Last edited by Tom [Giants fan]; February-2nd-2008 at 09:39 PM.
I remember that story in the local Albany news.
That's sad. I can't decide who to root for. Junior Seau really deserves a Super Bowl ring, and this might be his last chance.
"Weak right 40 gut. Yum! Yum! How bout that one baby!"
Sorry, still pulling for the Pats. While I'll feel for this guy and wish him the best in moving on from his tragedy, people die every day from all sorts of tragic things. Just as many of those people are going to be Pats fans as Giants fans. I'm sure there's a thread out there about someone who died earlier this season and "wouldn't it be great if the Pats would honor him with the perfect season" talk. Short of an actual player dying (see ST) I prefer to keep my sports free of "win one for the gipper" mentality. Best of luck to the Giants, but here's to the Pats going 19-0.
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So does Michael Strahan and Amani Toomer-the latter, in particular, is a class-act. All play, absolutely no talk.Originally Posted by jnhay
Class move by the Giants organization, but don't we all think every team would do something along these lines?
God Bless him and his family nonetheless.
"It's not how you play the game, it's how you win it" - King AdRock (Circa 1989)
Wade. Must. Go.
Originally Posted by DGreenistheBest
Good to see you grasped the point of this thread.
Yeah, it happens to other people so who cares about this guy?
The fact is, this is a story that is out there. I'm not really thinking about who else might have had this happen too if there is anyone else.
I had to actually wait a bit to reply to this post because I got so p!ssed when I read it.
Last edited by Tom [Giants fan]; February-3rd-2008 at 10:43 AM.
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