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this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; Big Willie's up for votes next year!TWO-A-DEM' Ole' beloved Saints players In the H.O.F?WHO-DAT! I've yet to watch it past New Orleans native Marshall Faulk who I thought was genuine with his speech....

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Old 08-07-2011, 02:19 AM   #1
 
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Opinions on Enshrinement Speeches from 2011 H.O.F Inductees

Big Willie's up for votes next year!TWO-A-DEM' Ole' beloved Saints players In the H.O.F?WHO-DAT!

I've yet to watch it past New Orleans native Marshall Faulk who I thought was genuine with his speech.

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Old 08-07-2011, 11:00 PM   #2
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I heard Sharp, Faulk, and Sanders. I thought they were each genuine and did a good job.
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Old 08-08-2011, 02:39 PM   #3
 
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Richard Dent thanked everybody and whoever the "everybody" knew!Who was going to stop him?

I appreciated the stories they brought to the podium,I just wish I could've watched football when it was "Smashmouth" football!Chris "Hangman" Hanberger brought it;Clotheslines and all!

I've got a new found respect for Shannon Sharpe.I wonder if him promoting Sterling to the hall will do any good?

Les Richter was traded to the Rams from the Dallas Texans for 11,yes eleven players!!

Deion started off "poeming it up" with saying "This Game" about 48 times in a minute, breaking the former record of Jim Mora saying play-offs enough times for everybody to remember it for a lifetime.

Who is this "artist" forming those bust?He sure got Deion's down to a science!lmao
Love him or hate him Deion was a special talent.I just can't forgive him for how he used to kill us at the worst possible times.

NFL film pioneer Mr.Sabol seemed to be doing well @,what was it 94 years young?I'm glad he was able to be appreciated before he retired.

And In closing I'll leave ya'll with this.........

PUT BIG WILLIE IN!!!!!!!!!(the H.O.F that is) lol

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Richard Dent thanked everybody and whoever the "everybody" knew!Who was going to stop him?

I appreciated the stories they brought to the podium,I just wish I could've watched football when it was "Smashmouth" football!Chris "Hangman" Hanberger brought it;Clotheslines and all!

I've got a new found respect for Shannon Sharpe.I wonder if him promoting Sterling to the hall will do any good?

Les Richter was traded to the Rams from the Dallas Texans for 11,yes eleven players!!

Deion started off "poeming it up" with saying "This Game" about 48 times in minute breaking the former record of Jim Mora saying play-offs enough times for everybody to remember it for a lifetime.

Who is this "artist" forming those bust?He sure got Deion's down to a science!lmao
Love him or hate him Deion was a special talent.I just can't forgive him for how he used to kill us at the worst possible times.

NFL film pioneer Mr.Sabol seemed to be doing well @,what was it 94 years young?I'm glad he was able to be appreciated before he retired.

And In closing.........

PUT BIG WILLIE IN!!!!!!!!!(the H.O.F that is) lol
DEIONS BUST-- hahahahahaha! the artist mustve been one of his haters.... it looks mentally challenged!

-- I dont believe Deion's "mama mopping the floor story." I dont know why, I just kinda doubt... I dont know how to take him. I do like his "if your dreams arent bigger than you, you're not dreaming big enough" bit. So, at least I like this new positive, televangelistic, Deion. The old "This is MY HOUSE," Deion, I found obnoxious.

-- Shannon Sharpe brought tears to my eyes. That was heartwarming & sweet. And his bust actually looks like him. It lines up between the Bishop and the Rook. but seriously folks, I like his speech.

-- Marshall Faulk's was a home run also. Everyone should have a mom like Marshall Faulk's mom. Now thats a mom!

Les Richter & Chris Hanberger deserve their own threads.
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:14 PM   #5
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I agree. I liked Shannon's speech, very heart-warming. Watching Sterling's lip quiver while his brother praised him was very touching. I was impressed with Hamburger's wit...playfully bashing Shannon and Deion.

But for me, the clear highlite of the night was Faulk. He speaks so fluidly, and with such passion. Great, great speech.

What a night it must be for those guys. It really is an incredible honor, and I felt good for all the inductees, just watching them.
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This is True ( DEIONS BUST-- hahahahahaha! the artist mustve been one of his haters.... it looks mentally challenged! )

I'm not a big Shannon Sharp fan Mush Mouth. But boy his speech was good
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