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  1. PatsRule

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    I dont know if this has already been posted but Steve young should shut his pie hole..

    Good article check it out:

    http://www.coldhardfootballfacts.com...he_closet.html
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    I did some more research and here are my results that didn't make the radio:

    Steve Youngs’s regular season career as a starter 1991-1998, during that time frame:

    SF scored 50 points or more: 4 times

    SF scored 40 points or more: 13 times

    SF defeated opponents by a margin of 30 points or greater: 14 times
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    Sounds like those concussions really have taken a toll on ole Stevie's memory :rolleyes:
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    What's his email? Somebody needs to throw these stats in his face and ask for accountability! What do you say to this Stevie?
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    I remember Steve Young going on and on ranting about the "Cheating" by videotaping, when his camera mate, The Tuna wryly observed that it was well known that the 49ers scripted their first 15 plays, when he played there.

    Tuna thought it was extraordinary, bordering on incredible, that the Giant's radios ALWAYS went out on the first play, when they played the 49ers. And didn't return, until after the first fifteen plays were run by the 49ers.

    Young looked at him, and turned beet red, and then SHUT UP!
    :bricks:
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    Steve is an over emotional girl.
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    If it is pointed out he will never retract.. just another fool striving for the ratings.. it is all about the money.
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    The difficulties faced by the Patriots when opponents keep giving the ball back are not that different with the situations faced by Steve Young's 49ers teams. At some point you try to burn up the clock and you keep ending up in the endzone due to the ineptitude of the other team. What's a coach to do ??

    Many of complaints about Steve Young are legitimate, but a few of the references are distorted. Steve Young was on the bench with about 12 minutes remaining in the 49-26 Superbowl win over San Diego leaving Elvis Grbac to finish the game. The 49ers didn't score after Young left.

    Prior the 52-13 game in 1991 against Chicago both Montana and Young had been injured. The last touchdown was thrown by the 4th string QB, Bill Musgrave when SF was playing mostly 3rd string players. (The 3rd string QB was Steve Bono.) The Bears defense was so bad that night they couldn't stop the 3rd and 4th stringers.

    Nevertheless, Mike Ditka got off on a rant after the game on national TV. The loss resulted in Chicago having to play a wild card game, instead of having a week off and playing at home.

    The one concern the Patriots should have is that neither Matt Cassel nor Matt Gutierrez is ready to manage the clock in a game that the Patriots already have in hand. Belichek made the right call sending Brady back into the game after Cassel threw an INT for a TD. Apparently most of the press doesn't get it, the Patriots need to develop a competent backup for Brady and until that happens he will stay in the game and the Patriots will continue to score.

    If the other teams feel so bad about getting beaten when they come unprepared, they should quit the NFL and join the LSFL (liberal socialist football league) where everybody is equal, both teams get a win and everyone makes the playoffs.
     
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    Re: Steve Young = Hyprocrite

    Sup Jons :) It's SoCalZX2. I posted on our car site a response to your post there in our NFL thread. I guess I'll state it here, even though you've kinnda covered it.

    It's no different then the distorted view of the media / other teams fans about NE running up the score. Brady's been pulled is both big blow outs and left 12ish minutes of managed clock by the backups.
     
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    Re: Article from Cold,Hard,Football Facts..

    :)

    10101010
     
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    Re: Article from Cold,Hard,Football Facts..

    I saved that to my computer forever. What an amazing article. The line about the 49ers treating the Falcons the way you treat the water in your toilet bowl still has me laughing.
     
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    Re: Article from Cold,Hard,Football Facts..

    I submitted it to digg. please "digg it" so people read it!!!

    :rocker:
     
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    Re: Article from Cold,Hard,Football Facts..

    Fargin awesome,Roman....he he
     
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    Re: Article from Cold,Hard,Football Facts..

    Me too. Most media types seem to live by the motto, "Never let facts get in the way of a good argument". It's great when someone does the research and calls them on it.
     
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