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  1. That's crazy. A triple refund isn't worth missing your team win the Super Bowl, IMO.
  2. I'm pretty sure that Hillis averaged more than 8.73 yards per game.
  3. BROWNandORANGE

    Typical

    Probably by the usual suspect, Roethlisberger. I knew Rapelisberger was into raiding women's pants, but I definitely didn't know he goes both ways.
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    Fan wears LeBron's Heat jersey at Indians game

    This guy got what he deserved. He knew he was stirring the pot by wearing an LigiveBJs jersey
  5. BROWNandORANGE

    Baltimore-Pittsburgh

    You do notice that you have 58 posts and absolutely no thanked posts? That speaks for itself.
  6. BROWNandORANGE

    Baltimore-Pittsburgh

    Agreed, pal.
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    This Week in the NFL Playoffs

    bullshit. You're gonna lose on the road to New England.
  8. BROWNandORANGE

    Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha's Contract is Void

    It would be nice to bring him to Cleveland. He and Joe Haden would be shut-down together.
  9. BROWNandORANGE

    This Week in the NFL Playoffs

    Clearly we can't handle the Patriots. That's why we beat them 34-14.
  10. BROWNandORANGE

    This Week in the NFL Playoffs

    That's the only way it'll work for you Squeeler fags, cuz you can't handle New England. But we can
  11. BROWNandORANGE

    HOW TO WIN BIG IN CLEVELAND NEXT YEAR

    ok mr. homosexual
  12. BROWNandORANGE

    Giants coach to critics: 'Kiss my ass'

    Pretty much. According to them, if you 4 Super Bowls in 5 years, you were slacking the one year you didn't win lol
  13. Tony Sparano - http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/tony-sp...xtension-010111 Embattled Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano has been given a two-year contract extension according to a published report Saturday. The agreement is through the end of the 2013 season, The Sun-Sentinel reported citing a source with the NFL team. The deal is believed to be worth about $2.8 million per year, and Sparano will have an “expanded role” in player personnel decisions, the paper reported. General Manager Jeff Ireland will continue to have final say in those matters. As recently as this week the team was reported to be pursuing Jim Harbaugh, who subsequently left Stanford University to take the San Francisco 49ers coaching job. The Dolphins dropped their final three games this season to slip to 7-9 and miss the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons. Their 1-7 home record matched the worst in franchise history. Sparano led Miami to the AFC East title in 2008, his first year as an NFL coach. He is 25-23 in three seasons. Ireland and Sparano have been together for eight years, beginning with a stint with the Dallas Cowboys under Bill Parcells. Parcells brought them to the Dolphins. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jeff Fisher - http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12118_6641453,00.html Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams has decided to retain Jeff Fisher for his 17th season as head coach. Adams, 88, spent the past week evaluating the team's 6-10 campaign which saw them finish last in the AFC South. He had already announced quarterback Vince Young, the third overall pick in the 2006 draft, will be released. Young clashed with Fisher in mid-season as the Titans collapsed after a 5-2 start and his departure has paved the way for the head coach to retain his position. "Jeff has meant a great deal to this franchise and we have reached some incredible heights under his leadership," Adams said in a statement. "Obviously, I have very high expectations for our football team and want to deliver a championship to our fans. "Jeff understands this and shares my expectations. The results of his leadership have been some very good football teams and I believe he will get us back to an elite level." Fisher, 52, is the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL and is due to earn $6.5 million in the final year of his contract.
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    This Week in the NFL Playoffs

    That's some shit. The noisiest stadium in the NFL is the Falcons. I made the decision to go to a Falcons game while I had an ear infection. Not one of my better choices.
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