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    Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis







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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    Ol' Terry seems a little...."confused". Maybe he is thinking of Ed Reed with the constant talk of retiring.

    But who cares.




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    He sounds absolutely wasted there.




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    Quote Originally Posted by FellsPointRaven View Post
    He sounds absolutely wasted there.
    No kidding.. sounds like a drunk Steelers fan who can't stand Ray getting so much attention.

    And we've played a whopping two games since the announcement. Terry makes it sound like Ray started this retirement parade months ago.

    Screw Terry and that block head of his. He looks like the Creeper from Minecraft for pete's sake!




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    he was on the juice 100%




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    It's too bad Fox doesn't have the Super Bowl this year.




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    Skullet sporting Steeler homer has an opinion? And who cares?




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    HaHa Someone must have pulled that link, I guess he was drunk......

    Ahh links working now, maybe I should have had a beer.
    Last edited by Raven 555; 01-16-2013 at 01:21 PM.




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    Back to the AFCCG we go. So get ready!

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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    Wonder what he said in 2005 about Bettis?

    BTW - Did anybody know Jerome Bettis is from Detroit?
    We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. - Benjamin Franklin




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    He's pissed that he and all his friends lost their bets on the Bronco/Raven game.

    They can't stand being proved wrong after taking such a HUGE and VOCAL stand against Flacco, Ray Lewis, and the Ravens.

    They have been preaching for years that Joe was being carried by the defense, but when Ray Lewis is the center of attention, he turns and says it was Joe that carried Ray and the aging defense.

    The problem is, everything Ravens related has made ALL the talking heads look STUPID!
    They are being called out for the know nothings that they are and they don't like it.
    So they have to lash out at someone else instead of man-ing up (LOL!) and taking responsibility for their stupid remarks and lack of knowledge on the subject which they are being PAID to know.
    It turns out the average Raven fan knew much more than all these paid knuckleheads that only look at stats.

    And ANOTHER THING. It is obvious, that Bradshaw is jealous of the adoration of Ray by his fans while Terry was run out of town and ridiculed for being a dim bulb even though he had brought Pittsburgh 4 Lombardis.
    Here's some free advice Terry, take your anger out on your Steeler fans who dumped on your arse.
    And Terry, you SHOULD be complimenting Ray because he is a throwback from your era.




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    Re: Terry Bradshaw rips Ray Lewis

    Was this a morning show? Because it sounds like he was pretty far into the liquor cabinet.

    As others have said.
    Festivus

    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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