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  • tdnmecudawon3
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    Originally posted by dred
    Television gives you a better "perspective" than being in the 16th row of the game in person?

    Dude, you seriously need to get out and go to some games.
    I've been to games. I've only been to lambeau field seeing as I'm from wisconsin and let me tell you there's not a bad seat in that place. How can you get a better perspective than watching on tv? maybe you can watch the dbacks better cause there the only players not on the screen sometimes at the begining of a play but every play of every down you can see exactly what the offensive and defensive line are doing plus they show alot of replays. so whatever.

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  • kmartin575
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    When the Chiefs played the Colts last year both Freeney and Mathis were held to zero sacks.

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  • LbloodOjunkieG
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    Originally posted by dred
    Television gives you a better "perspective" than being in the 16th row of the game in person?

    Dude, you seriously need to get out and go to some games.
    He is right. Maybe once did I see Dwight being double teamed.

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  • dred
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    Originally posted by tdnmecudawon3
    ok I don't need to trust you cause watching the game on tv you get a much better perspective and also something called instant replay. I watched the first half and some of the second and I didn't see any double teams on freeney and alot of replays that showed pace slapping freeney around like a pimp slappin hos
    Television gives you a better "perspective" than being in the 16th row of the game in person?

    Dude, you seriously need to get out and go to some games.

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  • Rockwilder24
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    no I specificly remember Freeney beating Pace a couple times.

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  • tdnmecudawon3
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    Originally posted by dred
    I was at the game and trust me, they had Freeny doubled most of the night.

    And yes... he STILL managed to disrupt plays despite this.
    ok I don't need to trust you cause watching the game on tv you get a much better perspective and also something called instant replay. I watched the first half and some of the second and I didn't see any double teams on freeney and alot of replays that showed pace slapping freeney around like a pimp slappin hos

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  • tdnmecudawon3
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    Originally posted by Rockwilder24
    Pace didnt own Freeney, Freeney was getting to the quarteback on a couple of plays. Now Jones on the other hand has been dominating the ends he has faced.
    sometimes he went against the tightend and thats when he pressured the qb.

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  • dred
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    I was at the game and trust me, they had Freeny doubled most of the night.

    And yes... he STILL managed to disrupt plays despite this.

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  • Rockwilder24
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    Pace didnt own Freeney, Freeney was getting to the quarteback on a couple of plays. Now Jones on the other hand has been dominating the ends he has faced.

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  • WABronco
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    Pace can't touch Walter Jones

    Jones is THE BEST Lt in the league...Period.

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  • Spice 1
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    Could have told ya this would happen. You think Dwight Freeny is an athlete? Big O used to dunk on people in highschool. He used to outrun Sandusky's HB to the endzone too.

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  • tdnmecudawon3
    started a topic orlando pace

    orlando pace

    this guy is awsome. he handed freeney his a$$ monday night.
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