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On 12/3/2018 at 12:57 PM, Pato del Muerto said:

All of these have at least 1 participant wearing a jersey. Usually two. Infer from that what you will. 

Just got a Deshaun Watson jersey. I feel judged.

Then again - Deshaun would never choke out a pregnant girl.

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2 hours ago, Sbbruin said:

90% of Steelers fans wear Steelers jerseys to games.  That is funny to me.

You should come to church with me some Sunday morning during the season. You can count the number of jersey-wearing Catholics. Better yet is Super Bowl Sunday if the Steelers are playing. Last time I counted almost 50 people wearing a jersey.

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3 minutes ago, CozManTx said:

I watched part of a NFL game the other day for the first time in probably 10 years. How does anyone watch this "sport"? It's barely FOOTBALL - it's some sort of amped up WWE event, complete with choreographed touchdown dances, the players dance and jive after virtually EVERY play, scores are 17-10, and it's a complete snoozefest.

Yeah! You tell 'em!

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1 minute ago, CozManTx said:

To each their own I suppose. If you enjoy watching the cornerback drop the RB for a 2 yard gain and then sprint 20 yards away while jumping up and down and acting the fool and coming back to the play while pointing and taunting everyone he passes....then enjoy your NFL.

The hyperbole aside, it doesn't really bother me, no.

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4 minutes ago, CozManTx said:

To each their own I suppose. If you enjoy watching the cornerback drop the RB for a 2 yard gain and then sprint 20 yards away while jumping up and down and acting the fool and coming back to the play while pointing and taunting everyone he passes....then enjoy your NFL.

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2 hours ago, CozManTx said:

I watched part of a NFL game the other day for the first time in probably 10 years. How does anyone watch this "sport"? It's barely FOOTBALL - it's some sort of amped up WWE event, complete with choreographed touchdown dances, the players dance and jive after virtually EVERY play, scores are 17-10, and it's a complete snoozefest.

No.  That's the NBA.

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2 hours ago, CozManTx said:

I watched part of a NFL game the other day for the first time in probably 10 years. How does anyone watch this "sport"? It's barely FOOTBALL - it's some sort of amped up WWE event, complete with choreographed touchdown dances, the players dance and jive after virtually EVERY play, scores are 17-10, and it's a complete snoozefest.

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I watched part of a NFL game the other day for the first time in probably 10 years. How does anyone watch this "sport"? It's barely FOOTBALL - it's some sort of amped up WWE event, complete with choreographed touchdown dances, the players dance and jive after virtually EVERY play, scores are 17-10, and it's a complete snoozefest.

Cool story bro. Enjoy the shitty bowl season the FBS delivers in front of high school level crowds. That's loads of fun.

 

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4 hours ago, CozManTx said:

I watched part of a NFL game the other day for the first time in probably 10 years. How does anyone watch this "sport"? It's barely FOOTBALL - it's some sort of amped up WWE event, complete with choreographed touchdown dances, the players dance and jive after virtually EVERY play, scores are 17-10, and it's a complete snoozefest.

 

1 hour ago, CozManTx said:

To each their own I suppose. If you enjoy watching the cornerback drop the RB for a 2 yard gain and then sprint 20 yards away while jumping up and down and acting the fool and coming back to the play while pointing and taunting everyone he passes....then enjoy your NFL.

So you've only watched "part" of an NFL game over the last 10 years and this is what you came up with?   Your opinion is worthless and you should feel bad.  You seem lost here.  Scram.

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4 hours ago, CozManTx said:

To each their own I suppose. If you enjoy watching the cornerback drop the RB for a 2 yard gain and then sprint 20 yards away while jumping up and down and acting the fool and coming back to the play while pointing and taunting everyone he passes....then enjoy your NFL.

You’re either old as fuck or were born without male reproductive organs.

...or both.

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I love NFL celebrations, even against my team. I really don't want to see the Vander Esch yodel or Zeke feed-me this weekend, but I respect their right to do it when it's earned.

They are rich and famous, they know they might get de-pantsed the very next play but that's part of the job. Notice the other team rarely takes issue with it...just having fun for players, fans and TV cameras.

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29 minutes ago, Bartles said:

I love NFL celebrations, even against my team. I really don't want to see the Vander Esch yodel or Zeke feed-me this weekend, but I respect their right to do it when it's earned.

They are rich and famous, they know they might get de-pantsed the very next play but that's part of the job. Notice the other team rarely takes issue with it...just having fun for players, fans and TV cameras.

My favorite this season has been the no bullshit, zero fucks given, take the ball and chuck it in the stands on the road.

Why they don't penalize that idk but I hope they don't. 

 

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3 hours ago, Wally Pryor said:

Nothing like a Super Bowl celebratory parade to bring out camaraderie, togetherness, fellowship and all that.   

Football season may be over but thankfully related displays of goonery are not.  

 

Southies.  Lovely bunch. 

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23 hours ago, Wally Pryor said:

Nothing like a Super Bowl celebratory parade to bring out camaraderie, togetherness, fellowship and all that.   

Football season may be over but thankfully related displays of goonery are not.  

 

Could you imagine how stupid you would feel to have a life-threatening or disabling injury or miss work/lose your job because of a fight at a super bowl parade?

At least you would feel better than if you were hurt fighting other home fans at a Dolphins/Bills/Jets game, but come on.

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23 hours ago, Wally Pryor said:

Nothing like a Super Bowl celebratory parade to bring out camaraderie, togetherness, fellowship and all that.   

Football season may be over but thankfully related displays of goonery are not.  

 

why is Odell in boston fighting these kids?

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