Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Deuce Wayne, Sep 12, 2011.
its funny because Duece keeps setting, then resetting the standard.
I'm pretty much convinced that Deuce only believes about 80% of what he types. This is most certainly part of the other 20%. Nobody is really that dumb.
He straight up admitted that he is trolling most of the time and doesn't believe most of what he says on here.
I'd love it if everyone would stop responding to his crap cause he really does feed off the attention. But he's a very accomplished troll so I'll assume this will continue for the foreseeable future.
freakin' Nancy Thigpen pulled himself from the SB - the got-dang SB!
Nancy is so fitting haha
I love how you guys pretend that guys being scared of certain teams isn't possible.
Especially a light-weight paper sack like CJ.
Things got physical. Ravens played dirty. And he didn't want any of that. They won by getting him to back out.
Oh okay. Thanks for clearing that up. Cool story bro.
I hope Johnson helps the team soon. No question that his hold out has hurt the team. Probably cost them one win already.
"... It was a playoff game, and when playoffs get here, teams do whatever it takes to win.'' - Chris Johnson referencing being ambushed in the POs against the murdermore ratbirds
so apparently CJ doesn't think teams do what it takes too win other than PO games, and then only the Titan opposition and not Tennessee.
Did you ever bash Eddie for being scared of Ray Lewis?
Lol you don't need to be melodramatic to be considered hurt. I had a severe ankle sprain in a HS football game, got it taped and tried going back in the game but had to come back out just one play later. I stood on the sideline with my arms folded exactly the way CJ did.
He most likely got injured on the play when Ed Reed tried to break him in half, and as each play went by, he felt his leg giving out more and more.
Edit* Just for the record, I like you, Deuce (Pause), others might find you irritating, but I find it amusing.
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