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Mr.Pack

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
So what does a "full 110 yards" mean?

:confused:

 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
So what does a "full 110 yards" mean?

:confused:
The ball was at the back line of the end zone when he reached out and caught it. See: context above for more info

 

Donnybrook

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
 

beef

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
So what does a "full 110 yards" mean? :confused:
mads weeney often doesn't know what he's talking about.
 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.

 

Eviloutsider

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.
Especially if it's a full 109!

 

Mr.Pack

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
So what does a "full 110 yards" mean?

:confused:
The ball was at the back line of the end zone when he reached out and caught it. See: context above for more info
Context: You're a ####.

Move on clown

 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.
Especially if it's a full 109!
See: context above

 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
So what does a "full 110 yards" mean?

:confused:
The ball was at the back line of the end zone when he reached out and caught it. See: context above for more info
Context: You're a ####.

Move on clown
I think you just assured that I won't be.

 

madviking10

Footballguy
Alright Mad Sweeny and Mr. Pack in a tiff. How the hell am I suppose to ##### about Ponder with you hogging the thread?

 

Donnybrook

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.
More impressive when the team is set up to defend the kickoff IMO.
 

The General

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.
More impressive when the team is set up to defend the kickoff IMO.
BUT IT WAS A FULL 110!

 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
IIRC correctly Cromartie's return was on a field goal attempt by the Vikings. So although it was a smart by him to run it out of the end zone it wasn't all that impressive because the Vikings had a bunch of slow lineman trying to catch him.
Anybody going 109 yards is impressive.
More impressive when the team is set up to defend the kickoff IMO.
Well, he did have to run an extra yard, plus he didn't have 10 other usually guys setting up a practiced blocking scheme. In fact, I'm sure most of the guys on the field for the Bolts don't do much blocking at all. I wasn't trying to say one was more impressive than the other, however.

 

mad sweeney

Footballguy
Someone ought to re-think the purple on purple. Not a big fan of uni-color decisions like this. Fortunately, they're not the worst in the league (Seattle's gray on gray is easily the worst unless the Broncos or Bears come out in all-orange).

There's your third down stop.

 

madviking10

Footballguy
Someone ought to re-think the purple on purple. Not a big fan of uni-color decisions like this. Fortunately, they're not the worst in the league (Seattle's gray on gray is easily the worst unless the Broncos or Bears come out in all-orange).

There's your third down stop.
Agreed....Purple on Purple should be banned for the good of the game.

 

Mario Kart

Footballguy
Cromartie's was a full 110 yards, this was a true 109er. IIRC, AP set a rushing record in that game as well.
Can't have 110.
Yes, that's why it's a 109 yard record. That's why I used the word "true" when talking about the one tonight. Try using context when you read. It'll be tough for you, but ultimately I think it will benefit you in the long run.
How would "context" have benefited anyone from what you wrote? Before telling others to use context, you should learn how to write. "A full 110 yards" = :lol: Did not know we were playing Canadian football here.

 

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