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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

JDLefebvre wrote:
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Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
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Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


Fact that Bunkley played tonight and not really a peep reinforces this
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
Quote:
Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 2:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

incognito_man wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
Quote:
Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.


Bunkley gets nothing for KICK A GUY IN THE HEAD for sure intentionally......yep no bias

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

J Pep 4 Step wrote:
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Eagles... he has a history of dirty play. Plain and simple.


.......i dont know if it shows up different on other people computers....but let me try again maybe.

suh has a history of dirty play. this is not what he has a history of. his dirty play and history do not correlate with this incident.


Please be patient. I am trying to understand this.

Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


i dont know. i dont think so. the only way its dirty is by intent. if he meant to do it then yes. if not then no.

what im saying is that his past history is not the same as this. he has a history of overly aggressive tackles and anger issues. this is not an issue of over aggression or anger.....its an issue of being plain cheap and dirty, which he does not have an issue of.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think his leg naturally flew in the direction towards Shaubs groin but when he realized where it was going he definitely guided it and applied more force to it. Not really that big of a deal, but he deserves a fine for it IMO and I could understand if they suspended him for 1 game due to his track record.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

detfan782004 wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
Quote:
Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.


Bunkley gets nothing for KICK A GUY IN THE HEAD for sure intentionally......yep no bias

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But he hasn't done nothin before so assault is fine as a first act!!!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
Quote:
Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


The only bias here is from you clueless Lion fans. Suh is a beast. But a total cheap shot artist. Frankly if you can't see that you're simply blinded by your fandom
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nsmith52188 wrote:
diehardlionfan wrote:
JDLefebvre wrote:
tytalton wrote:
Quote:
Was the Schaub play "dirty?"


Sure - if you call getting dragged down by the OL dirty then yeah


No. That would be a penalty for holding.

Kicking a player is the dirty play.


I strongly disagree.

I don't view the play as dirty in the slightest. I don't believe for a minute there was intent to kick Schaub. His foot hit Schaub in an unfortunate area.

This forum has a determined negative view of Suh and one doesn't have to look very far to see it.

In a week full of other controversial plays the lack of threads about those players is interesting. Around here if Suh farts it gets a thread.


The only bias here is from you clueless Lion fans. Suh is a beast. But a total cheap shot artist. Frankly if you can't see that you're simply blinded by your fandom


Just because you fling petty insults around doesn't make you right.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.

Guilty by public court =/= guilty.
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skatebeanz wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.

Guilty by public court =/= guilty.


...WTF? Just because he was acquitted doesn't mean he didn't actually kill his wife and her bf. This is the dumbest analogy of all time
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Nsmith52188 wrote:
skatebeanz wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.

Guilty by public court =/= guilty.


...WTF? Just because he was acquitted doesn't mean he didn't actually kill his wife and her bf. This is the dumbest analogy of all time


Did you just read the first sentence and rage reply?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="skatebeanz"]
incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.[/quote]Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.

Guilty by public court =/= guilty.


LMAO....I suggest you learn more about that case before you try to use it as a comparison.
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Nsmith52188 wrote:
skatebeanz wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.

Guilty by public court =/= guilty.


...WTF? Just because he was acquitted doesn't mean he didn't actually kill his wife and her bf. This is the dumbest analogy of all time
Uh Everyone said OJ killed Nicole but Glen Rogers came out and admitted he killed her and has prove he did. But everyone swore OJ killed her.

http://laist.com/2012/11/21/serial_killer_on_death_row_says_oj.php
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FourThreeMafia wrote:
skatebeanz wrote:
incognito_man wrote:
You're mistaken if you think only this forum thinks Suh is guilty. Virtually the entire country does (minus Nebraska and Michigan).

So yes, there is some bias involved. Either everyone who didn't cheer for him at some point is biased or those that root for his team are.

I know what's more likely.
Everyone in the country minus the jury thought OJ was guilty too. That is until a guy came out last week and admitted he killed OJ's wife.
Guilty by public court =/= guilty.


LMAO....I suggest you learn more about that case before you try to use it as a comparison.
Uh what are you talking about?
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