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Official Game Day Thread: Panthers vs Chargers - 12/16

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by Blue Bolt, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. Eurobolt Mike
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    Horrible.
    It's a fekin' long way to get to the Q from here and right now I wouldn't waste my money.
    Watching Mikey Tolbert score twice was just too painful and then to hear that AJ messed him around - like Damo said 'Wow, just wow!'
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    Watching the end of the Stiller and Cowgirls game last night and witnessed something the good ole boys of San Diego just don't get.
    2-10-PIT 20 (1:42) (Shotgun) 7-B.Roethlisberger pass short middle to 84-A.Brown to PIT 31 for 11 yards (27-E.Frampton) [94-D.Ware]. PENALTY on DAL-94-D.Ware, Roughing the Passer, 15 yards, enforced at PIT 31.

    Ware took a shot on Ben and knocked him silly, call it cheating, cheap or whatever you wish, I call it winning. I doubt any girls fans are discussing how bad of a boy Ware is today for providing a chance to stay alive in the game. San Diego teams are known for being soft just like their fans!!!!!
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    You mean soft **** like blaming Ingram for that drive in NO?
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    IMHO, Ingram like Cason yesterday, was the beneficiary of a weak call, both could have gone either way. Ware's hit was with purpose and the end results proofed out with a Cowgirls win.
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    Whatever the call, Ingram ******* steamrolled Brees. And got rewarded with a benching. ******* typical bs from the coaching staff.
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    In the eyes of many a Bolt fan He was a bad boy and coach did the right thing and gave him a time out.
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    Exactly. Which is consistent with this
    I'm with you. ******* let em loose. That **** pays dividends when you don't bench the guys doing it.
  8. HEXEDBOLT
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    You better watch out, Conc, is going to think you're a bad boy now because we see the game as it really is.

    Note to Conc: I didn't say FC agreed with me just that he thinks along the same lines. Winning is for winners and losing is for nice guys.
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    lol good luck dragging me into that mess.

    I will say this: a hard-nosed kickass defense will get some penalties. I think any football fan is good with that.
    But that's not cheating on a, say, bounty level
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    The Chargers offered Tolbert $1 million more than the Panthers did over the life of a four-year deal. Tolbert said after signing with Carolina that he chose to go home, nearer not only to his family but also where the cost of living made losing $250,000 a year a virtual draw. But he said Sunday his desire to stay in San Diego was thwarted when his agent called to accept the Chargers’ offer, only to be told it had been pulled. The Chargers’ contention has always been the deal was not accepted within the time frame they had established.
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    Hey now, You cant lay that "SOFT" title on me, they took my season tickets away because I do not like Raider fans!
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    (Like talking to a kid) Just for that? you didn't do aaanything else?
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    HAHAHAHAHA. You know what I meant!!!!!!! You bad boy you.
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    Please enlighten me where I ever bagged on Ingram for the hit on Brees. I will wait for you to produce something, knowing you cant.
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    NOPE, nothing at all!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Where did I mention you and Ingram at?
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    Following your post chain that is what FCB, that is what is being discussed. So what is your issue this day?
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    You need to re-read it, I mentioned Ware and Big Ben and what happened in that game. The point is, I haven't seen one negative word on the hit Ben took that eventually helped the Girls win. My kind of play and what you call "cheating and cheap" but it wins championships and I'm all for it.
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    I dont know the play you are talking about. But if you are refering to Cason's hit of a player out of bounds... It was not tough play, it did not show grit... It showed lack of discipline, mental understanding of the game, and it cost the team 15 yards and was nothing to be happy about. if you see it differently mores the pitty to you.
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    That was a cheap call and could have gone either way, my point was, I seen more flagrant hits OB and no flag. You disagree with that and you are wrong, Hell, I've seen hits on Rivers OB that weren't called.
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    No you havent. You have seen people hit going out of bounds, Casons hit was blatant and showed no mental awareness... I guess that is why you relate so strongly to it... :)
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    I agree. It was stupid, the receiver was clearly out of bounds, and Cason saw that and then lunged into him anyway. If he doesn't have enough brains to know this is going to cost us 15 yards and a first down, I don't see any reason to keep him.

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