 PM

Can you imagine the backlash if Coughlin had called a hail mary on the final play? Don't give me this "play to the end of the game" poo. Schiano was pissed he gave up 510 and a huge lead. Play defense when it matters.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 06:18 PM

I am going with the option that both are right. The Bucs can do this if they want so long as we dont hear a bunch of whining when one of the oline guys managers to land a cheap fall on a leg and put someone out for the season. The Gaints are right in that the bucs are bad sports for doing this and its great there were no injuries. But it will hurt TB in the long run as other teams now have this marked down as a far play for TB.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 06:48 PM

It's not about whether or not it's within the rules or it's a good way to approach it. It's about hitting a guy who is not expecting it. The Giants line wasn't ready for the bucs defenders to come after them as its become an unwritten rule that the D doesn't hit when the O is going to take a knee.

Next week the bucs opponent will be ready for them to act like dipshits and it won't be an issue.

This week it was a cheap ass sucker punch bitch move.


So its the Bucs fault the Giants weren't ready? This sounds very similar to one of the reasons why society has gone down hill. It's the other person's fault for why you didn't get something or weren't ready.

Too many fans are pussies.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 07:13 PM

The next team won't be kneeling - the offense will fire out and some DB will get his world rocked by a FB lead blocking for a QB slide...lol

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 07:25 PM

So its the Bucs fault the Giants weren't ready? This sounds very similar to one of the reasons why society has gone down hill. It's the other person's fault for why you didn't get something or weren't ready.

Too many fans are pussies.


What's this got to do with society, it's a game for entertainment.

So then where's the line drawn then?

By your logic and line of reasoning the actions of teams such as the saints are all gravy. Such as going for players ankles and knees, and trying to stomp on our QB's head and arms while his helmet is off.

Sounds great!

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 07:59 PM

You play until the game is over. The Giants were sandbagging on the last play, that's why their QB ate dirt. I get tired of the limp bodies flopping around for the victory formation. The Bucs smelled blood and they went for it. Too bad Eli didn't lose the ball.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:05 PM

So its the Bucs fault the Giants weren't ready? This sounds very similar to one of the reasons why society has gone down hill. It's the other person's fault for why you didn't get something or weren't ready.

Too many fans are pussies.


First off suck it. Intimating that I'm a pussy over having an opinion on this only make you look like redneck dipshit that's incapable of intelligent discourse.

And yes it's the bucs fault the Giants were not ready. There is an understanding amongst teams that as long as you don't attempt to advance the ball we won't attack your guys. It's an unwritten rule, a gentlemens agreement between coaches.

To betray that without warning is the act of bitch.

Like I said, the rest of the league knows now that the bucs are going to act like retards so it's not going to be a big deal moving forward. But yesterday it was cheap.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:30 PM

There are traditions and there are rules.

If the Giants and other teams feel so strongly about this issue they had better get the league to change the rules.

Peyton's fall was classic soccer acting. Maybe the Bucs should have gotten a Red Card too.

Sounds like some of you people would be better off following that other type of football.

You know the one those pansy European Socialists play. ;)

#39 NanuqoftheNorth

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:30 PM

Double post.

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 09:50 PM

Can you imagine the backlash if Coughlin had called a hail mary on the final play? Don't give me this "play to the end of the game" poo. Schiano was pissed he gave up 510 and a huge lead. Play defense when it matters.


this post is pretty much on point

#41 KillerKat

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Posted 17 September 2012 - 10:30 PM

What's this got to do with society, it's a game for entertainment.

So then where's the line drawn then?

By your logic and line of reasoning the actions of teams such as the saints are all gravy. Such as going for players ankles and knees, and trying to stomp on our QB's head and arms while his helmet is off.

Sounds great!



Two completely different things.

They're trying to knock the ball out and recover it. Has nothing to do with intentionally injuring someone.

I knew some moron would try to make this comparison.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 07:31 AM

Two completely different things.

They're trying to knock the ball out and recover it. Has nothing to do with intentionally injuring someone.

I knew some moron would try to make this comparison.


Oh, a moron. I am so hurt.

Those two things are in the same category. The purpose in both is to change the outcome of the game by any means when you know you don't have the upper hand. It's a bitch move.

As for the "this is football" argument. We are fans. Put yourself in a players shoes, do you want to be out there with a career threatening injury because some asshole can't win fairly? Spare me the macho bs.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 09:12 AM

I'm with Schiano all the way. This isn't some getting angry during a blow out and trying to hurt the other team. They had a legitimate chance of winning the game. It may have been a very small chance, but it was there, and it's their job as professionals to take it. Quitting is for losers, and I'm very disappointed that a super bowl winner like Coughlin would endorse that kind of attitude. He of all people should know better, considering how many miserable regular season coaching performances he has saved by fighting to the end.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:03 PM

I'm with Schiano all the way. This isn't some getting angry during a blow out and trying to hurt the other team. They had a legitimate chance of winning the game. It may have been a very small chance, but it was there, and it's their job as professionals to take it. Quitting is for losers, and I'm very disappointed that a super bowl winner like Coughlin would endorse that kind of attitude. He of all people should know better, considering how many miserable regular season coaching performances he has saved by fighting to the end.

The giants couldve called a deep bomb to nicks to run up the score or stat pad too you know. That wouldnt be a quitters action now would it. Im just glad no one got hurt during that dumb bone headed move.

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Posted 18 September 2012 - 12:28 PM

I'm with Schiano all the way. This isn't some getting angry during a blow out and trying to hurt the other team. They had a legitimate chance of winning the game. It may have been a very small chance, but it was there, and it's their job as professionals to take it. Quitting is for losers, and I'm very disappointed that a super bowl winner like Coughlin would endorse that kind of attitude. He of all people should know better, considering how many miserable regular season coaching performances he has saved by fighting to the end.


Tom Jackson had a very good perspective on this last night saying that how can he say his team finishes every game when they were taking a knee with two minutes on the clock vs Carolina, isn't that quitting? And Dikta said he was completely okay with it but warned him what goes around, comes around.


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