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Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 08:25 PM
Now that Joey is a former Steeler. I just wanted to reflect on Joey Porters career with the Steelers. He was a very good player for the Steelers. Here is my favorite alltime moments from the 4th alltime Steelers sack leader.

1. Jan. 15, 2006-Steelers at Colts

Joey Porter was huge in this game as he made things uneasy for Peyton Manning all game. His play was huge and the Steelers don't make the Super Bowl without Joey's dominant play.

2. Oct. 21 2001-Steelers at Bucs

I remember this game really well. The Steelers defense had 10 sacks this game and Porter had 4. It was great seeing Joey Porter throwing Brad Johnson around like a rag doll all game.:bluelol:

3. Sept. 17 2000-Steelers at Browns

Porter didn't have a big stat game this game. But he lit up current Steelers punter Chris Gardocki all game. At the time Gardocki was playing for the Browns and Porter nailed him 3 times this game. With Gardocki responding with the last hit by flipping off the Steelers bench.

4. Sept. 7 2006-Dolphins at Steelers

It was a great all around game for Porter. As he had a few sacks and an INT return for a TD. Plus Joey kissed Cowher on the cheek. A classic moment.

5. Nov. 14 2004-Steelers at Browns

No stats for Porter this game. He was ejected for getting in a pre-game fight with Browns RB William Greene. Another classic moment.

Just wanted to end this by saying thanks Joey Porter for all you have done for the Steelers and providing us fans with some great moments.

AZ_Steeler
03-01-2007, 08:26 PM
I think this (your #4) really showed what a tight knit group the Steelers really are... The Colts Steelers AFCCG though will always stand out because it seemed like every time the Steelers needed a stop Porter was jumping all over Mannings back!

http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k250/azsteeler/pics/bc_porter.jpg

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:28 PM
the colts game was by far the best memory for me

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 08:30 PM
the colts game was by far the best memory for me

Thats why its my number one. But that Browns game back in 2000 when Porter lit up Gardocki a few times was great. Gardocki was running down the field trying to make a tackle and Joey lit him up at least three times that game. It was so funny seeing Gardocki getting pissed and flipping off the Steelers bench.:bluelol:

BB2W
03-01-2007, 08:31 PM
Great post!... My favorite was the fight with William Green. I normally don't promote fighting while playing football, but they weren't playing yet and I never liked Green.

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 08:32 PM
Great post!... My favorite was the fight with William Green. I normally don't promote fighting while playing football, but they weren't playing yet and I never liked Green.

I don't like the fighting also. But that was Joey just being Joey. It was funny seeing that.:bluelol:

SteelerDan43
03-01-2007, 08:33 PM
1. Reading Joey got cut!!!!

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:35 PM
1. Reading Joey got cut!!!!

whoa take it easy there turbo

SteelerFan87
03-01-2007, 08:42 PM
Great post!... My favorite was the fight with William Green. I normally don't promote fighting while playing football, but they weren't playing yet and I never liked Green.


Wasn't that the guy who said he was "going to take Ben's head off"? IMO that IS classic Joey. Always sticking up for his teammates. Which brings me to another classic Joey moment, his comments about Winslow last year, particularly his classic apology, "I didn't mean to offend anyone but Kellen Winslow." :lol:

And who can forget his rant on Jeramy Stevens? "Joey Porter: (raises hand to about shoulder level), Jeramy Stevens: (lowers hand to the table). No wait, that's not enough. It's more like, Joey Porter: (stands up and puts had at about head level), Jeramy Stevens: (bends over and puts hand about knee height).

Or, on the sideline at Jerome's house (aka Paul Brown Stadium) "I'm tired of kicking your asses! Y'all make me tired!"
:lol:

Or when he was on the sideline on crutches after getting shot in the ***, and Ray Lewis mocked the Boot, and he tried to go out and fight him.


Long live the Boot!!! :tt02: :helmet:

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:45 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGpUlA1UJgg

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:46 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpOG9K02F_g

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 08:46 PM
Wasn't that the guy who said he was "going to take Ben's head off"? IMO that IS classic Joey. Always sticking up for his teammates. Which brings me to another classic Joey moment, his comments about Winslow last year, particularly his classic apology, "I didn't mean to offend anyone but Kellen Winslow." :lol:

And who can forget his rant on Jeramy Stevens? "Joey Porter: (raises hand to about shoulder level), Jeramy Stevens: (lowers hand to the table). No wait, that's not enough. It's more like, Joey Porter: (stands up and puts had at about head level), Jeramy Stevens: (bends over and puts hand about knee height).

Or, on the sideline at Jerome's house (aka Paul Brown Stadium) "I'm tired of kicking your asses! Y'all make me tired!"


:lol:

Or when he was on the sideline on crutches after getting shot in the ***, and Ray Lewis mocked the Boot, and he tried to go out and fight him.


Long live the Boot!!! :tt02: :helmet:

It was Gerard Warren who said that he was going to take Ben's head off. But your right Joey did alway stick up for his teammates.

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:49 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uU81gHMPV24

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:50 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4cdb8i64zQ

BB2W
03-01-2007, 08:50 PM
Wasn't that the guy who said he was "going to take Ben's head off"?Not the same guy... I think it was Gerrard Warren who threatened Ben. :dunno:

The fight happened before the game. I think Green came out to warm up and he had some words with Porter. He pushed Poeter and Joey hit him with a nice right. I think it was Terrelle Smith who jumped in before he relized he didn't want none either.

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:51 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZNaCqbSv9U

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 08:52 PM
Not the same guy... I think it was Gerrard Warren who threatened Ben. :dunno:

The fight happened before the game. I think Green came out to warm up and he had some words with Porter. He pushed Poeter and Joey hit him with a nice right. I think it was Terrelle Smith who jumped in before he relized he didn't want none either.

It was Warren who said that. He said if you hit the head then you kill the body or some **** like that.

K Train
03-01-2007, 08:52 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02f809wc8Oc

Koopa
03-01-2007, 08:56 PM
Not the same guy... I think it was Gerrard Warren who threatened Ben. :dunno:

The fight happened before the game. I think Green came out to warm up and he had some words with Porter. He pushed Poeter and Joey hit him with a nice right. I think it was Terrelle Smith who jumped in before he relized he didn't want none either.

yeah it was warren that threatened ben.........and didn't green spit on porter which cause porter to start fighting???

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 08:57 PM
Fight with Green from the Browns
The verbal fights with Ray Ray Lewis from the Ratbirds
The smack down on Winslow Jr this past season when he flat layed him out after chasing him down.
The sack on Manning in the AFCGG

My God there's so many running through my head right now I can't even post them all up.

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BBG7
03-01-2007, 09:05 PM
I will miss Joey and his attitude!!!

BBG7
03-01-2007, 09:07 PM
oh....I loved it when he told Chad Johnson he was going to lose his golds in the game.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 09:07 PM
http://aycu30.webshots.com/image/10869/2005582731460492010_rs.jpg

http://aycu06.webshots.com/image/13005/2005545950154526299_rs.jpg

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Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 09:08 PM
oh....I loved it when he told Chad Johnson he was going to lose his golds in the game.

lol that was a good one.

tony hipchest
03-01-2007, 09:18 PM
after tha game agianst the colts in the playoffs, in the locker room, when cowher asks joey if he can be quiet the week leading up to denver.

"man i got this, THEY SHOT ME UP THERE."

K Train
03-01-2007, 09:19 PM
after tha game agianst the colts in the playoffs, in the locker room, when cowher asks joey if he can be quiet the week leading up to denver.

"man i got this, THEY SHOT ME UP THERE."

:hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious: :hilarious:

BB2W
03-01-2007, 09:25 PM
after tha game agianst the colts in the playoffs, in the locker room, when cowher asks joey if he can be quiet the week leading up to denver.

"man i got this, THEY SHOT ME UP THERE."Good one! :greengrin:

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 09:29 PM
http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20060203/images/porter280.jpg

http://www.npr.org/news/images/2006/feb/06/porter200x150.jpg

http://www.post-gazette.com/images2/20040731lfSteelers02_450.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i291/steelersfan80_2006/w12_joey_porter_lg.jpg

http://209.63.75.147//multimedia/images/Porter_Mod_17.jpg

http://aycu03.webshots.com/image/11802/2003203402245796375_rs.jpg

BB2W
03-01-2007, 09:48 PM
This sucks... this thread is making me sad. :(

I love Joey, but I know they couldn't keep him. If you've ever played "Madden Franchise" mode you know what I'm talking about.

:greengrin:

BBG7
03-01-2007, 09:54 PM
I know...I feel the same way!!! Thinking back on all the Joey moments makes makes makes me sad. He was a fun guy to watch on and off the field and I can only hope now he doens't end up in Cincy or hell with any North team.

K Train
03-01-2007, 09:56 PM
This sucks... this thread is making me sad. :(

I love Joey, but I know they couldn't keep him. If you've ever played "Madden Franchise" mode you know what I'm talking about.

:greengrin:

lol i always kept him.....then again i get bored after two 16-0 superbowl winning seasons when all my players make the probowl lol.....All-madden what a joke lol

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 09:57 PM
Sorry I didn't want to make anyone sad when creating this thread. I just wanted to say thanks and to celebrate Joey Porters career.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 09:58 PM
I was just watching my playlists on youtube of all my Steeler vids, its amazing how many Joey moments there are in those vids.

Blitzburgh55
03-01-2007, 10:02 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGpUlA1UJgg

God I love that Video:yesnod:

BBG7
03-01-2007, 10:09 PM
God I love that Video:yesnod:

Another great moment!!! :lol:

BBG7
03-01-2007, 10:11 PM
Sorry I didn't want to make anyone sad when creating this thread. I just wanted to say thanks and to celebrate Joey Porters career.

I know...it is always sad though when a favorite player is gone! There are so many great Joey moments....he will be missed and I wish him nothing but the best!

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 10:12 PM
I know...it is always sad though when a favorite player is gone! There are so many great Joey moments....he will be missed and I wish him nothing but the best!

Couldn't agree more girl :yesnod:

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 10:13 PM
I'm suprised nobody mentioned this Porter moment so far. The 2003 Steelers season opener vs the Ravens when Porter didn't play since he was recovering from his gun shot wound in the butt. But Kendrell Bell made an INT and was running down the field. There was Joey Porter running down the sideline and his shorts fell down. That was funny.

BB2W
03-01-2007, 10:13 PM
Me personally... I remeber my first trip to Latrobe the year they won the Superbowl. From where I was sitting you didn't here Cowher's voice much except for when he was yelling at Porter. You constantly heard "55"!!!

In the "sprints" part of the drills the team would wait for the whistle and then run the drill. Towards the end Porter was leaving the line early and then backpeddling getting the team fired up while they ran the drill. At one point Cowher yelled "55 wait for the whistle"!!! Joey responded "get off me coach". When the drill resumed Porter waited for the whistle and when it blew he proceeded to do the same thing.

Cleve was there the same day... he put his bussiness card on the car that I rode in. Small world...

BlitzburghRockCity
03-01-2007, 10:19 PM
At the ratbird game in Balt, the first year that Ben was with us and Tommy got injured and Ben stepped in. Todd Heap had hurt his knee on the previous play but he hobbled back to the line of scrimmage and Porter just decked him just before they blew the whistle when the ratbirds spiked the ball :lol:

The whole crowd booed and carried on and there I was with my buddy in our Steelers gear just cheering and screaming Here we go Joey Here we go !! :lol:

Black@Gold Forever32
03-01-2007, 10:26 PM
At the ratbird game in Balt, the first year that Ben was with us and Tommy got injured and Ben stepped in. Todd Heap had hurt his knee on the previous play but he hobbled back to the line of scrimmage and Porter just decked him just before they blew the whistle when the ratbirds spiked the ball :lol:

The whole crowd booed and carried on and there I was with my buddy in our Steelers gear just cheering and screaming Here we go Joey Here we go !! :lol:

:bluelol: I remember that Top, that was great. I laughed my *** off.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-02-2007, 06:43 AM
Dude that games was nuts, we damn near got into atleast a dozen fights, my wife and her friend got cornered in the ladies room, we had 12 yr kids in purple face paint & wearing feathers cursing at us, it was wild. We were there loud and proud and screaming like crazy.

My wife said she'll never go back to ratbird stadium again, I was like why :rolleyes: :lol: We always have so much fun there, just don't get cornered in the bathroom without a group of Steelers fans around you.

steelcurtaingal
03-02-2007, 11:37 AM
Dude that games was nuts, we damn near got into atleast a dozen fights, my wife and her friend got cornered in the ladies room, we had 12 yr kids in purple face paint & wearing feathers cursing at us, it was wild. We were there loud and proud and screaming like crazy.

My wife said she'll never go back to ratbird stadium again, I was like why :rolleyes: :lol: We always have so much fun there, just don't get cornered in the bathroom without a group of Steelers fans around you.

Ah yes, that was a classic, and i actually did get hit in the mouth at that game. but it is one fo my fondest football memories. :tt02: :rats:
Joey porter brought trash talking to a whole new level in the stadium ,and for that i will thank him:beer2:

TampaSteelGirl
03-02-2007, 03:52 PM
i LOVE JOEY!!! I loved the Joey/Cowher kiss!!! :tt02:

kgreen
03-02-2007, 03:59 PM
For me (Not particular order):
1. Colts game (playoffs)-Manning couldn't do s***
2. Miami Game (2006)-Again classic Joey comes up clutch
3. Patriots Game (2004)-Destroy Tom Brady might be my favorite Steeler game of all time.

4. Danver Game (Playoff)-Again made Jake Plummers very difficult, but I'll give Jake credit for playing his heart out. Still, Joey had his number.

5. "He Soft"-This was a comment Joey made after the fisrt Steelers-Browns game. He was calling out Kellen Winslow saying: "he doesn't want to block; he wants to play X and run fades all day. He soft." It was so funny every Winslow highlight I see I think of Joeys comment, the same hold true for Jeremy "I can't catch" Stevens.

BBG7
03-02-2007, 06:35 PM
http://thesportsidiot.blogspot.com/2007/03/133-reasons-well-miss-55.html

There are some funny Peezy moments in this link. A lot of them have already been mentioned, but there are a few new ones.

BlitzburghRockCity
03-02-2007, 07:11 PM
i LOVE JOEY!!! I loved the Joey/Cowher kiss!!! :tt02:

Where else can 1 guy give another guy a kiss on the cheek on national TV and everybody cheers ? :lol:

SteelersWoman
03-02-2007, 10:39 PM
Where else can 1 guy give another guy a kiss on the cheek on national TV and everybody cheers ?

Your comment helped me gather my thoughts on the subject of emotional attachment to players/coaches and encompasses (in just a very few words) everything most of us feel about the guys on our team.

I've noticed that some people feel you shouldn't get emotionally attached to players--and for the ones that can watch our team and NOT get attached, I applaud them because it has to make it so much easier on them when players leave.

But for me...our team is made up of human men with their own personality, way of playing, etc. We see them go out on the field and lose blood, sweat, and even tears in the pursuit of their own happiness (and livelihood) and to entertain us.

It's almost like they become a part of our own family--and I know that doesn't make a lot of sense since most of us have never even met them, but...just like a family member, we feel proud of them when they do something incredible, happy FOR them when they've achieved some milestone, upset at them when they pull some boneheaded move, forgive them after a short while, and sad when we see them go.

I am totally unable to watch our team and NOT get attached to and/ or favor certain players over others, and it would do me no good to even try not to.

So Joey's very human, emotion filled kiss, and him not bein afraid for ANYone to see, is the exact type of reason I DO get attached, if that makes any sense.

DIESELMAN
03-03-2007, 11:27 AM
1. Joey calling the Colts soft:


They don't want to just sit there, line up and play football. [The Colts] want to try to catch you off guard. They don't play smashmouth football; they want to trick you! They want to catch you substituting, know what I mean? They don't want to just call a play, get up there and run a play. They want to make you think! They want it to be a thinking game instead of a football game!

Joey on Stevens after his comments on Jerome:


"Now I'm looking for him on game day; now I'm looking for Stevens. He has to line up in front of me, and that information you gave me just got me started; so I'll be out there looking for him at the 50-yard line. That information will go a long way because he can't hide from me. He has to line up in front of me, and I'll remind him of [what he said] every time I put him on his back.

"You ever see the movie 'Underworld'? I was sleeping all week, but I got my first taste of blood right here; and it is great when you haven't tasted it in a while. This week was boring until now."

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 11:34 AM
Your comment helped me gather my thoughts on the subject of emotional attachment to players/coaches and encompasses (in just a very few words) everything most of us feel about the guys on our team.

I've noticed that some people feel you shouldn't get emotionally attached to players--and for the ones that can watch our team and NOT get attached, I applaud them because it has to make it so much easier on them when players leave.

But for me...our team is made up of human men with their own personality, way of playing, etc. We see them go out on the field and lose blood, sweat, and even tears in the pursuit of their own happiness (and livelihood) and to entertain us.

It's almost like they become a part of our own family--and I know that doesn't make a lot of sense since most of us have never even met them, but...just like a family member, we feel proud of them when they do something incredible, happy FOR them when they've achieved some milestone, upset at them when they pull some boneheaded move, forgive them after a short while, and sad when we see them go.

I am totally unable to watch our team and NOT get attached to and/ or favor certain players over others, and it would do me no good to even try not to.

So Joey's very human, emotion filled kiss, and him not bein afraid for ANYone to see, is the exact type of reason I DO get attached, if that makes any sense.

I could not agree with you more, great post !!

Ive been following our team for as long as I can remember and there is absolutely no way I could not get emotionally attached to these guys. It's what makes the game have meaning for me and helps me relate to the sport even more. When I scream and cheer for a player like Joey, or Jerome, Troy, Ben, Hines, Willie, and anyone of a number of other players I truely mean it when I cheer and yell for them. For me personally it's not just a Steelers fan thing but it's more of an attachment to the city, the players, the other fans.

There's no way I could separate emotional feelings towards players while watching the game.

BlitzburghNation
03-03-2007, 11:42 AM
I could not agree with you more, great post !!

Ive been following our team for as long as I can remember and there is absolutely no way I could not get emotionally attached to these guys. It's what makes the game have meaning for me and helps me relate to the sport even more. When I scream and cheer for a player like Joey, or Jerome, Troy, Ben, Hines, Willie, and anyone of a number of other players I truely mean it when I cheer and yell for them. For me personally it's not just a Steelers fan thing but it's more of an attachment to the city, the players, the other fans.

There's no way I could separate emotional feelings towards players while watching the game.

I'm the same way TG :tt02: :helmet: :tt02:

DIESELMAN
03-03-2007, 11:50 AM
Your comment helped me gather my thoughts on the subject of emotional attachment to players/coaches and encompasses (in just a very few words) everything most of us feel about the guys on our team.

I've noticed that some people feel you shouldn't get emotionally attached to players--and for the ones that can watch our team and NOT get attached, I applaud them because it has to make it so much easier on them when players leave.

But for me...our team is made up of human men with their own personality, way of playing, etc. We see them go out on the field and lose blood, sweat, and even tears in the pursuit of their own happiness (and livelihood) and to entertain us.

It's almost like they become a part of our own family--and I know that doesn't make a lot of sense since most of us have never even met them, but...just like a family member, we feel proud of them when they do something incredible, happy FOR them when they've achieved some milestone, upset at them when they pull some boneheaded move, forgive them after a short while, and sad when we see them go.

I am totally unable to watch our team and NOT get attached to and/ or favor certain players over others, and it would do me no good to even try not to.

So Joey's very human, emotion filled kiss, and him not bein afraid for ANYone to see, is the exact type of reason I DO get attached, if that makes any sense.

:bigthumb: Thats whats so cool about being a devoted fan, you definitely know it when a favorite player is released or retires. :crying:


Ive been following our team for as long as I can remember and there is absolutely no way I could not get emotionally attached to these guys. It's what makes the game have meaning for me and helps me relate to the sport even more. When I scream and cheer for a player like Joey, or Jerome, Troy, Ben, Hines, Willie, and anyone of a number of other players I truely mean it when I cheer and yell for them. For me personally it's not just a Steelers fan thing but it's more of an attachment to the city, the players, the other fans.

There's no way I could separate emotional feelings towards players while watching the game.:bigthumb: I get emotional when I watch a game whether our guys are screwing up or doing great. Its the love of the game BUT the biggest thing is the love for the Steelers!!!!!

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 08:06 PM
:bigthumb: Thats whats so cool about being a devoted fan, you definitely know it when a favorite player is released or retires. :crying:

:bigthumb: I get emotional when I watch a game whether our guys are screwing up or doing great. Its the love of the game BUT the biggest thing is the love for the Steelers!!!!!

That's what it's all about. That's why we are the best fans in the world. We truly love the city and the players. The Steeler Nation is dedicated like no other to the end. Seeing a player let go that's been a part of the city and the team for so long just is never easy, yet we will continue to be the supporting devoted fans we are because we love our team.

Black@Gold Forever32
03-03-2007, 08:13 PM
Me emotional during a Steelers game is an understatement. I'm a raging maniac.lol

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 08:17 PM
Me emotional during a Steelers game is an understatement. I'm a raging maniac.lol

That's the best way to be man :lol: My wife thinks Im nuts but deep down inside she missed it in 2006 when we sucked and everything I screamed about was because we played so bad.

Black@Gold Forever32
03-03-2007, 08:21 PM
That's the best way to be man :lol: My wife thinks Im nuts but deep down inside she missed it in 2006 when we sucked and everything I screamed about was because we played so bad.

But you experienced me on this site after a loss this year. A Steelers loss buts me in a foul mood. The good thing its not as bad as it used to be. When I was growing up after a loss the next day at school. I would always get into a fight.:bluelol:

Its just I'm a very emotional person anyway and I love my Pittsburgh Stillers. That combo can be crazy.:bluelol: In fact I can't wait for the season to begin to act like a maniac once again.lol

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 09:17 PM
But you experienced me on this site after a loss this year. A Steelers loss buts me in a foul mood. The good thing its not as bad as it used to be. When I was growing up after a loss the next day at school. I would always get into a fight.:bluelol:

Its just I'm a very emotional person anyway and I love my Pittsburgh Stillers. That combo can be crazy.:bluelol: In fact I can't wait for the season to begin to act like a maniac once again.lol

The next day after a loss we need to go get a new remote and some new glasses and maybe a plate or 2 as well :lol:

My wife told me this season, "I know your ranting and screaming drives me nuts but deep down inside I missed it this year, it's not as fun to watch you and make fun of you when they lose and you're in a foul mood."

who knew ? :lol:

BlitzburghNation
03-03-2007, 09:37 PM
My wife will usually hug me & say she's sorry after a loss :cursin:
I'm in a crappy mood the rest of the day :banging: Especially last year when we kept beating ourselves :cursin: Havent broken a plate or remote yet though :lol:

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 09:39 PM
The only good thing about a loss is that I wash my jersey that Im wearing after that. If we win, I don't wash it. I cant wash off the good luck :greengrin:

BlitzburghNation
03-03-2007, 09:44 PM
The only good thing about a loss is that I wash my jersey that Im wearing after that. If we win, I don't wash it. I cant wash off the good luck :greengrin:
Man i bet you had a smelly jersey in ben's rookie season :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

BlitzburghRockCity
03-03-2007, 10:10 PM
Yeah those first 2 years I probably wasn't real pleasant to be around so I stayed home to watch most of the games :lol: