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    Quote Originally Posted by Coryea View Post
    Barry Sanders was like that

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    Walter Payton anyone?????? Same class





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    Quote Originally Posted by Coryea View Post
    Barry Sanders was like that

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    And of course smother HOF running back...
    Franco Harris

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    Quote Originally Posted by steel dino View Post
    And of course smother HOF running back...
    Franco Harris
    True, didn't get to see him play though.

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    Can't stand Zeke Elliot (a.k.a. Ewok) doing that "keep feeding me" gesture. Could be my intense hatred for all things Cowboys, perhaps.

    Quote Originally Posted by JMM View Post
    Are the kids in high school and pee wee leagues doing now as well? You know they are going to mimic the "professionals".
    Companies like Under Armour in their commercials have little snot-nosed punks doing this & other ridiculous pompous chest-bumping behavior. Little shits aren't being taught fundamentals of the sport, let alone sportsmanship, but crap like this seeps into their little brains and they want to replicate what they see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coryea View Post
    True, didn't get to see him play though.

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    Young punk ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drink IRON City View Post
    Walter Payton anyone?????? Same class





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    He was pretty good. :)
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    Do you remember Mark Gastineau and his "sack dance"?
    “they had come to a time when no one dared speak his mind, when fierce, growling dogs roamed everywhere, and when you had to watch your comrades torn to pieces after confessing to shocking crimes.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZonaBurgh View Post
    It's why I always admired Larry Fitzgerald. Make a play, hand the ball to the ref and get back to the line.
    That is why Heath Miller is one of my all-time favorites.

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    I rather enjoyed Phillip Rivers approach doing his when he stuck a dagger into the hearts of the Ravens at the end of that game.

    But yep, don't do that BS when the scoreboard isn't in your favor. Get back to the huddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stillwright View Post
    During the Houston game in the 4th quarter while down by 14 pts I saw Watson run for a few first downs and then stood up and did the dropping the football first down thing. Crazy really. It's the play offs. You are down 14 pts. You just ran for a first and time is ticking....just simply a selfish act.
    Hey, I remember Santonio doing it during the td drive to win XLIII. Time is ticking away, in the biggest moment, on the biggest stage, and Holmes was doing his “jig” after every play he made on that drive. Hell, during the America’s Game (I believe), Lamaar Woodley is on the sideline yelling “come on, we’re wasting time” or something to that effect. As a matter of fact, even after the touchdown, Holmes should’ve been penalized for using the ball as a prop when he did the Lebron James powder thing. If I’m not mistaken, it was a penalty that season, and would have given the Cards the ball with fantastic field position. Thank God it didn’t cost us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipped ham View Post
    Hey, I remember Santonio doing it during the td drive to win XLIII. Time is ticking away, in the biggest moment, on the biggest stage, and Holmes was doing his “jig” after every play he made on that drive. Hell, during the America’s Game (I believe), Lamaar Woodley is on the sideline yelling “come on, we’re wasting time” or something to that effect. As a matter of fact, even after the touchdown, Holmes should’ve been penalized for using the ball as a prop when he did the Lebron James powder thing. If I’m not mistaken, it was a penalty that season, and would have given the Cards the ball with fantastic field position. Thank God it didn’t cost us.
    Using the ball as a prop was not a penalty in 2008.
    RIP CK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelerfan81 View Post
    Using the ball as a prop was not a penalty in 2008.
    The NFL enacted the “prop” rule in ‘06 that stated “an automatic 15-yard penalty against any player who left his feet or uses a prop, like a towel, the goal post or post base or more specifically the football.“ It wasn’t until 2017 when they scaled the rule back to allow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunar View Post
    Do you remember Mark Gastineau and his "sack dance"?


    I think his dance mesmerized a "young" one or two thaT HE LATER PAYED SOCIETY FOR.......................





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