Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by borg, Oct 19, 2006.
BB/Pioli are funny dudes.
Hold onto your hats everyone - - this is getting good.
Should be a cause celebre right up until the game in November!
That is too funny.
I case I don't say it enough, I just freakin' LOVE our organization. That is about the funniest thing I've read in weeks.
Right back at 'ya there, Polian :rofl:
Stick that in you pipe and smoke it, Napolian.
This is definitely more to prove a point than them actually fearing for the safety of their employees, god love 'em.
Let me guess Bill Polian is a type AAA personality I would think.
"Hello CVS Pharmacy? Yes, this is Mrs. Polian, my husband desperately needs his valium prescription refilled tonight. PLEASE, as soon as possible, when can we pick it up.....?"
LOL!! That is hilarious!!
Look who breaks the national story.
T.C. having some fun with it!
We need to start a "Polian Sucks" chant that night!
this has been, the best post in months.
When you stop to think about it,
it is amazing that the league should pick as its anointed franchise
a team owned by the guy who stole out of Baltimore under cover of darkness
and whose operating boss is this madman, affectionately dubbed NaPolian.
(Whoever may doubt my premise ...
kindly explain the officiating in the AFC championship game last season.)
Polian is a piece of crap anyway, he deserves all the scorn and humiliation that can be heaped on him. I hope the Pats keep it up.
Early returns from the farmboys - seems they get the humor too!
Edited 30 minutes later:
OK, the real farmboys have come in from feeding the hogs and the whole thing is just going over their cute little pointy heads:
Great quotes you guys:
Great stuff guys:rocker: All I can say is that while reading this story I just sat back and smiled--then i began to chuckle as i imagine Napolian's face while reading this story. Someone want to forward this thread to him Well mabey not becuase he would complain to the NFL and try and get patsfans banned.
This was great:
During the 2003 regular season, Indianapolis complained that Patriots linebacker Willie McGinest milked a late-game injury to allow a Patriots substitution. McGinest was later involved in a stirring, game-ending fourth-down stop of Edgerrin James. During the 2003 AFC Championship, Polian went ballistic while watching the Patriots strong-arm Indianapolis receivers. A "rules emphasis" was instituted in 2004 that was dubbed the "Ty Law Rule" after the Patriots corner who picked off Peyton Manning three times that day.
In visits to New England, Polian has been demonstrative in the press box, swinging his fists, throwing off his suit coat and pounding the counter in front of him.
Last year, when Patriots backup quarterback Doug Flutie scrambled around during the last play of a 40-21 Colts win at Foxborough, Polian said, "Break his leg."
It will be great when they come to the razor:rocker:
Are the Pats even allowed to do this? Wasn't there a "rules clarification" about teams filing any sort of action against Napolian?
Maybe it's time to start drug testing GM's - Or anger management.
Wouldn't there be a restraining order in a situation like this?
Like he couldn't get within 1000 feet of the pressbox?
"Last year, when Patriots backup quarterback Doug Flutie scrambled around during the last play of a 40-21 Colts win at Foxborough, Polian said, "Break his leg."
Are you freaking kidding me? (calls Uncle Sal)...
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