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  1. Brady_to_Moss

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    Pollard is a POS. If you look at the clip of him tackling Gronk, very slowly, you can see him cranking on his leg, after he was down, he was trying to injure him.
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    I saw that too. It's like he was trying to do it without getting caught. Think we should do a 5 tight end set and aim them straight for him.
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    Normally wishing injury on someone is frowned upon around here.

    In this case.

    I hope he gets a really really really bad flu.
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    He is one person I make an exception for in the "Don't wish ill of others" genre of platitudes.
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    Hopefully he can "catch it" from Gronk, that way we'd be sure of a relapse.
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    The inmates continue to run the asylum in Baltimore..
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    1. The tackle on Gronk was nowhere near dirty.

    2. If he knocks A.J. Green out, my fantasy team will take a big, hot dump.
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    When did a safety saying that his team was going to lay big hits on opponents coming across the middle become something controversial?
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    I think the strain of FLU he deserves is BIRD FLU :D
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    Not if you watch it in super duper gooper slow mo, you can clearly see that he was stabbing him in the ankle with an ice pick, and banging his ankle with a baseball bat.:rolleyes::rolleyes:
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    I too watched it in super duper slow mo but I also notice Tonya Harding running on the field and hitting Gronk's leg with a bat.;)
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    Most likely when that safety has a well documented history of dirty plays. If Reed had said it, I'm guessing it's no big deal.
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    As long as i know myself, i never wished for a player to be injuerd or somthing. but pollard, he's somthing els.
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    Pollard's an idiot. Now officials will just be watching him with a flag in hand. And then, when a few get thrown, he'll be a typical Raven and cry to the media about how they were playing against the refs out there. He's just sticking to the script.

    I don't have an inherent problem with what he said - if just about any other player in the league said it, I wouldn't care. Would seem ill-advised, since refs watch for hits on defenseless receivers so closely nowadays, but that's about it. But since it's him, he can still go to hell.
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    Yeah, I saw that. Thought it was interested that, after he hit him in the ankle with a baseball bat, he hopped in a steamroller and flattened Gronk's leg then shot some photon torpedoes from rocket launchers attached to his forearm into the crowd.
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    I think Pollard is a DB of the highest order. And I also think there's nothing wrong with what he said here.
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    Like V, I don't believe in coincidence.

    List the 3 very best top 3 Players on the Patriots roster.

    Pollard has taken all three of them out..

    Yes, I fully believe it's possible for a professional NFL player to be smart and quick-reacting enough to hide the fact that they are trying to cause an injury.


    EDIT: But there's nothing wrong with what he said here.
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    Yah! Yah! I saw that, too! I thought it was just me!
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    We all saw it BUT he flashy thinged us with one of those pens from men in black. You do know he is an alien, right.
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    Yes, he is a Defensive Back.
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    All of this Pollard hate is unfounded.
    Everyone knows he doesn't actually know how to play football. We can't fault him for that.
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    you had me going until you mentioned the photon torpedoes...




    ...then you really had me.
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    Nope. A chop block would suffice nicely. Career ending would be doubly good.
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    Ordinarily I would agree with you. But WHO said it trumps that.

    POS needs to have an afternoon tea with Lady Justice and Lady Karma. Hopefully week 1.

    But in a game not involving the Pats, I'll settle for at least one undeserved late hit/defenseless receiver penalty as a result of 'open mouth insert foot disease'.
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    Homering to the extreme. Nothing wrong with it...quit being paranoid.

    Reading the quote, he was hardly 'wishing injury' on the guy. He just said he's going to smack him across the middle.

    If he backs his talk p, so he ***** what? I played DB and trash talked on the field a tonne...saying similar things to try and phase a guy...and providing you back your talk up, no one cares.

    Pats fans need to stop holding a grudge and quit whining.

    Brady's injury was a long time ago...yes he lunged at his knee but it's probably what most would have done. You're paid to get at the QB so you do it. Very few people go out to actually seriously injure someone.
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    Where did I say he was wishing injury on Green.

    I said that I wouldn't wish injury on Pollard.

    Apology accepted in advance.
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