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Chadman
01-25-2011, 10:17 AM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

SidSmythe
01-25-2011, 10:33 AM
Yeah he's a sucky hater!!!

ikestops85
01-25-2011, 10:36 AM
Now I know why some call him Whines Hard. What a whiney biotch. :roll:

SidSmythe
01-25-2011, 10:50 AM
how is he even on this team still??? if it wasn't for him we would have won the superbowl already. waste of a roster spot

anger 82&95
01-25-2011, 11:56 AM
how is he even on this team still??? if it wasn't for him we would have won the superbowl already. waste of a roster spot
Not only is he a recalcitrant whiner, he never makes the “big catch” when required, he can’t block and he treats the rookie wide receivers like dirt.

aggiebones
01-25-2011, 12:47 PM
"Grandmas were kissing me. "


I heard from my wife who loves him that there was a rumor he took those grannies home and plied them with drinks and took advantage of them. I hate him soo much...cause my wife loves him.

:stirpot

Wolfhound45
01-25-2011, 01:50 PM
Thanks for posting Chadman. Just another reason why I absolutely hate "Whines Hard." Cannot wait to see him cut from this team and run out of Pittsburgh. A complete and utter loser! Would love to slap that silly grin off of his face!

:stirpot

:P

Crash
01-25-2011, 02:34 PM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

Did he apologize for saying Ben's suspension was justified yet?

Until then? I don't care about his PR crap.

fordfixer
01-25-2011, 10:31 PM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

Did he apologize for saying Ben's suspension was justified yet?

Until then? I don't care about his PR crap.
Your record is stuck again

fordfixer
01-25-2011, 10:32 PM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

Did he apologize for saying Ben's suspension was justified yet?

Until then? I don't care about his PR crap.
Your record is stuck again

fordfixer
01-25-2011, 10:32 PM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

Did he apologize for saying Ben's suspension was justified yet?

Until then? I don't care about his PR crap.
Your record is stuck again

Wolfhound45
01-25-2011, 11:17 PM
Your record is stuck again

:P

Irongut
01-26-2011, 12:43 AM
Hines Ward
Wow. What can I say. Last night was awesome. The crowd was crazy. And I jumped into the stands to celebrate with the fans, just like I promised. Grandmas were kissing me. Even dudes were kissing my head. Crazy! LOL. But words can't descibe the feeling we had last night. Definitely a night to remember. Last night was for YOU! Thank yo...u for all you do!


Bastard- always trashing the team, Ben & the city of Pittsburgh...

:stirpot

Did he apologize for saying Ben's suspension was justified yet?

Until then? I don't care about his PR crap.
Ben even accepted it.

hawaiiansteel
01-26-2011, 03:32 AM
Super Bowl 2011: Hines Ward Could Retire If the Pittsburgh Steelers Win

By Alan Shimel (Correspondent) on January 24, 2011

http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/images/photos/001/119/444/97805986_crop_340x234.jpg?1295912109


What a bittersweet moment we could see in Dallas if the Steelers win. Just like the "Bus" before him, if the Steelers win the Super Bowl will we see Hines Ward call it a day on his legendary, Hall of Fame career? I think so.

After all, it will be Hines' third Super Bowl ring. He already has a Super Bowl MVP on his mantle. He already owns most of the Steelers receiving records. He is generally acclaimed as the best blocking receiver of all time. All of this adds up to an almost automatic first-round selection to the Hall of Fame in Canton.

Yes, there will be some who say Hines is not worthy of a first-round Hall of Fame selection. Some say he is a dirty player. Some say that his numbers don't compare to Jerry Rice, TO and some of the other receivers of this era.

But Hines played the bulk of his career on a predominantly running team. Until Ben Roethlisberger came along, he really didn't play with a QB who could throw the ball well. Accomplishing what he has accomplished given those facts, there is no doubt that Hines should be a first-ballot HOF inductee.

But why retire now? Why not? What else does Hines have to prove? Another Super Bowl maybe? Perhaps. But like Bettis, John Elway and others before them, going out on top is a great way to cap a legendary career.

Also, when better time for Hines to retire than now when it looks like the Steelers are stacked at receiver like no time since the Swann/Stallworth years? This year saw the torch passed to Mike Wallace as the leading receiver on the Steelers.

http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/article/media_slots/photos/000/126/595/105636475_crop_340x234.jpg?1295912188

In only his second year, it is obvious that Wallace could give the Steelers the speedy deep threat that they haven't had in a long time. But more than that, Wallace is not afraid to go over the middle and make the tough catches too. He has already stepped up as a leader among the other young receivers on the team as well. Ward's mentoring has left a career long impression on Wallace of how to be a Steeler.

Behind Wallace the Steelers seem to have struck draft-pick gold with Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio "AB" Brown. These two kids remind me of Swann and Stallworth like no one else. They both have big careers in front of them in the NFL.

So with one receiver in only his second year and two rookies, the Steelers seem set at wide receiver for years to come. On top of that, Randle El is still around as the veteran and Limas Sweed comes back from his Achilles injury next year.

Hines has schooled all of these young receivers on what it means to be an NFL player and more than that, what it means to be a Steeler. They will remember his words and he can always come to training camp and teach the next generation. His legacy will live on with this great new crop of Steelers wideouts.

So Hines can rest easy. He would be leaving at the top of the heap and leaving the Steelers in a great position to carry on his legacy of great Steelers wideouts.

As much as I would hate to see him leave, it would be the best time for Hines to ride off with all of his awards and records at the top of the heap, as a No. 1, a legend among legends and perhaps the greatest Steelers receiver of all time!

If you are a true Steelers fan, you can't blame him and would only say, "Hines, thanks for the memories."

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/5836 ... super-bowl (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/583634-hines-ward-could-retire-if-the-pittsburgh-steelers-win-the-super-bowl)

Djfan
01-26-2011, 09:11 AM
Isn't he just a few yards short of 10,000 receiving yards? If so, I bet he returns to accomplish that.

RuthlessBurgher
01-26-2011, 02:35 PM
Isn't he just a few yards short of 10,000 receiving yards? If so, I bet he returns to accomplish that.

He already has 11,702 receiving yards.

But he is 46 catches short of 1000 for his career.