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Old 2011-01-28, 14:13   Link #2541
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Hahahahahaha.... "Tommy, completions are awesome when you force em' in triple coverage." Awesome video! Take that LeBron...
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Old 2011-01-28, 19:28   Link #2542
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Was this posted yet? If not, enjoy.

Why he hasn't talked about Randy Moss his dream Wide Receiver and his antics.
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Old 2011-01-29, 03:08   Link #2543
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That is hilarious! I loved the random shot of him spiking the ball during the Wrangler commercial.
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Old 2011-01-30, 12:12   Link #2544
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Well, it seems Akers had a damned good reason for falling apart in the playoff game against Green Bay.

Akers' daughter (6-years old) had cancer diagnosis the Friday night before the playoff game.
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Old 2011-01-30, 12:28   Link #2545
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Such a phenomenal video.

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Well, it seems Akers had a damned good reason for falling apart in the playoff game against Green Bay.

Akers' daughter (6-years old) had cancer diagnosis the Friday night before the playoff game.
That is very sad. I hate the Iggles, and I was glad to see them lose, but that is a horrible thing. I can't imagine that Akers wasn't affected by that.
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Old 2011-01-30, 15:00   Link #2546
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Well, it seems Akers had a damned good reason for falling apart in the playoff game against Green Bay.

Akers' daughter (6-years old) had cancer diagnosis the Friday night before the playoff game.
Hope his daughter is alright. I know I'd find it hard to have my mind on the game in a similar situation.
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Old 2011-01-30, 17:16   Link #2547
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Hope his daughter is alright. I know I'd find it hard to have my mind on the game in a similar situation.
You know Philadelphia has bad rep on tearing their own teams apart. Hoping Akers will have time for his family for a year unless the NFL is heading towards a lockout soon.
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Old 2011-01-30, 20:56   Link #2548
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Pro Bowl...more like Snore Bowl...42-7...and everyone's dogging it -_-...
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Old 2011-01-30, 21:21   Link #2549
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Pro Bowl...more like Snore Bowl...42-7...and everyone's dogging it -_-...
Thank God I'm watching the Royal Rumble and also Goo Goo Dolls decimated the whole game
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Old 2011-01-30, 21:44   Link #2550
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Pro Bowl...more like Snore Bowl...42-7...and everyone's dogging it -_-...
Oops, I forgot that was tonight. Kinda one-sided eh? If that's the score I'm not going to bother watching the rest, I'll just catch the highlights on ESPN.
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Old 2011-01-30, 23:10   Link #2551
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Well actually, for a "badgame" it was a pretty goodgame...That Center getting the TD at the end was a fun way to end things, also the 2 teenagers running on the field from police had me LOLing^^...One player was on the ground ROTFLing from it xD...

The worse part about the whole game was having to listen to that senile old man Terry Bradshaw blither mindlessly into incoherent ramble after ramble...He needs to keep his head on a swivel for dementia...
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Old 2011-01-30, 23:26   Link #2552
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Well actually, for a "badgame" it was a pretty goodgame...That Center getting the TD at the end was a fun way to end things, also the 2 teenagers running on the field from police had me LOLing^^...One player was on the ground ROTFLing from it xD...

The worse part about the whole game was having to listen to that senile old man Terry Bradshaw blither mindlessly into incoherent ramble after ramble...He needs to keep his head on a swivel for dementia...
He eccentric over his anticipation over SuperBowl XLV! He's cruncked up man!
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Old 2011-01-30, 23:54   Link #2553
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He eccentric over his anticipation over SuperBowl XLV! He's cruncked up man!
What's funny is that I actually like Bradshaw on the studio show, but what he proved without a doubt today (with his mind-frying commentary) he's much better in small doses...
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Old 2011-02-02, 00:01   Link #2554
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Ladies and Gentlemen:

Tomorrow is College Football National Signing Day and know for a fact that FSU will be in the top five in recruiting.

Watch the Noles show what a true dynasty team is made of!
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Old 2011-02-03, 01:13   Link #2555
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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Brother!

Anyways, my team UVA got a good batch of kids and the ACC overall did well in recruiting, Clemson in particular.

More importantly,

What's everyone's plan for the big game and WHO YA BETTIN ON?!!!!
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Old 2011-02-03, 10:37   Link #2556
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I was surprised at how well Virginia did.

I'm digging UNC's class, especially the 4-star D-lineman we swiped from USC, Delvon Simmons. 13th in the Nation isn't bad at all.
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Old 2011-02-03, 11:21   Link #2557
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What's everyone's plan for the big game and WHO YA BETTIN ON?!!!!
I'm not going out to watch the game but have some great fixings.

And GO PACKERS.
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Old 2011-02-03, 11:51   Link #2558
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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh, Brother!

Anyways, my team UVA got a good batch of kids and the ACC overall did well in recruiting, Clemson in particular.

More importantly,

What's everyone's plan for the big game and WHO YA BETTIN ON?!!!!
ACC is starting to return as a major conference once again. FSU is now in top recruiting class yesterday.

Now how many National Championships will FSU have in ten years, just estimate it?
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Old 2011-02-03, 17:27   Link #2559
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Dear lord, its up to the middle class...UVA, UNC and Clemson to prevent the dreaded FSU-Miami hegemony.
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Old 2011-02-03, 20:53   Link #2560
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UM need to less recruit from Northwestern High...
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