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How you show respect to an opponent

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The best way to show an opponent respect is by giving then the best game you have got.

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Sweep the leg

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Yep, shake hands, give condolences, then be professional and play hard.

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The best way to show an opponent respect is by giving then the best game you have got.

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yep.

laying down in front of them is just condescending.

a real fight will do them good... even if it results in a loss.

crap, if you don't believe that then just consider it a special gift that we are making their #1 pick over all a reality.

that's the real gift, right?

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I dunno why anyone would think we are good enough to "go easy on them" anyway. We are going to struggle to compete no matter what we do, we're awful.

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I know we will get the best that KC has and I hope we show up and give them a great game.

Looking forward to seeing Dwill get the bulk for a change...miss that guy.

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Well I really hope we respect the hell out of KC.

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the only way to truly respect an opponent or enemy is to battle them as fiercely and as intelligently as you can

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Looking forward to seeing Dwill get the bulk for a change...miss that guy.

That is why I have been debating not watching this one....Williams has been stuffed at a higher rate than any of the RBs. He probably will have like 10 carries for 10 yards or something absurd.

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