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  1. Frezo

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    #50 Jersey

    No, not Clint. What person(s) have you not forgiven for what they did to the Pats or us the fans? A recent mention of Terry Glenn comes to mind. It could be anybody from players, coaches, media, anything goes. I'll never forgive Tomase and the Steelers fan that did the Brady tee shirts. May there a major pox on both of them.
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    I don't mind Terry Glenn. Not at all.

    Adam Vinatieri bugs me though.
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    I have a feeling Tomase will be the most popular answer...
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    TomASSe.

    10 char
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    Jack Tatum, Ben Dreith.............
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    Another two good ones.
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    Disable Jersey

    Tatum
    Dreith
    Tomase
    Mangini
    Goodell
    Parcells


    Seems like the start of a pretty interesting poll.
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    Very good list. :rocker:
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    Guy who thought up NFL rookie flag football on the beach at the Pro Bowl…, Chuck Fairbanks,
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    UGH......... David Tyree
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    The crooked zebra who threw the PI flag against A$$ante in Denver;

    The crooked zebra who threw the OPI flag against Troy Brown in Indy;

    The crooked zebra who didn't throw the PI flag against Kelvin Hayden in the same game;

    The crooked zebras who didn't throw Off. Holding flags against the Jints' OL;

    The crooked zebra who threw the PI flag against Darius Butler in Indy (again);

    Any other crooked zebras I missed?
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    Tony Masserotti AND Two Bellys Tomase...and Don Shula
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    How did you forget the PI call against Ellis Hobbs in Indy??
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    The only player from NE that I was most upset about leaving was Curtis Martin.
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    I agree whole heartedly with the list to this point. Then I would add:

    Bernard Pollard

    Bobby Grier

    The Houston Texans' facilities manager.
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    No Jersey Selected

    All the above, plus Tony Eason.
  17. HEY BRO! WHAT UP?

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    The legendary penalty the refs made up that day called "face guarding". Might be one of the worst playoff calls in history.
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    Eugene Chung ... That's right I said it ..

    Pat Harlow too ..
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    #18 Jersey

    I haven't quite forgiven God for SB42 yet.
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    That's a good one.
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    Massarrotti
    Tomase
    Mangini
    Tom Jackson
    Matt Walsh
    Joey Porter
    The Ref who didn't call in holding on Howard's kick return in SB XXXI
    Mark Schlereth
    Reche Caldwell
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    gets my tick
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    Bill Polian for his "ref influencing" which at the end of the day resulted in many bad calls agaisnt the pats over the years....

    goodell would be another
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    Bernard Pollard.

    Ruining two of my favorite player's knees, in consecutive seasons.
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    Bill Polian for bastardizing a once gritty game into the NBA with pads because his soft ass team couldn't play real football. He's probably the only person involved with the NFL I actually want to punch in the head until both my hands break.

    Mike Effin Carey for calling in the grasp and roughing super tight all night and making a non-call with a clearly game ending in the grasp call directly in front of him. This was of course after he was calling holds super tight all night (not his job, btw) and neglected to call them on the drive from hell.
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    You don't like professional arena ball?
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    Haha don't get me started dude. I have a special kind of hatred reserved for Polian for turning professional football into a circus sideshow.
  28. Brady2Welker

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    I just think its absolutely, completely, retarded that the competition committee passes rules to enhance the passing game the way they did. Especially when the leader of this committee is the GM of a franchise with arguably one of the best pure passers of all time. That just blows my mind, every time.
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    easy answer for me.

    Curtis Martin

    I was crushed when he left, still am actually.
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    It's truly amazing. What really is impressive to me is that the other members (many of whom represented defensive teams) allowed him to push that agenda through. It must have been one of those "Jesus Christ, Polian won't shut up about this, so let's just let him have his way. I'm hungry, it's been a long day, I just wanna go bang my wife and eat a sandwich." type situations. I'm just hoping that this dramatic swing will eventually normalize. I hope there's some internal demand for defense because this one sided game is becoming extremely boring.
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