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Old 01-12-2010, 11:04 AM
 
Location: Buffalo, NY
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Buffalo's chicken Wings out does New England's clam chowder anyday. Marv was a great choke. It wasn't his fault the players didnt show up for the most important game of the year 4 times in a row. and still the pats coach has no hm respect. i mean ok wear a hoodie if its cold or something. Players have to show up in suits looking all nice. Why don't the coaches too?
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:07 AM
 
Location: Fishers, IN
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Players have to show up in suits looking all nice. Why don't the coaches too?
How do you know BB doesn't? League rules mandate the type of gear coaches can wear on the sideline. Suits aren't league approved, generally. Jack Del Rio had to get special permission from the league to wear a specially-designed suit on just two occasions. So, BB could be coming to the stadium all dapper, then change into Darth Hoodie in the locker room.
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:18 AM
 
Location: Bel Air, California
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Buffalo's chicken Wings out does New England's clam chowder anyday. Marv was a great choke. It wasn't his fault the players didnt show up for the most important game of the year 4 times in a row. and still the pats coach has no hm respect. i mean ok wear a hoodie if its cold or something. Players have to show up in suits looking all nice. Why don't the coaches too?
NFL Head Coaches (and assistants) should be required to dress as same as the players and wear uniforms, pads and helmets just like baseball managers and coaches.

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Old 01-12-2010, 11:19 AM
 
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Buffalo's chicken Wings out does New England's clam chowder anyday. Marv was a great choke. It wasn't his fault the players didnt show up for the most important game of the year 4 times in a row. and still the pats coach has no hm respect. i mean ok wear a hoodie if its cold or something. Players have to show up in suits looking all nice. Why don't the coaches too?
If you get get your players to show up 4 years in a row to a superbowl............your the problem.

And I agree I will take buffalo wings over clam chowda any day!

ANd yeah I doubt he wears a Hoodie in the summer or when its not cold out....

FYI if you have never seen coach Belichick travel, he is always in a shirt and tie. Travel attire and sideline attire are 2 different things.
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:27 AM
 
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NFL Head Coaches (and assistants) should be required to dress as same as the players and wear uniforms, pads and helmets just like baseball managers and coaches.

LMAO... thats so attractive! NOT!

Yeah I can see Rex Ryan in a pair of Footbal Uniform Pants!
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Old 01-12-2010, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Fishers, IN
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Yeah I can see Rex Ryan in a pair of Footbal Uniform Pants!
As big as football players can be, I doubt they make 'em that big.
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Old 01-12-2010, 12:00 PM
 
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Rex catching some rays at a baseball game.

"Does my as s look big in these pants??
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Old 01-12-2010, 02:44 PM
 
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YIKES!
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Old 02-08-2010, 03:08 AM
 
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Let's hope this ENDS all the Manning love. The national press & the "experts" had Tom Brady as Mannings ball-boy by gametime, lol. Brady & Manning have been switching off being 1 & 1a as to who the best QB in the NFL is. But here's a fact: Manning is 9-9 in his playoff history. And more to the point Brady has the mental edge on the field. Manning chocked the Superbowl away. Brady has better control of his emotions on the field, and that's as important as having physical gifts, if not more so. Let's not forget that the first half of Manning's career was like tonight's Superbowl.

I respect Manning, but he is not the best QB ever, heck, I would pick Brady every time if I had to win a big game. EVERY. TIME.
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Old 02-08-2010, 05:01 AM
 
Location: Charlotte
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Let's hope this ENDS all the Manning love. The national press & the "experts" had Tom Brady as Mannings ball-boy by gametime, lol. Brady & Manning have been switching off being 1 & 1a as to who the best QB in the NFL is. But here's a fact: Manning is 9-9 in his playoff history. And more to the point Brady has the mental edge on the field. Manning chocked the Superbowl away. Brady has better control of his emotions on the field, and that's as important as having physical gifts, if not more so. Let's not forget that the first half of Manning's career was like tonight's Superbowl.

I respect Manning, but he is not the best QB ever, heck, I would pick Brady every time if I had to win a big game. EVERY. TIME.
Well said, kudos to you!
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