Originally posted by Marvin49:
Originally posted by dhp318:
The NFL is such copycat league.
Pete comes into the league in 2010 with the "Always compete" mantra and he backs it up in training camp and basically lives by it.
Prior to 2010, how often did you here any NFL HC mention competition?
And how often did you hear it during the three days of the draft? I heard it over and over again.
Other teams are starting to draft long, rangy CBs. High end speed isn't as valued now provided the CB can swivel his hips smoothly during the transition.
Oh... another one... how often have you recently heard "GO _______" at the end of an interview... fill in the blank with almost any team's name.
They're stealing Russell's signature sign-off.
As they say... Imitation is the highest form of flattery.
This fool thinks that Pete Carroll invented the mantra of competition in the NFL. Are you f**king serious? How can you be any stupider as a sports fan than to think that the idea of competition is original??? THAT IS SPORTS
I know. I read that a few days ago and simply didn't have the strength to actually respond. Whats worse is that I didn't see any posters on that board point out the utter stupidity of the statement.
On many I boards I peruse, but especially
WZ, people love to disagree and argue. Nothing wrong with that, it's healthy, it keeps the homerism in check and offers perspective. But for the most part, on seahawks.net and seahawkblue.com, it's a mutual admiration society filled with backslaps, high-fives, and about all the debating they do is who gets to be pivot man in the Rusty Wilson mask.
[ Edited by DelCed2486 on May 2, 2013 at 10:32 AM ]