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    Quote Originally Posted by birtikidis View Post
    Wallace didn't have much production, but he took the focus off the other guys quite a bit.
    A poll dancer could take the focus off the other guys for a whole lot less $$$



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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonie View Post
    Never understood the dislike of Mendenhall. Quality back. Sure could have used him today. Even Dwyer would have been okay. Issac Redman is the worst back in the NFL.
    Not implying that Mendy was without his errors in judgment, but I thought he was mismanaged by Tomlin and staff. Just an opinion.



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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    c'mon guys. ike's one of the best cover guys in football. and troy is arguably the best defensive player in the game. both those guys can help us win now even during the rebuild. ben + troy are capable of carrying this team to a championship if they stay healthy.
    Agree with Flippy on this.



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    MW having a great game 2; 7 for 70yds at the half. All that crying must have gotten coaches attention...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DukieBoy View Post
    A poll dancer could take the focus off the other guys for a whole lot less $$$
    Yea bc that's a viable option.
    Not yet anyway but Rog may wanna add some wwf flavor
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    Think there's a lot of fines and suspensions now?
    add strippers 8-|
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    Quote Originally Posted by birtikidis View Post
    Think there's a lot of fines and suspensions now?
    add strippers 8-|
    Kind of like that scene toward the end of "Slapshot" ... that would draw fines in Goodell's NFL.



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    Mundy just got a fumble recovery. What's with the Steeler's performing when they leave now?

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    http://www.newsday.com/sports/footba...fine-1.6104374

    Willie Colon avoids suspension, not fine

    Thursday September 19, 2013 3:15 PM By Greg Logan



    “The good news,” Willie Colon said Thursday in the Jets’ locker room, “is that I’m not suspended. But I was fined.”
    A lot? “Yeah. I’m going to appeal.”
    Newsday's Kimberley Martin learned from an NFL source the amount of the fine is $35,000.
    The Jets’ guard was caught up in a melee near the end of the loss to the Patriots a week ago that began when center Nick Mangold dove at New England defensive back Aqib Talib as he was going out of bounds after intercepting a pass. When the Pats gathered around Mangold, Colon and tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson came to his defense as a scrum erupted.
    Colon said the league told him he was fined for making contact with a referee and for firing a few jabs at opposing players. Because he was focused on defending Mangold, Colon said, he didn’t feel the referee trying to pull him away and was unaware he had pushed an official off of him.
    Earlier this week, Ferguson was hit with a $15,000 fine for his role. As for Mangold, he said he hasn’t yet heard from the league about any disciplinary action and remains “cautiously optimistic.”
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