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#31 Vandilay Industries

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Posted September 16 2012, 04:38 PM

Big Ben to Big Money for the TD. Nice.

I'm not going to claim credit for this line but here's what Jim Wexell tweeted on the play before:

"Cotchery is one tough dude. I would have fumbled four times on that play."
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 05:08 PM

Still wanna whine about those flags? :rolleyes:

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Posted September 16 2012, 05:15 PM

Still wanna whine about those flags? :rolleyes:

Ummm.... which one are you referring to, BG? The holding on the RB or the horsecollar? The holding was 50/50 but the horsecollar there is zero doubt about.

Your boy Landry seems to be out to prove he's a tough guy no matter if his dumb play correctly results in him being flagged routinely. :shrug:
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 05:43 PM

Wow. They called "illegal touching" and it was on the Jets instead of Ben.
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 05:52 PM

How the holy green FUCK do you throw a flag on that hit by Clark?
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 05:53 PM

The entire Jets' offense this game has been penalties.
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 06:11 PM

Botch job by the refs on the other side this time.

He was down before the fumble but he was also down in the backfield.
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 06:20 PM

Got it. When it's a positive play for the Steelers, it's the team playing well. When it's a positive play for the Jets, it's the refs screwing the Steelers. Thankfully we only play once in a while because that mentality is ridiculous.

Anyway, I'll say this: the refs were horrific both ways and it was embarrassing to watch. Also, the Steelers were the much better team today and deserved the win. Good game, Vandy and everyone else.

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Posted September 16 2012, 06:31 PM

Got it. When it's a positive play for the Steelers, it's the team playing well. When it's a positive play for the Jets, it's the refs screwing the Steelers. Thankfully we only play once in a while because that mentality is ridiculous.

Anyway, I'll say this: the refs were horrific both ways and it was embarrassing to watch. Also, the Steelers were the much better team today and deserved the win. Good game, Vandy and everyone else.


I think you missed my point on the last one, BG. I was saying that was a bad call that the refs missed that would have helped the Jets (Redman's knee being down).

Anyway, good game overall. Early in the season. Lots yet to be determined.
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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 06:44 PM

I think you missed my point on the last one, BG. I was saying that was a bad call that the refs missed that would have helped the Jets (Redman's knee being down).

Anyway, good game overall. Early in the season. Lots yet to be determined.

If it means anything, I've come to dislike Holmes as much as you do/did. And it's not because of his penchant for drawing flags...

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Posted September 16 2012, 07:23 PM

That's about how I feel as well. Also, the Steelers DF had better get used to playing without Polamalu and Harrison as I think both of these former DPOYs careers are just about done. Look for a big game out of Woodley and Timmons, which I think will happen. I also think the loss of Revis will give Ben the ability to pick on the mis-matches in the Jets secondary with our WRs. my prediction,...
Steelers 31 Jets 17

ANother thing, don't overlook the factor of teams coming off of wins playing teams coming off of losses early in the season. i.e the Packers and Bears. This game has the same type of feel to me.


Sideshow, my fello yinzer, I am really getting more and more disappointed with you. You really gotta get off Troy P.'s nutsack. He's not healthy, playing out of position, and without Ryan Clark and James Harrison. Harrison is getting old, so he maybe has 2-3 years left. Troy P. has more in the tank, unless concussions knock him out early.
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Posted September 16 2012, 07:26 PM

If it means anything, I've come to dislike Holmes as much as you do/did. And it's not because of his penchant for drawing flags...


It's just a shame that someone with so much talent offsets it with being such an egomaniacal team cancer.

Hey, here's a photo (admittedly can be misleading since it's a still shot) of the play we were discussing. It was close but I bet if you looked at it again you'd see him coming in and intentionally putting his head to the side. I can your side of it too. I just get irritated with them throwing flags on hard hits. Even with the silly flag that was thrown later in the game it was worth it to see Clark demolish Holmes over the middle.

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"No. And I hope I never do." -- WR Mike Wallace after meeting Mel Blount and asked if he'd ever seen a corner that big before, even at his age.

"He had no teeth and he was slobbering all over himself. I'm thinking, you can have your money back, just get me out of here. Let me go be an accountant. I can't tell you how badly I wanted out of here!" -- John Elway after getting knocked out of a game by Jack Lambert.

"I hate him. If that man was on fire and I had to piss to put him out, I wouldn't do it." - James Harrison referring to Roger Goodell.

"They get Alan Faneca. We get Chris Weinke. It never ends." - disillusioned Browns fan after the 2012 draft.


"Clark vaporized Griffin with a hit so hard that RG2 and RG1 must have felt it, too." - Craig Wolfley when referring to Ryan Clark crushing RG3 on a throwback play downfield.

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Posted September 16 2012, 07:27 PM

Got it. When it's a positive play for the Steelers, it's the team playing well. When it's a positive play for the Jets, it's the refs screwing the Steelers. Thankfully we only play once in a while because that mentality is ridiculous.

Anyway, I'll say this: the refs were horrific both ways and it was embarrassing to watch. Also, the Steelers were the much better team today and deserved the win. Good game, Vandy and everyone else.


I din't think the refs were that bad today. The worst call was the fantom P/I on the Holmes drop that might have actually been a catch/fumble if not for the flag. The thing that people are bitching about (in general) the replacement refs is that they're allowing more contact than in recent years. But that's happening in all the games, so it evens out. You are right though, and I appreciate you at least admitting that the Steelers played better. The difference in the game was that the Steelers overcame the penalties and mistakes, wheras the Jets didn't.
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Nick (Cleveland): As a Browns fan, my memories of Hines Ward will always be his [expletive] smile. There were so many times I wish someone on my beloved Browns could slap it off his face, but we never did. Now that he is retired, I can see myself always referring back to that smile. He was one of the greatest complete wide receivers I had the displeaure of watching bury my Browns year after year in his storied career. Glad to see him go out on a high note. Take care Hines! IMO, a sure fire Hall of Famer.

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Posted September 16 2012, 07:28 PM

Botch job by the refs on the other side this time.

He was down before the fumble but he was also down in the backfield.


Yeah, if they had ruled that a fumble, then Tomlin would have challenged his knee being down and won, so it would have still been Steelers ball. It was a no-win situation for the Jets.
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Nick (Cleveland): As a Browns fan, my memories of Hines Ward will always be his [expletive] smile. There were so many times I wish someone on my beloved Browns could slap it off his face, but we never did. Now that he is retired, I can see myself always referring back to that smile. He was one of the greatest complete wide receivers I had the displeaure of watching bury my Browns year after year in his storied career. Glad to see him go out on a high note. Take care Hines! IMO, a sure fire Hall of Famer.

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Posted September 16 2012, 07:56 PM

It's just a shame that someone with so much talent offsets it with being such an egomaniacal team cancer.

Hey, here's a photo (admittedly can be misleading since it's a still shot) of the play we were discussing. It was close but I bet if you looked at it again you'd see him coming in and intentionally putting his head to the side. I can your side of it too. I just get irritated with them throwing flags on hard hits. Even with the silly flag that was thrown later in the game it was worth it to see Clark demolish Holmes over the middle.

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I dunno. I'm way too out of it to watch a replay of that shitshow. All I know is Sanchez was never the same after that hit.

I din't think the refs were that bad today. The worst call was the fantom P/I on the Holmes drop that might have actually been a catch/fumble if not for the flag. The thing that people are bitching about (in general) the replacement refs is that they're allowing more contact than in recent years. But that's happening in all the games, so it evens out. You are right though, and I appreciate you at least admitting that the Steelers played better. The difference in the game was that the Steelers overcame the penalties and mistakes, wheras the Jets didn't.


That call on Holmes was by far one of the worst I've ever seen, I'll give you that. I didn't have a problem with the refs last week (and it wasn't because we won), but they were awful all-around today. Taking forever to make a simple call, spotting the ball incorrectly, getting flag happy, etc. However, I can't blame the refs for how the Jets played. They deserved to lose as bad as they did. The Steelers outclassed them on every level.

Congrats, Ward. Your team's definitely still got it. :yep:




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