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9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:12PM #1
NW
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A turnover already.  Sigh.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:13PM #2
Hustleorbench
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What is it with turnovers? I mean they had the bye's to correct this fumbling problems.

"All Senior Citizens should have Life Alert". -- Old Lady
9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:18PM #3
NW
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I can't fault Boss for that one, he didn't really fumble, it was a great play by the Seattle guy.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:21PM #4
TateSeefried
Posts: 517

Curry is a former top draft pick for Seattle.


What irritated me the most about that turnover was seeing Pete Carroll so excited for having the call on the field overturned.

"I felt like we weren't going the way I wanted us to," said Mattingly when asked why he wanted a trade. "The Yankees said they had a five-year plan. I didn't have five years." 

From the NY Times, August 16, 1991 on the topic of trading Don Mattingly at the time.  That five-year plan would later turn into four championships in a five year span (and one other championship almost a decade later in 2009 with a core group of players hatched from that original plan).  And a new Yankees' dynasty would be born.  Patience is a good thing.
9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:23PM #5
Hustleorbench
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Nov 7, 2010 -- 4:21PM, TateSeefried wrote:


Curry is a former top draft pick for Seattle.


What irritated me the most about that turnover was seeing Pete Carroll so excited for having the call on the field overturned.





He acted like he just won the superbowl.

"All Senior Citizens should have Life Alert". -- Old Lady
9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:23PM #6
NW
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Nov 7, 2010 -- 4:21PM, TateSeefried wrote:


Curry is a former top draft pick for Seattle.


What irritated me the most about that turnover was seeing Pete Carroll so excited for having the call on the field overturned.





Seeing Pete Carroll excited turns the stomach of most Jets fans.  Couldn't cut it in NY.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:25PM #7
TateSeefried
Posts: 517

Very nice ref - pass interference.  Let's score 7 here

"I felt like we weren't going the way I wanted us to," said Mattingly when asked why he wanted a trade. "The Yankees said they had a five-year plan. I didn't have five years." 

From the NY Times, August 16, 1991 on the topic of trading Don Mattingly at the time.  That five-year plan would later turn into four championships in a five year span (and one other championship almost a decade later in 2009 with a core group of players hatched from that original plan).  And a new Yankees' dynasty would be born.  Patience is a good thing.
9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:26PM #8
NW
Posts: 13,163

I think the Giants need to bring Jacobs in to beat the defensive line up a little bit.  Loosen up the defense for the pass.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:29PM #9
Hustleorbench
Posts: 3,736

The seahags are lucky this isnt 14-0 game.

"All Senior Citizens should have Life Alert". -- Old Lady
9 years ago  ::  Nov 07, 2010 - 4:29PM #10
TateSeefried
Posts: 517

YEAH - BRADSHAW - TD.  


Nice to hear the Seattle 12th man grow a little quiet.


 

"I felt like we weren't going the way I wanted us to," said Mattingly when asked why he wanted a trade. "The Yankees said they had a five-year plan. I didn't have five years." 

From the NY Times, August 16, 1991 on the topic of trading Don Mattingly at the time.  That five-year plan would later turn into four championships in a five year span (and one other championship almost a decade later in 2009 with a core group of players hatched from that original plan).  And a new Yankees' dynasty would be born.  Patience is a good thing.
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