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  1. Uncle Rico

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    If Wes wants to sign with the Steelers or Browns (or Patriots), she is off to a good start.
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    Well, she isn't exactly wrong...
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    Waves should stay out of it.

    As for Welker; when he's dropping catches he deserves and should take all the criticism he gets dished out.
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    I have no problem with it. Sounds a little like sour grapes, but the Ravens sure had a lot ot say after the game. I've never bought into the Lewis BS anyway. His crocodile tears arent fooling me.
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    A ***** is a *****.
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    I don't blame her. She's just as frustrated and angry as her hubby and his team, not to mention all the fans. Besides, calling out Lewis' hypocrisy and showboating is the media's job, and they've been pretty neglectful in that department.
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    A wife who sticks by her husband. What the **** is the problem with that? Who wouldn't want that?
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    I can see myself doing the exact same thing.
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    I'm glad she wrote it. Suggs spouts his childish BS and the Patriots just sit back and never respond. I'm tired of stuff like Suggs and Ayanbadejo spew and no one ever responds. Well, my feeling is that a lack of response can often be legitimately viewed as agreement with what was said. Eff that.
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    Good for her. My wife would do the same for me. Wes has a good woman next to him.
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    Ray Lewis is way over the top with all his Sunday School Emotions. You would think that with all the s--t he's gotten away that he would be an incredibly low key guy who just does his job.

    Last nite his big tear/pain/agony/plastic passion during the National Anthem was outright embarrassing. I guess he drapes himself in religion and patriotism in order to wipe away his past and garner a true blood American audience.

    His support of NFL players is to be praised but this other side of him tells an opposite kind of a story.
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    As long as everything she says is aimed toward players on other teams, then I don't care. It's when their husbands' teammates get involved that I don't like it.
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    She's right. No problem with that.

    But, at the end of the day, it was lack of execution that let the thugs win. I just wish we smacked 'em back a little.
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    It's sad that the wives of the team have to stick up for our guys.

    This probably isn't too popular on here, but I think Belichick effectively neuters our guys. They can't say anything before the game and I think they're afraid to during it less they end up in the dog house unable to return onto the field if they get a penalty.

    Look at our last three horrific losses Jets, Giants, Ravens all three talked **** before the game and came on the field and pushed us around. We talk like gentlemen and play like it.

    This team got smashed in the mouth last night and has no balls to respond, partly because of how they are coached.
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    Yeah, and the Texans did as much talking as any team before the regular season matchup, got blown out, and did plenty more talking before the playoff game. That sure served them well.
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    Nothing wrong with that, but it does make Welker look like a pussss.
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    I don't know about that.

    "Don't enter in to it, let your pads do the talking."
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    Good point. The Jets have won so many Championships with loud mouthed swagger.
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    They've certainly whooped our ass when it mattered most with that swagger. I'm not saying we need to become the Jets, just that we need to find some balls along the road if were ever going to win another ring with BB and Brady
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    You really need to actually think about what you're posting before you post it
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    Uh? If you think this offense or defense has the right mind set to play in the play offs you're out of your mind.
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    Once upon a time we had some guys who could deftly talk back without sinking to a mouthy opponents level. Of course back then we could back that exchange up. Either Bill never liked it and merely tolerated it or he doesn't think we have those guys now. I think he crossed the line when he benched Welker for his clever footsie remarks. This team is now generally wound too tight trying to make the scheme work perfectly when it's generally lack of talent due to roster construction or injury that makes that task so daunting if not impossible. Guys play their best when they are well prepared and put in position to win and allowed to play to their talent and instincts while adhering to the broader general discipline of the scheme. He used to remind them back when it was a more veteran team that it was supposed to be fun to play the game and having fun and performing at a high level weren't mutually exclusive. I think he's forgotten that again. He's becomming increasingly risk adverse and his players are reflecting that.

    As for Ray and Anna's comments relating to him, Ray was a guy who valued his street cred above all else until it almost cost him his career and any post career ambitions. He adapted his act to maintain all three and two murderers got off in the process. Thugs, bible thumpers and fans of football as entertainment all relate to him equally. The league and the networks are prepared to embrace him as a beacon of redemption. Personally I've seen enough of his tears, his theatrics, not to mention his tonsils and nostrils thanks to NBC last evening, to last a lifetime. I'm sure he has done some good. Most NFL stars are conditioned to these days. I generally root for the NFC when we aren't the last AFC team standing. This post season will be no different.
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    Upon hearing Suggs reaction after the game, I am really praying that the niners take them. Sounds like this was their SB from the way they are behaving. ....Yesterday Lewis came across as really phony when he was crying during the Anthem. That was all for the cameras and nothing else. Good for Welkers wife, at least some people are not blinded by his act and can see it for what it is!!
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    I, on the other hand, do know about that. And like another poster said, Belichick effectively neuters the team.
    But then again, ya gotta be a fool to try to bring psychology into the conversational fray on a freaking football board. You're likely to hear a collective overhead whoosh.
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    The only point that should be taken away from this is that these people we put on pedestals and say great things about are, for the most part, bums. The only difference between Antonio Cromartie and Lewis is 4 women, 4 children, and a murder charge.

    At the same time, I don't know much if anything about either one. They may be great men, but they could also be bums. Just playing football does not make them worthy of admiration.

    People need to realize these are entertainers, and nothing more. The fact that we pay so much attention and give them so much money, actually makes us the fools...
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    How could Tom and Wes take bridge night seriously? No way you could just stick to the card game.
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    Wes's wife just posted an apology ...

    "I apologize to Ray Lewis and his family for my comments. In no way did I mean for them to be mean or hurtful. I'm embarrassed for being a sore loser. I wish Ray and the Ravens good luck. Lesson learned!"
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    I would add speaking ability to this list.
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    Yeah nothing she said was untrue. I see nothing wrong with this, the way the media portrays Lewis as a role model is what's disgusting.
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