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 Posted: Mon Jan 21st, 2013 05:37 pm
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beejmi wrote: ESPN will be Haribbaughlle the next two weeks

That'll still be better than the countless/endless Ray Lewis Redemption/retirement stories we're gonna hear about.



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I need that picture of the toilet filled with shit to describe this SB.



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beejmi wrote:
srossi wrote: Rooting for the Niners.  Kaepernick is a much better story than Ray Lewis.

Maybe Alex Smith will pull a Tonya Harding

I could see Smith crying over broke shoestrings.



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Hymie Itsu wrote: beejmi wrote: Going to be Harbaugh overload for the next two weeks


49ers (4) vs Ravens

I like this line ending at 6 1/2

A 2 1/2 point line move in the Super Bowl is unlikely because of what happened in 1979 and because "4" and "6" are "key numbers" [likely margins of victory]

In 1979 the Steelers opened -3 vs the Cowboys. They kept moving the line up as people bet on the Steelers. The line went to 3 1/2, 4 and then 4 1/2. In stepped the Cowboy bettors.

Steelers won 35-31. Half the town had the Steelers at -3 or - 3 1/2 and the other half had the Cowboys at +4 1/2. You had the biggest betting event of the year going down and everybody and their mother holding a winning ticket. Super Bowl line don't move so much no more.

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Married Jo wrote: Go 49ers. I want my boy Randy Moss to finally get his ring. I'll bet watching the game in my Moss Raiders jersey..Fuck him for tanking it with Oakland.



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I love how Ray Lewis is thumbing his nose at reporters asking about his legal issues and now refusing to answer questions about him possibly using banned substances to come back from his injury faster, when the guy supplying him the stuff told the press he did it and is offering proof. Lol

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Win lose or draw, Ray Lewis will be seen crying

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beejmi wrote: Win lose or draw, Ray Lewis will be seen crying

Ray Lewis claimed today that he was "catfished" as well.  This guy is unbelievable.  I guess that was code for, "If motherfuckers don't start talking about me again real fucking quick, I'm gonna put a cap in Te'o's ass."



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srossi wrote:
beejmi wrote: Win lose or draw, Ray Lewis will be seen crying

Ray Lewis claimed today that he was "catfished" as well.  This guy is unbelievable.  I guess that was code for, "If motherfuckers don't start talking about me again real fucking quick, I'm gonna put a cap in Te'o's ass."


If Ray was smart ( which he isn't) he would keep his yap shut, because all he is doing is inviting the press to ask him about his doping.

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NEW ORLEANS – San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver has made inflammatory comments regarding homosexuality in football just a few days before Super Bowl XLVII.

Shock jock Artie Lange revealed he had interviewed Culliver at media day Tuesday and aired a segment on his show that night, where the player insisted that any gay players would not be welcome on the team.

"I don't do the gay guys man," said Culliver, whose Niners play the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. "I don't do that. No, we don't got no gay people on the team, they gotta get up out of here if they do.

"Can't be with that sweet stuff. Nah…can't be…in the locker room man. Nah."
When quizzed by Lange whether any homosexual athletes would need to keep their sexuality a secret in football, Culliver responded: "Yeah, come out 10 years later after that."

The 49ers released a statement Wednesday in response to Culliver's remarks:
"The San Francisco 49ers reject the comments that were made [Tuesday], and have addressed the matter with Chris. There is no place for discrimination within our organization at any level. We have and always will proudly support the LGBT community."

In the NFL's long history, there has never been an openly gay active player. However, sexual orientation has increasingly come into the spotlight recently.
The Manti Te'o girlfriend hoax saga was believed by many to be a ruse designed to hide his homosexuality, a claim that was vehemently denied by the former Notre Dame defensive star.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo has been an outspoken supporter of gay rights, using the profile of Super Bowl week to bring the issue further into the spotlight.

[Related: Ray Lewis agitated over link to PED during Super Bowl week]


And Monday, a report surfaced that former NFL player Kwame Harris had been charged with assaulting a former boyfriend.

"You always think because of the odds and the numbers there are gay players in the NFL," former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis told Huffington Post Live. "They haven't obviously come out and told anyone about it not even behind the scenes.

"Obviously there will be people who disagree and people who don't have a problem with it, but that will be in life as well. I don't think it is going to affect someone's play.
"Because it is so testosterone driven, it'd be really difficult for a gay player to stand up and say, 'Hey, I'm gay and I'm an NFL player.' "

Culliver, 24, did little to improve his own reputation on Wednesday, sending out a Tweet about a woman's monthly cycle.

Culliver, a reserve defensive back for San Francisco, appeared in all 16 games, recording 48 tackles and two interceptions.







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I grew up a 49ers fan and they're still my NFC team. I gotta root for them. Plus, I'm not much for Ray Lewis. Not much at all for him.



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Ray Lewis killed Buckhead. All-in on the Niners!



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I hope Ray Lewis gets chopped blocked on the first play of the game and has to be carted off crying in agony.  Then we can see how magical his IGF-1 spray really is

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I think we're about to get the "Presidential" pick.

Latest line is SF -4 1/2

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