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  1. #25
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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old



    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    "Big, fast, athletic, unstoppable, freak,'' Elam said.

    "You've got to know when it's time to double him, when it's time to triple-team him,'' Elam said. "You've got to keep your eye on him, because (Detroit quarterback (Matthew) Stafford wants to get the ball to him.''

    "He can be a problem, a game-wrecker,'' Elam said. "We've got to do our job and execute.''
    If that's all he said OK. But the other comments were better left unsaid.
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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Put him on Smith island I'm hearing that place is on shut down!

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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    After the game, one of these two will be quiet and the other mouthing off. Happens all the time, except with Flacco. Fist pump and a yell is sufficient for him. Elam, welcome to the media's world. Good luck!
    When have you ever seen Calvin Johnson mouth off before or after the game?

    He's as humble and nice a player as anyone in the league and unlike Joe he does not show a trace of arrogance.

    BTW, I rarely see Peyton fist pump and yell and that's suppose to be Joe's idol.




  4. #28

    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens75 View Post
    When have you ever seen Calvin Johnson mouth off before or after the game?

    He's as humble and nice a player as anyone in the league and unlike Joe he does not show a trace of arrogance.

    BTW, I rarely see Peyton fist pump and yell and that's suppose to be Joe's idol.
    If Peyton threw a fist pump he could damn well break a hip at this point.

    HE'S OLD.




  5. #29

    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by OhThePossibilities View Post
    If Peyton threw a fist pump he could damn well break a hip at this point.

    HE'S OLD.
    LMAO!




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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by OhThePossibilities View Post
    If Peyton threw a fist pump he could damn well break a hip at this point.

    HE'S OLD.
    That was so wrong...but so funny.
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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens75 View Post
    When have you ever seen Calvin Johnson mouth off before or after the game?

    He's as humble and nice a player as anyone in the league and unlike Joe he does not show a trace of arrogance.

    BTW, I rarely see Peyton fist pump and yell and that's suppose to be Joe's idol.
    What the hell are you going on about? Since when is Joe arrogant? I have seen Peyton fist pump and yell many times. Who cares if someone shows emotion and joy in the heat of a moment? Every QB does it.




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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Not the smartest thing to say for sure, but it won't make Johnson play any better on Monday night. If he has a big game it is because he is the best WR in the game, not because of some comment that a uninformed rookie made.
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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by lowrider View Post
    Not the smartest thing to say for sure, but it won't make Johnson play any better on Monday night. If he has a big game it is because he is the best WR in the game, not because of some comment that a uninformed rookie made.
    Yeah, but can't you see a thought bubble of him thinking "I'll show you OLD, junior". It's an ending waiting to be written.
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  10. #34

    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by callahan09 View Post
    What the hell are you going on about? Since when is Joe arrogant? I have seen Peyton fist pump and yell many times. Who cares if someone shows emotion and joy in the heat of a moment? Every QB does it.
    First read post #11 and you'll understand my response.

    Second IMO Joe is arrogant but who isn't at that position.

    Third I've never seen Peyton fist pump and yell 'many times'. It's rare with him because he expects to make plays all the time.

    Lastly I don't get the 'What the hell' and all that nonsense in addressing me. Since you choose to take that route I responded in a terse manner.

    Surprised no ones jumped in.




  11. #35

    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    If that's all he said OK. But the other comments were better left unsaid.
    I agree, but I'm also on board with the idea that what's said before a game rarely actually has any effect on how the game is played. IMO, it shows that he's not very smart but it's not an issue.




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    Re: Matt Elam calls Calvin Johnson old

    Quote Originally Posted by BSHU View Post
    I agree, but I'm also on board with the idea that what's said before a game rarely actually has any effect on how the game is played. IMO, it shows that he's not very smart but it's not an issue.
    My thought exactly. Rookie learning curve stuff.
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