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(03-03-2012 09:10 AM)the great 48 Wrote: This is a no brainer.
Hurting a human being on purpose vs filming someone with a camera
(03-03-2012 08:46 AM)thelegendjerryrice Wrote: I was also told as a kid by my parents to go play in traffic or something. I did not take them literally.
(03-03-2012 03:00 PM)bselje Wrote: You should have listened to them.
(03-03-2012 06:46 AM)bselje Wrote: Are you guys serious? We're talking about intentionally injuring another player - potentially ending careers. this is 100 times worse than spygate.
I thought it was classless when the Saints ran up the score this year, just to get Brees passing record at home (which he would have gotten easily the next week anyway) but this? Inexcusable. The league is going to bring the hammer down HARD, as they should.
(03-03-2012 08:07 AM)all day baby Wrote: I seem to recall Favre ending up with massive bruises on his legs after their loss to the Saints, as the Saints marched to the Super Bowl that season. Bounties against fellow players are the absolute worst. "Spygate" could have been prevented by changing your scheme during the game. You can't change the loss of a player on the field. Paying extra for having someone injured so badly so they need to be carted off the field is outright disgusting. Now we know why the Saints were featured so many times on "Jacked Up" on hte mothership.
Payton and Williams should be suspended for a long time... maybe even more than suspension for Williams. Sucks for the Rams, but the behavior needs to stop, not just go further underground.