I've read all the posts on this thread and have concluded:
1. First and foremost, Ice Cream Socks needs to get out of his mom's basement and relax a bit.
2. Ryan Clark was giving analysis, get over it. Has nothing to do with discipline for Christ sakes.
3. We need the season to start so the haters can actually have something to hate on instead of blowing **** way out of proportion.
There was nothing wrong with my English. Perhaps you need some Hooked on Phonics?Try again, this time in English.
Sure, it was "different."That was a different kind of talk. Did Lloyd ever call out the best QB in the NFL, bragging about how easy he is to make scared and freak out? I never heard anything like that from Lloyd. He gave the best players respect, like Brent Favre.
Well, I am in good company, because virtually everyone here thinks you are a douche. You are just so much more brilliant living in your mother's trailer than the rest of us "one-plane" and "one-dimensional" thinkers with two masters degrees.Why do you keep bringing up examples that are not applicable? Maybe you just don't know any better. You do seem to think on a one-plane, one-dimensional basis. I can't be mad at someone who literally just can't grasp these concepts. It's not your fault.
There is an old saying. "If you run into an a$$hole in the morning, you ran into an a$$hole. If you run into them all day long, YOU are the a$$hole."
Try to figure it out, a$$hole.
Right, and a Patriots-Steelers game was going to be a game of Scrabble until Clark made those comments.The level of animosity between the Raiders and Steelers could not be increased, so it mattered little that Noll called them a "criminal element." Those games were going to be pure wars regardless. Noll was just calling it like it was. Clark created an increased focus from the flat out cold stone killer of the NFL. Go ahead and make Brady ticked off and see where that gets you: a big, fat "L."
He is just working on his resume when he retires. He will be a full-time espn football analyst. Clark is an idiot at times though.
That game is a long way off, but I am already chalking it up for an "L."
In this context (that we have had difficulty stopping Brady, so it is idiotic to point out his "weaknesses"), I agree. I only take issue with the notion that talking trash about other players makes you more likely to lose.I think the problem is Brady pretty much owns our *** so for Clark to talk about his weakness when he can't even exploit them is pretty freaking comical.
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