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  1. HarkDawg

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    Report: Leon Washington to miss season


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    Leon Washington will miss the season with a broken fibula, according to Mike Florio of profootballtalk.
    Washington will undergo surgery in Oakland because the bone broke through his skin, raising fears for infection. It's a crushing loss for Washington, who has turned down competitive contract extension offers from the Jets. Broken bones usually don't mean long-term damage, though, and Washington is expected to recover in 12 weeks. Shonn Green will get more snaps and should be picked up in all available leagues. Oct. 25 - 7:34 pm et
    Source: PFT on NBCSports
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    You are the reason sports fans of opposing teams hate each other. A season-ending injury is no reason for a cute little smiley face next to the thread title. Shame on you.
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    #24 Jersey

    That's a bad break for the Jets.
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    it's new.


    just in 30 minutes ago. Ppl were like that w/ Brady...

    I do not care about any other team's feelings or well being but my own team(s)



    :singing:
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    A smiley face for a broken leg? I've seen enough vacuous posts from HarkDawg, but this takes the cake. Washington is a good player.
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    but we can agree it was a cute smiley face? Right?? :)
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    It's not about hurting other teams' or fans' feelings. It's about having the brainpower not to work yourself up into shameless glee over an injury suffered by a damn professional athlete.
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    #24 Jersey

    Get ready for people around here to act like he's paralyzed for life buddy :rolleyes:
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    who is damaging to the Pats well being. He is no longer a threat.
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    agreed

    I came here to post the exact same thing
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    tought loss for the jets
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    #24 Jersey

    I'd have to agree with Crypto here, never wanna see injuries. At the end of the day, it's only a game.

    But it's not that big of a deal either, I'd bet over at JI they'd do the same exact thing. I always like to consider the NEP a class organization though, from the front office all the way down to the fan base.

    That said, we should only be happy in private;)
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    OP, you're a pitiful scumbag. Cheering a players injury? You give Patriots fans a bad name and are no better than that piece of sh!t who made the "Bernard Pollard Fan Club" t-shirt. Go to hell.
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    Injuries suck regardless of who gets them, or what team they play for. You never want to be happy that a tremendous player got hurt. It's against the competitive nature of the game to look for a team to loose a key player. I'd want to play a team as tough as the opponent can field.
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    I agree, only a dirtbag would cheer for an injury.
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    Broken bones heal, it's not a big deal. Why do you guys root against Mangini, him getting fired after this season will be more debilitating to his career than Washington's broken bone will be. Washington will be 100% by next year, if Mangini is fired he is done forever, most likely, as a HC. Go root for Mangini too.
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    everybody against the PATS was feeling great when Brady went down.

    I am the bad guy?

    for being like them?
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    What he said.
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    Tough loss for the Jets, frigging great news for us.
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    You mean like the Pitt "fan" who created the "I love Bernard Pollard" T-shirts last year? When Brady went down last year the unabashed joy of fans as displayed on message boards from opposing teams was more than palpable. I used to feel badly about this sort of stuff, but not any more. I don't like to see it happen, but I also don't lament it.
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    everybody forgets about this^^^^^^^^^
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    Disable Jersey

    The ignore feature is perfect for times such as this.
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    In short; yes. Let's act like men here and not bring ourselves to their level.
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    Just reading that makes me faint. Yikes
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    not the same thing at all. one guy is playing hard for his team, the other used a personal issue to try and taint everything the pats had accomplished.
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    Mangini is not the best example because unlike Washington Patriot fans have reasons to dislike him that transcend what occurs on the football field.
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    I don't pay much attention to other teams, but it's different to dislike a hypocritical snake of a coach and to applaud a genuinely talented and uncontroversial player's injury.

    Oh, no, it was just too stupid to respond to. By your logic it would be okay for the Jews to massacre non-Jewish (whatever that means) Germans.
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    My point on Mangini is you're rooting against his ability to continue his livliehood at this level, sports is all about rooting for and against and football is a violent sport. When it comes to injuries that affect the lifetime well being of a person, I would never root for it even for my most hated player (that's you, Peyton). But for injuries that should heal, all best are off.
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    Apples, i'd like to introduce you to Oranges.

    My only issue with Leon Washington is the team that pays him. Mangini set in motion a sh!tstorm for the sole purpose of making his former boss and friend look foolish in the eyes of the league.
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    Personally BF, I root against Mangini because Belichick was kind enough to give him an opportunity from the get go. Mangini was just a kid etc, Bill gave him all of life's opportunities as far as NFL jobs/coaching go.

    It was the NYJ who pretty much started the whole 'filming' of the down/scheme thing IIRC. Mangini shouldn't be a head coach IMO, and I root against him and hope he's exposed everyday. And when he is, he'll most likely never be a Head coach again. The disrespect he showed when biting the hand that fed him will come back to haunt him.

    I agree with some of the other posters who were shamed by the OP's comments, but I don't think it should be a 'big thing' either. Nothing more than a little bit of bad judgement. Even as a fan base, we represent this organization--and it should be with class.
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