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this is a discussion within the NFL Community Forum; And where's the hate for Lance Moore, Mark Ingram, and Jimmy Graham? Lance and Mark put on a dance exhibition after every TD. Jimmy makes it a point to dunk. No alley-oop for a lineman. I support it all man. ...

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Old 08-06-2013, 11:58 AM   #21
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Re: Officials warn players: Spinning the ball can result in a penalty

And where's the hate for Lance Moore, Mark Ingram, and Jimmy Graham?

Lance and Mark put on a dance exhibition after every TD. Jimmy makes it a point to dunk. No alley-oop for a lineman.

I support it all man. If I was fortunate if to still be playing I'd be having the time of my life celebrating too.
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:30 PM   #22
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Re: Officials warn players: Spinning the ball can result in a penalty

Chest bumps are next. And pats on the ass will become sexual harassment.
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Originally Posted by rezburna View Post
T.O. and Ocho are just as upset, if not more when they're team loses a game. Nobody plays the game wanting to lose. And people who don't celebrate are just as prone to a me 1st mentality then someone who does. Its actually more commonplace then you think. Leaving a team for more money and going to the highest bidder is an indicator. Holding out on your team. Etc. Everybody is out for themselves and their future. Its a GAME. Goodell is a stick in the mud.

I never said one thing about winning or losing, being upset about losing and thinking you are a 1 man team are two completely different items.

Changing teams for career advancement has nothing to do with standing on the field and knowing you didn't do anything by your self. Basketball players are not disloyal because they play for a different team in the Olympics.

When Graham or Moore score they celebrate but when the cameras are on them after the game they give credit where credit is due.. Drew... Blocking... Etc.. Brees breaks records and watch who he gives credit to and thanks.

TO, Ocho, Sanders were all about the "me". You seriously have no reasonable retort for someone that changes his damn name to his number. That is pure azzhole right there. When they score they run around the field TRYING to get the cameras and spotlight on them selves. Have you seen Friday Night Lights? They all remind me of Boobie miles.

Owens runs around with 5 carat diamonds in his ears but cant afford to feed his kids and you are going to tell me he doesn't only think about Terrell? Come on brother, your not that big of a homer.

It is not a GAME. For you and I, we are watching a GAME, for the players and coaches it is their careers, their lively hood, it is what puts their children through school and food on the table.

You can save the rest... It aint happnin.

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Originally Posted by rezburna View Post
And where's the hate for Lance Moore, Mark Ingram, and Jimmy Graham?

Lance and Mark put on a dance exhibition after every TD. Jimmy makes it a point to dunk. No alley-oop for a lineman.

I support it all man. If I was fortunate if to still be playing I'd be having the time of my life celebrating too.

See previous reply for all but Ingram.... I have yet to see anything he needs to celebrate about.
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No hulk flex after a sack ... That's a natural reaction !!! Try chasing an already overly protected QB around for 4 quarters and not show any emotion after you finally get him clenching a win ...

Did roger ever play football ?
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I never said one thing about winning or losing, being upset about losing and thinking you are a 1 man team are two completely different items.

Changing teams for career advancement has nothing to do with standing on the field and knowing you didn't do anything by your self. Basketball players are not disloyal because they play for a different team in the Olympics.

When Graham or Moore score they celebrate but when the cameras are on them after the game they give credit where credit is due.. Drew... Blocking... Etc.. Brees breaks records and watch who he gives credit to and thanks.

TO, Ocho, Sanders were all about the "me". You seriously have no reasonable retort for someone that changes his damn name to his number. That is pure azzhole right there. When they score they run around the field TRYING to get the cameras and spotlight on them selves. Have you seen Friday Night Lights? They all remind me of Boobie miles.

Owens runs around with 5 carat diamonds in his ears but cant afford to feed his kids and you are going to tell me he doesn't only think about Terrell? Come on brother, your not that big of a homer.

It is not a GAME. For you and I, we are watching a GAME, for the players and coaches it is their careers, their lively hood, it is what puts their children through school and food on the table.


You can save the rest... It aint happnin.

Ocho's self promotion was never detrimental to any team he played for. If anything it brought attention the Bengals for something other then being losers. T.O.'s biggest crime to date is wanting the ball. Dieon Sanders has rings, stats, and all the greats to cosign him as a player and person. Your personal dislike for people clouds a lot of things you say and feel. T.O. and Ocho always gave credit when credit was due. Hell, Terrell defended Tony Romo. Tony Romo!!! Before all this TV coverage and social media nobody would be as critical of those two, and they'd still be playing because the media wouldn't be worried about getting a story. There is nooooo reason to dislike people you don't know this badly. They were fun to watch, one is a Hall of Famer, one will be, and one might be. They got every right to celebrate coming from where they come from.

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I am all for celebrations. Now, with that in mind; I don't want to see someone dance for 1 minute and stop and take a photo op. I like the "Hulk" pose after a sack, the "Salute", the "Dunk", the "Spin".

However, the T.O. running to the middle of the STAR... I would have chopped his knees out from under him if I would have been a Cowboy.

What would y'all have done if the NFL would have flagged T.P. when he sealed the deal "Pointing after he got the INT", and it negated the touchdown? Crap, he was happy and he knew what he had just done. Which was make hell freeze over by the Saints winning the Super Bowl.

Let them celebrate. I'm not saying do all the stuff the "U" used to do. But let them have their moment, at least.

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Old 08-06-2013, 01:46 PM   #28
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I am all for celebrations. Now, with that in mind; I don't want to see someone dance for 1 minute and stop and take a photo op. I like the "Hulk" pose after a sack, the "Salute", the "Dunk", the "Spin".

However, the T.O. running to the middle of the STAR... I would have chopped his knees out from under him if I would have been a Cowboy.

What would y'all have done if the NFL would have flagged T.P. when he sealed the deal "Pointing after he got the INT", and it negated the touchdown? Crap, he was happy and he knew what he had just done. Which was make hell freeze over by the Saints winning the Super Bowl.

Let them celebrate. I'm not saying do all the stuff the "U" used to do. But let them have their moment, at least.
If I was a Cowboy on offense I would've scored and did the same celebration just for him.

If I was on defense I'd make sure he doesn't score again. Simple.

If they dish it, dish it back.

Only thing I don't like is getting in peoples face or trying to stand over a guy and taunt. That's about it. That would warrant a fight in my book.
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Yeah it wasn't on purpose, but one time Jimmy Graham took a hit, jumped up and stood over the guy who tackled him, he did a Popeye muscle flex or was jawing down at him or something...then he realized the guy was down, he was hurt, rolling around in pain, and he couldn't get up. I forget when exactly it was, which game.....it was not anything intentional, but it looked REEEEEEALLY bad on Graham. THAT'S not something you want to see guys do. I love Jimmy but I do wish he would learn to cool it a little. We all know it, he has dropped sure TD passes in the end zone, that hit him right on the hands, because he was already THINKING TOO SOON ABOUT THE DUNK.
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Yeah it wasn't on purpose, but one time Jimmy Graham took a hit, jumped up and stood over the guy who tackled him, he did a Popeye muscle flex or was jawing down at him or something...then he realized the guy was down, he was hurt, rolling around in pain, and he couldn't get up. I forget when exactly it was, which game.....it was not anything intentional, but it looked REEEEEEALLY bad on Graham. THAT'S not something you want to see guys do. I love Jimmy but I do wish he would learn to cool it a little. We all know it, he has dropped sure TD passes in the end zone, that hit him right on the hands, because he was already THINKING TOO SOON ABOUT THE DUNK.
That drop issue goes back to Miami. I was mad when we drafted him. I'm not mad anymore of course, but he definitely will drop one on occasion.
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