Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by ColumbaAndromeda, Jan 7, 2007.
You don't see this too often
is it for Darrent?
i saw the Seahawks + Cowboys do it aswell
"Chad, you can totally be my 3rd stringer next year... we just need to get a ring for Vinny"
EDIT : I was trying to make a funny, but RIP Darrent.
Is it really? If so, thats awesome.
A picture really is worth a thousand words.
im not sure it is..im wondering myself but my guess would that it is
At least the players have class.. unlike a few of the fans.
why the *bleep* media not provide more details on this instead of concentrating on coaches hugs and kisses ??
Because the media kinda stinks.. they like fights.
see why we have Michael Irvin and the Truman Show (except we are following TO).
yeah on the broncos forums 1 of them pointed out that in the end when they had the moment of silence..all you heard was "J-E-T-S" chant
I hope the NFL Network does a special on this. Just because the events surrounding it could be considered "thug" or "untasteful", it is happening to young people nonetheless and the whole gun-toting image should be de-glamourized. Not to settle "beefs" but only to defend if you're in danger and to hunt if you need to eat.
All the players did this at the end of the Jax game too, Pats & Jax players came together at the end, seemed like some type of prayer circle or something after that game.
where's the press on this? I seriously only heard about this in this thread, and I've watched a good portion of every playoff game. am i blind?
Then most of us are. It just didn't get good coverage.
Nope. The media blows though. That's why i like message boards. You get the real info (unless it's about injuries here).
I thought prayers at midfield were common with just about every game?
I don't want to detract from the theme of this thread but...
Bill Belichick knocking away a commie pig globe cameraman was my great post game moment. :rocker:
Sorry I hate the Globe almost as much as I hate Mass. democrats.
Oh wait, I'm not sorry
Players have been praying after games for 20 years, if not longer. I'm not sure why everyone's panties are in such a wad over it.
Well I presumed it only happened among teammates. Cross-team praying is new to me...
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