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Antonio Brown wants to retire a Steeler

Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by Blast Furnace, May 16, 2022.

  1. FootballAnalyst98

    FootballAnalyst98 Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what you're talking about because you mentioning a bunch of random nobodies who think rice isn't good doesn't speak for what the majority of the people who matter in the nfl world think. But since these unknowns matter that means nobody is good because every one has naysayers.
     
  2. FootballAnalyst98

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    You caught that reference lol thats my guy.
     
  3. santeesteel

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    Why? He's a horse faced big mouth. Sterling mo betta!
     
  4. FootballAnalyst98

    FootballAnalyst98 Well-Known Member

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    Sterling was better.
     
  5. santeesteel

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    Agreed.
     
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  6. FootballAnalyst98

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    He even said ao himself. He said something along the lines of I'm the only member of the hall of fame who's not the best player in my family.
     
  7. Brice

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    Funny. What the hell is this doing in a thread about AB?


    I will also laugh my ass off, if AB and Ben go into the Steelers Hall of Honor the same year.
     
  8. Formerscribe

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    You claimed to currently be a college football player, so you would have to be close to it. You lied. You didn't even lie well. I don't expect you to have the integrity to admit it.
     
  9. SteelerGlenn

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    Say what? Do you wear other teams shirts when you go to Steelers games?
     
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  10. METALMAN_68

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    Come on man, the two comments are separate from each other. One is about fans wearing their teams gear and the other has nothing to do with that. Don't be ridiculous, of course I don't wear other teams jerseys to a Steeler game.
     
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  11. jeh1856

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    So now you have Shannon Sharpe remembering things for you
     
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  12. FootballAnalyst98

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    Since when was there an age limit to how old you have to be to play college football? There's someone on my team who's 25
     
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  13. S.T.D

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    There isn't one that I know of , but most are 18- 23. I have heard of people playing college football in there 30s, but I haven't actually known, or seen one.
     
  14. FootballAnalyst98

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    The qb the Steelers just drafted is 24. It happens
     
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  15. Formerscribe

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    Even if that someone was you, you would have been seven years old Bonds' final MVP season and 10 the last time he played in the majors, so this claim you made that you have credible memories of what he really was as a player is a blatant lie.
     
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  16. Formerscribe

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    He just turned 24 less than two weeks ago. He was 23 when he still at Pitt. Seriously, try to make your lies and other dishonest arguments a little less transparent. I know it is hard for someone of your limited skill, but try.
     
  17. FootballAnalyst98

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    If I was currently 23 hypothetically speaking, that would mean in 2004 I was 6 which means i definitely could have remebered him playing. Also didn't Brandon weeden get drafted at 28? So there isn't some 100% certain that because someone plays in college their 20. There's plenty of people who are older that play in college. Lol calvin ridley came into Alabama at 20 as a true freshman and turned 21 before the end of his freshman season.
     
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  18. FootballAnalyst98

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    It's not because studies have shown people remember things as early as 3. So it's not out the realm of possibility that I remember him playing or seeing him on sportscaster almost daily with Stuart Scott showing bonds knocking balls out the park.

    Lol tom brady even remembers going to the catch game and meeting Dwight Clark, detailing how he cried after the first half and he was only 4 years old. Just because you have a poor memory doesn't mean everyone else does. I remember things from 3 years old on like they happened yesterday.
     
  19. santeesteel

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    Watching hilights on a sportscast ain't the same. As far as Brady, I call bulls*** on his memory. I don't doubt that he may have been there, I don't believe he remembers accurately.
     
  20. thorn058

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    Man this is depressing. I was 30 in 2004 and other than starting a new job I can't tell anyone anything that happened that year. It was 1980 when I was six, from pictures I can tell you I had a "One for the Thumb in 81" Joe Greene shirt. We were a year away from my baby brother's birth and Reagan would be shot on that day, I wrote about it in elementary school is the only reason I know that. I have a vague recollection about a train trip back east around that time, but couldn't tell anyone I remember watching baseball although I do remember the Candy man and having my Pirates stovepipe hat from the We are family days just nothing specific. Getting old sucks.
     
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  21. S.T.D

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    I had a Pirates stovepipe hat also, and I don't even like baseball, or I don't like 2 watch baseball....I played it until My senior year though.
     
  22. santeesteel

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    It's easy to remember what you did at 3 yo when you're only 6 yo!
     
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  23. thorn058

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    Its amazing how much my childhood resembles the movie the Sandlot. Empty field next to our block we'd play baseball as soon as my mom determined that it was late enough to go outside and make noise, scrounging for money to go to the pool. Remember in the 80's the only time I could watch the Pirates was during Braves vs Pirates games on TBS. That and also every summer Dairy Queen did sundaes in a helmet where you could collect all the teams batting helmets. I only cared for the Pirates one. Lol the good ol days
     
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  24. FootballAnalyst98

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    Exactly and not really old just depends on your age and memory. My grandmother remembers far more than my mom does and she's of course alot older. My mom just has a terrible memory.
     
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  25. FootballAnalyst98

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    Why? It's been factually proven you can remember. I still remember my first ever nfl game which was the steelers vs Ravens in 04 the day after Christmas during big Ben rookie yr. I was a fan and got tickets as a present from my grandfather who was also a fan.
     
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