NFL  > General NFL  > James Harrison is So Dumb .....
October 20, 2010, 08:58 PM
... he thinks a quarterback is a refund
... he thinks square roots are vegetables
... he thinks Taco Bell is the Mexican phone company
... when the judge said, "order in the court" he said "I will have 2 buckets of fried chicken and a bucket of fries"
October 20, 2010  11:18 PM ET
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... he thinks a quarterback is a refund... he thinks square roots are vegetables... he thinks Taco Bell is the Mexican phone company... when the judge said, "order in the court" he said "I will have 2 buckets of fried chicken and a bucket of fries"

Now that's good..................and it sounds accurate to me.

October 20, 2010  11:57 PM ET

why the hate on James Harrison,he plays the game right.

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October 21, 2010  01:17 PM ET

Poor Poor Whittle Jimmy had to go to the corner and cry because "THE MAN" is telling him what to do. Maybe they should get the NAACP in on this one.

October 21, 2010  02:19 PM ET
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oh by the way sunlight deprived one, whats your take on a WR well under 190lbs chances of taking many collisions with 200 to 300lb defensive players in the NFL?

well, first, i am actually as sun-deprived as anyone on the planet. You see we have short winter days, but we also have long summer days. Longer than the lower-48's...so, try again...I think they can handle it, because they generally do. However when someone gets hit in the head at that speed, it causes damage regardless...

October 21, 2010  02:21 PM ET
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seriously, who is smarter? ..the WR who instead of protecting himself (or perhaps catching the ball & going down before the hit), he extends himself while playing with bobbled ball instead of protecting himself for the collision about to happen

You just don't get it do you? The "leading with the helmet" rules are being altered to to protect BOTH receiver and defender. It's as much about protecting people like your boy Harrison as it is about protecing QBs, WR,s, etc.

October 21, 2010  02:26 PM ET
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Join with the rest of here that already know that JCC is a moron. Just try ignoring him and you'll be fine. :)

Sorry I thought this was a football discussion board. My bad.

October 21, 2010  02:44 PM ET
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don't you like being told how do think & who to talk to? ..lmao, there is a distinct click on this website that behaves like this is a political board ... I'll talk football, even though its real tough while 5-6 hacks dishout personal attacks 99% of the time

i LOVE being told how to think and what to do. made life sooooo much easier...however, i don't think anyone said anything about politics on here, except..........you

October 21, 2010  04:11 PM ET
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JD... getting under the skin of those nasty ****!!!! he hehehehehehe

nice work JD, gettin' them all riled up!

October 21, 2010  04:17 PM ET
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whats the matter, didy you give up trying to talk intelligently? ... I know its tough, but if you can't, then why do expect NFL players to sideline their primal instincts & play 'nicely'....lmao, seriously, this website cannot be affiliated with SI.com & I will be putting emails & phone calls into both AOL & SI

you say i can't talk intelligently, did you read what you wrote?

October 21, 2010  05:31 PM ET

hey fat baby or pee wee or whatever your name is,what the heck are you talking about.Chill out and dont let your shortcomings bother you so much.LOL

October 21, 2010  10:25 PM ET

NFL > General NFL > James Harrison is So Dumb .....

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.October 20, 2010, 08:58 PMREPLY | QUOTE ... he thinks a quarterback is a refund
... he thinks square roots are vegetables
... he thinks Taco Bell is the Mexican phone company
... when the judge said, "order in the court" he said "I will have 2 buckets of fried chicken and a bucket of fries" ..


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..............not really

Hey Dr.b-f-g; Did you happen to read the statement Harrison made this afternoon? A fairly eloquent explanation of how he was taken out of context by the media, who zeroed in on his initial statements and omitted his additional statements trying to clarify his meaning. Interestingly, there seems to be numerous NFL players, both current and retired/now commentators, that agreed his hits were within the rules and that the NFL "liberal intelligensia" is overreacting AGAIN. Maybe they should rename the NFL the NPOIL ( National Public Opinion League )

Apparently, since arguing the merits/or lack thereof, for the decision to fine Harrison for plays which were judged DURING THE GAME to be perfectly legal, isn't effective......maybe attacking the player's intelligence will be?l

This entire message board quickly degenerated into a free-for-all personal vendetta, having nothing to do with the original post, as idiotic as it was, and certainly NOTHING to do with the NFL............................................................how sad

October 22, 2010  12:05 AM ET
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... Hey Dr.b-f-g; Did you happen to read the statement Harrison made this afternoon? A fairly eloquent explanation of how he was taken out of context by the media, who zeroed in on his initial statements and omitted his additional statements trying to clarify his meaning.

Interestingly, there seems to be numerous NFL players, both current and retired/now commentators, that agreed his hits were within the rules and that the NFL "liberal intelligensia" is overreacting AGAIN. Maybe they should rename the NFL the NPOIL ( National Public Opinion League )Apparently, since arguing the merits/or lack thereof, for the decision to fine Harrison for plays which were judged DURING THE GAME to be perfectly legal, isn't effective......maybe attacking the player's intelligence will be?lThis entire message board quickly degenerated into a free-for-all personal vendetta, having nothing to do with the original post, as idiotic as it was, and certainly NOTHING to do with the NFL............................................................how sad

No I did not hear Harrison's statement. I can sympathize because I have little respect for journalists due to the practice you mentioned where they pick and choose the phrases they want, edit out the rest, and spin it to their advantage.

You and I will probably not see eye to eye on the style of football played by headhunters in the league. IMO doling out excessive punishment brings a thug element to the game. While the NFLPA lobbies for better health and disability benefits, some of it's members play as if they have no mutual respect or code of honor.

And yes I think James Harrison is dumber than a box of rocks. However, the reason I have little respect for him is because of the thug element he brings to the game and the excuses he hides behind.

October 24, 2010  09:52 PM ET

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You and I will probably not see eye to eye on the style of football played by headhunters in the league. IMO doling out excessive punishment brings a thug element to the game. While the NFLPA lobbies for better health and disability benefits, some of it's members play as if they have no mutual respect or code of honor.

And yes I think James Harrison is dumber than a box of rocks. However, the reason I have little respect for him is because of the thug element he brings to the game and the excuses he hides behind.


Dr.B-F-G: I don't condone "headhunting" in the sense of delivering egregious head blows, ie the old Deacon Jones "helmet slap" or the "spearing" of players by helmet-first diving. However, the game IS football and when played at the professional level, does involve high impact collisions. Some of these will involve incidental helmet contact, just from one or the other player making small position adjustments during the play.

I didn't post the whole quote, but you can look it up.....Joshua Cribbs was in the Cleveland Plain Dealer stating that James Harrison's hits weren't cheap, just good, solid play. He went so far as to say that "wouldn't you want someone like that on your team?"

After carefully reviewing the film from last week, the only hit that truly appears to be a deliberate attempt to deliver a head blow is the hit on Todd Heap by Merriweather....Let's not "throw the baby out with the bathwater..."

October 13, 2011  10:56 AM ET
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... he thinks a quarterback is a refund... he thinks square roots are vegetables... he thinks Taco Bell is the Mexican phone company... when the judge said, "order in the court" he said "I will have 2 buckets of fried chicken and a bucket of fries"

Imagine that....someone from Texas callin' James Harrison "dumb"......

(Show 'em DUMB, Tony!!!)

October 13, 2011  11:05 AM ET


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October 13, 2011  02:22 PM ET

What a tool you are SheMAN.

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