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colts complaining already

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Fry, Jan 19, 2007.

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  1. Vigsted Starter

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    The "Classy" fans at Indy are already booing injured Patriot players... it's disgusting
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    Its not like the Pats havent had a history of that in Indy. Willie McGinist was supposedly hurt just a few plays before he ran a 4.3 40 at the end of the game several years ago. When a team does stupid crap like that, they can eat it when they get booed as far as im concerned.
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    Then you're saying it's also ok for them to boo us when we have an injury, because Albert routinely fakes an injury when he gets tired.
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    If it isnt a legitimate injury then yes its ok because its a cheap move by the team that does it. Now Im not saying Seymour was faking it, but it was obvious McGinist was a few years ago. So its only natural when a team pulls that crap at times, then at some points the fans are going to question when they are really hurt, and they are going to express that doubt with boos.
  5. Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    they did the same thing against us these past few years.
  6. dontdraftcutler Go Cutler!

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    Colts fans = No Class. :coltssuk:

    Just wait...Gayton's big hit is coming....should Titans fans boo because it is slowing down our incredibly aggressive, nasty, tenacious Defense...oh wait a minute...I forgot...Schwartz:moon2: . Scratch the previous statement from the record.
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