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Good article on that dirt bag Tom Nalen

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by ChargerRay, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. ChargerRay

    ChargerRay #FireMcCoy #FireReich #FirePagano Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/6198948?CMP=OTC-K9B140813162&ATT=5

     
  2. Boltdiehard

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    The Broncos and the NFL Network are totally trying to smear Igor right now although I think NFL Network is more caught up in the hype than the smear.

    Fuggin unbelievable.

    Denver sent tapes of plays to the league where they say Igor was the dirty player. Fact of the matter is Denver was exposed on national TV and they're performing a classic spin control.

    Their house of cards is beginning to crumble. Supposedly Cutler will be starting Dec 3rd.


    Fuc Denver and the other night wasn't chiat. We're gonna pimp that ***. :bolt:
     
  3. BOLTS4LIFE

    BOLTS4LIFE Banned Banned

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    WE'LL SWEEP THE DONKS THIS SEASON!!!!:bolt: :bolt:
     
  4. foober

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    I saw that. They had the ex-donk reporter schefter trying to black ball IGOR. Something ain't right here. Why do the donks have so much pull with the nfl. I really hope the nfl wakes up with this. Enough is enough of the donks being able to get away with dirty play.
     
  5. BoltsFanUK

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    that will shut them up:icon_banana: :icon_banana:
     
  6. BoltsFanUK

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    if they want to cheats, leave them to it
     
  7. sdbound

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    Quarterbacking is so easy a caveman can do it.
     
  8. RMANCIL

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    Pro players and how they play the game sets the table for all levels of football . The league fined Nalen for a dirty cheap shot one they don't want to see again.

    Instead of Bronco fans trying to make up excuses for their center it would serve the greater good if they joined in with fans from around the world in condemning such play.

    What if your son is playing high school football and a player takes a dirty cheap shot and tears up his knee ,I bet your tune will be a little different.

    Really that isn't that hard to understand.


    Tuesday Morning Quarterback

    Second, the game offered numerous examples of how Denver has adjusted its dive-at-the-legs chop-block scheme to achieve quasi-legality. Between the tackles in the NFL, a blocker can dive at legs so long as the defender is not already "engaged" with another blocker. Example: Second quarter, unknown interchangeable Broncos running back Damien Nash goes up the middle for 26 yards. On the play, Denver center Tom Nalen first hits San Diego nose tackle Jamal Williams, then slides off him to the right just as left guard Ben Hamilton dives low at Williams' legs. Legal play: Nalen released Williams the instant before Hamilton chopped his legs. Sportsmanlike? That's another matter.
     
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    Nalen and Co. were whining that Igor was head butting Nalen. There were no calls on that supposed incident. Maybe the league ought to watch the tape of that game to see what provoked Igor? As for Jamal, a Donkey player cut him from behind on a play a few years ago and blew out Jamal's Achilles. The Donks are losing it and hopefully, the Chefs will take it to them tonight. :tdown:
     
  10. Kwak

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    The NFL has spoken.

    25K worth. Haven't seen that before.

    Next, they need to start suspending the players for the cheapshots.

    They need to start cracking down on the away from the play shots that these dirtbags are taking. Darius from the Jags is out because of a chop that broke his ankle. That is just wrong.
     
  11. MasterOfPuppets

    MasterOfPuppets Charger fan since 1979

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    from TMQ

     
  12. cranberry

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    Thank you Chargerray for this interesting Foxsports article.
    seems to me Broncos and Raiders are the same sort of ugly players.
     
  13. Thumper

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    Tom Nalen is a dik. Sorry just had to add my thoughts on the subject.
     
  14. Thumper

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    I remember that. We lost Jamal for the year that season. phukin' cheating Donkeys.

    Just an FYI. It is legal to chop block from the front above the knee. Nalen went for a chop block on a meaningless play and he went for below the knee. Some Donko fans have said that it was technically a legal block. No it wasn't. It was bush league and it was a cheap shot plain and simple. And yes, it was aginst the rules. :tdown:
     

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