i don't even remember it really. i remember being at the stadium when pickles came out at halftime against the bucs and thought i was witnessing history… which i was, just the wrong kind. and then it's just a blur of games like the bengals, which was atrocious, and the ravens, which was emasculating, and then i escaped for thailand for a month and ended the season with a $10 scalped ticket to watch us poop on the saints in 5-degree weather when dwayne jarrett caught his first career touchdown.
this season is so much better than that
You're getting your years mixed up, Jarrett scored his TD in the last game of the 2009 season.
yea watching Klein get steamrolled by Collins for their TD last made me cringe. Watching the play unfold I was thinking "ok he had a good angle on him to square up and get a good hit, should stop him at the one and we can maybe hold them to a FG which hasn't been working so well for them so far." And then Klein was on his back.
There's so much defensiveness about this. "Yes, Adrian went overboard. BUT everyone spanks their kids don't say spanking is abuse!"
It's like people are arguing to different points. Or setting up strawmen because they're afraid if Peterson gets punished for torturing his 4 year old it'll mean they won't be allowed to spank anymore.
It must be a guilty conscience or something. Why does what AP did mean you need to launch into defending "the south" or spanking kids?
This, this, and this. I can't believe how many people are defending this as a normal discipline routine after taking all of the facts into consideration that have come out, and then turn the backlash the situation is getting into a diatribe like "those dang liberals say I can't smack my kids bottom in Wal-Mart, I'm embarassed to be an American today"
Honestly, it would kind of be sweet justice if Steelers fans do pay through the nose for tickets on Sunday night only to watch their team get embarassed. I'd rather have the home field advantage of course.
Are we really gonna compare them each week? Both work well in their specific team's system. Leave it alone.
This really only came about because of a certain Saints fan who pretty much posted a new thread in this forum repeatedly in July everytime Cooks caught a pass in practice and continually wanted to tell us how much better he is than KB.
The future of defense....allowing the browns to drive from their own 4 yard line to set up the game winning field goal. The future of defense.....has allowed the 2nd most points in the league with Jacksonville being the 1st.
I guess saints fans don't quite see the future of defense, there's a 10 page thread on saints report called "I'm done with rob ryan"