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DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:01 PM
Same ****, different team.

Caught an illegal procedure penalty on a kickoff in the 4th quarter, giving
the Patriots a short field

Norg
10-24-2010, 06:03 PM
i didnt even know he was with the chargers man thoes chargers love them some X texans

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:06 PM
The Chargers defense forced the Pats to go 4-and-out!

That's a good defense, and a good offense. They just waited to the
4th quarter to start ballin'!

Get ready to see if they need Brown to make a big kick!

This is an interesting game!

Section516
10-24-2010, 06:07 PM
Kris Brown kicking tie field goal if they don't score..

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:09 PM
Time for Brown. Is he over the yips?

Section516
10-24-2010, 06:09 PM
Oh boy..

Section516
10-24-2010, 06:10 PM
Five more yards..

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:10 PM
LOL.

False start makes it LONGER.

J_R
10-24-2010, 06:11 PM
50 yarder and...no good. YIKES!

LikeMike
10-24-2010, 06:11 PM
Same old Brown... glad to have Rackers.

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:11 PM
Brown BLEW IT!! The Chargers get to feel the CURSE of BROWN!!

Hit the upright!

texanfan2002114
10-24-2010, 06:12 PM
Thats why Kris Brown is NO LONGER A TEXAN!! Thank goodness!!

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:12 PM
Well. I guess Kubiak made the right choice on Rackers.

J_R
10-24-2010, 06:13 PM
Brown gonna be looking for a job again.

Texans34Life
10-24-2010, 06:13 PM
Wow, Kubiak actually made the right choice....SHOCKING!!!

Pollardized
10-24-2010, 06:14 PM
lmao at kris brown! looks veryyyyyyy familiar......

Norg
10-24-2010, 06:14 PM
o boy i kinda ....well no man umm this is the first time we seen a texans X kicker Miss for another team ... well sucks for brown

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:15 PM
The last two minutes of that game are ALL on Kris Brown.
The Chargers got a quick touchdown, onside kick, another
touchdown, then.....

Kris Brown kicks the ball out-of-bounds on the ensuing kickoff, to give
the Patriots the ball on the 40-yardline. We all witnessed the rest.

Same ****, different team.

Mr teX
10-24-2010, 06:18 PM
unbelievable....:tv: san diego special teams has absolutely killed them this year. responsible for at least 3 losses this year.

Texanmike02
10-24-2010, 06:18 PM
Oh wait. He's not a Texan. Great guy, who suddenly became mush under pressure.

Mike

Norg
10-24-2010, 06:18 PM
Now the chargers know how we felt

Blazin' Toro
10-24-2010, 06:19 PM
Haha, just saw that too, I was saying to myself "I feel bad for the San Diego fans and what they're about to witness." and sure enough he effed it up.

NitroGSXR
10-24-2010, 06:23 PM
Hang in there, Kris!!! We love you!!

Dutchrudder
10-24-2010, 06:26 PM
Too bad for Kris, but I'm glad the Chargers lost.

powerfuldragon
10-24-2010, 06:30 PM
Too bad for Kris, but I'm glad the Chargers lost.

yeah, that false start didn't help him at all.

b0ng
10-24-2010, 06:32 PM
Where's She-Texan?

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 06:35 PM
Hang in there, Kris!!! We love you!!

Distance (away from the Texans) makes the heart grow fonder!

drewmar74
10-24-2010, 06:41 PM
Distance (away from the Texans) makes the heart grow fonder!

Boy, you got that chit right.

Rey
10-24-2010, 06:43 PM
Distance (away from the Texans) makes the heart put things into perspective!

Fixed it!

gg no re
10-24-2010, 06:44 PM
tbqh that kick would've been blocked all the way to Boston if Kris was on target; there was a Patriot on the edge who had a very clean shot had Kris aimed a little bit more to the left.

that being said

pretty glad we went with Rackers

Wolf
10-24-2010, 06:46 PM
tbqh that kick would've been blocked all the way to Boston if Kris was on target; there was a Patriot on the edge who had a very clean shot had Kris aimed a little bit more to the left.

that being said

pretty glad we went with Rackers

I thought it got tipped at first but after replay it was close but no cigar .. that kick was dead in the water from the get go

Dutchrudder
10-24-2010, 06:50 PM
yeah, that false start didn't help him at all.

Can't really know for sure, but even without the false start that kick doesn't make it. He hit it straight the whole way, distance wasn't the issue, it was the accuracy just like last year. That kick had the distance to be good from another 10 yards back, but he didn't hook it to the left enough.

Scooter
10-24-2010, 06:51 PM
tbqh that kick would've been blocked all the way to Boston if Kris was on target; there was a Patriot on the edge who had a very clean shot had Kris aimed a little bit more to the left.

that being said

pretty glad we went with Rackers

yup, without adding a wicked curve there was no way that one was going in. even a fraction to the left would've been blocked.

BullsOnParade
10-24-2010, 06:54 PM
Before that drive, he shanked a kickoff out of bounds that gave the Patriots the ball at the 45. That was a BIG MISTAKE, luckily his defense made up for it.

Then right before the field goal, one of the SD lineman was called for a false start. So it made it a 50 yard field goal instead of a 45 yard one. Still I knew what was about to come...

I felt bad for the guy. Field goal off the upright... Didn't feel bad for the Texans, but I did feel a little bad for Kris Brown.

Wolf
10-24-2010, 07:06 PM
this thread :facepalm:

BullsOnParade
10-24-2010, 07:09 PM
this thread :facepalm:

Ya, no kidding. I just saw the other thread. I wish I would of seen that first.

thegr8fan
10-24-2010, 07:36 PM
didn't most of you see this coming before the ball was even snapped?? Game tie-ing FG to go into OT?? come on. I knew the outcome of that one way before the snap.

the really sad part is that he was actually in a competition for the Kicker spot on the Texans roster. Really? The Texans actually had a competition for his position after last years poor kicking?? I don't know any other team in the league that would have kept him after last season's results. But the Texans have a loyalty issue that continues to perplex me. Say what you want about the Patriots and their 'its just business' attitude, but they got it figured out correctly in the NFL.

Showtime100
10-24-2010, 07:43 PM
Hang in there, Kris!!! We love you!!

I agree with the 'hang in there' sentiment. Kind of surprising to see all the streamers and champagne over the miss.

I'm not worried about it, mind you, just an observation. The guy gave the Texans all he had. I can't ask more more than that.

eriadoc
10-24-2010, 08:01 PM
You hate to see this for one of the NFL's good guys, but I'm just happy he isn't our kicker anymore.

JB
10-24-2010, 08:15 PM
I agree with the 'hang in there' sentiment. Kind of surprising to see all the streamers and champagne over the miss.

I'm not worried about it, mind you, just an observation. The guy gave the Texans all he had. I can't ask more more than that.

Some on this board seem to take great glee in the misfortune of others. Even when they have given their all to this franchise. Pretty sad really.

GuerillaBlack
10-24-2010, 08:31 PM
Some on this board seem to take great glee in the misfortune of others. Even when they have given their all to this franchise. Pretty sad really.

I think it's more of a "I told you so" to all those that wanted Kris Brown on the the Texans still.

DexmanC
10-24-2010, 08:41 PM
I think it's more of a "I told you so" to all those that wanted Kris Brown on the the Texans still.

During all last year, and most of preseason, there were quite a few
people exalting Kris Brown as if he were Jesus H. Christ. I made
this thread knowing I wasn't the only one with a "woohoo" feeling on the
inside, starting when Kris shanked that kickoff.

That took all of the Chargers' momentum right away.

False Start
10-24-2010, 08:42 PM
I wonder if Kubiak was watching? Did he turn away from the TV with him and KB being such good pals and all. lol... My brother bet me 5 bucks he would make it, KB being a former Houston pro athlete and all. :cool:

Seriously, I kind of felt bad for the guy, but I will not miss him. He's a great guy, and I respect that, but it was time to move on.

brakos82
10-24-2010, 08:52 PM
I wonder if Kbuiak was watching? Did he turn away from the TV with him and KB being such good pals and all.

:lol:

Lucky
10-25-2010, 12:35 AM
The last two minutes of that game are ALL on Kris Brown.
The Chargers got a quick touchdown, onside kick, another
touchdown, then....
Had Brown not executed the onside kick, there would have been no Charger comeback. If you're going to bash Brown for missing the 50 yarder, at least give him props for what he did right.

TexansSeminole
10-25-2010, 12:39 AM
I felt like the kick would have been blocked had it been more in line. I don't know if Kris saw that and tried to avoid it or that was just how it worked out, but overall I can't really fully blame the guy. Not only was he getting massive pressure from his left side, but his offensive line didn't make things any easier when they got the false start penalty to make it a 50 yarder.

edit: I originally wrote I felt like the block would have been kicked. :/

houstonspartan
10-25-2010, 12:43 AM
Kris Brown: Great guy. No doubt.

But, when he lined up to kick for us, I used to get a knot in my stomach.

When Neil Rackers lines up for us, I don't.

That's all I'm going to say about that.

IDEXAN
10-25-2010, 07:55 AM
Yea I watched the end of that game and couldn't help feeling for Brown,
but as a Texan fan gotta say it does tend to validate Kubiaks decision to replace Brown.

GuerillaBlack
10-25-2010, 08:17 AM
LOL at Duane Brown. From his Twitter:

Damn Kris Brown

http://twitter.com/DuaneBrown76

MannyFresh
10-25-2010, 09:01 AM
Had Brown not executed the onside kick, there would have been no Charger comeback. If you're going to bash Brown for missing the 50 yarder, at least give him props for what he did right.

Props for what he did right?! An onside kick is literally a crapshoot, a bounce here, off the helmet there, a player maybe is fast enough to zone in on it...he hadn't a "good" onside kick in over 3 years, but he sure hooked/sliced and CLANG'd it too many times to count. I'm with Team Rackers!

Texan_Bill
10-25-2010, 09:11 AM
Same old Brown... glad to have Rackers.

:rolleyes: Except for the fact that with Rackers you don't even attempt a 50 yarder because of his popcorn ass leg.

Texan_Bill
10-25-2010, 09:14 AM
Props for what he did right?! An onside kick is literally a crapshoot, a bounce here, off the helmet there, a player maybe is fast enough to zone in on it...he hadn't a "good" onside kick in over 3 years, but he sure hooked/sliced and CLANG'd it too many times to count. I'm with Team Rackers!

Have fun with all that!! :lol:

DexmanC
10-25-2010, 09:31 AM
Had Brown not executed the onside kick, there would have been no Charger comeback. If you're going to bash Brown for missing the 50 yarder, at least give him props for what he did right.

I'm also bashing him for the illegal procedure after the second touchdown.
After he shanked the kickoff out-of-bounds, this thread got started.
That was a momentum-buster.

When you fail a test, you don't get kudos for the question you got right.

Dread-Head
10-25-2010, 09:45 AM
I was swearing at my TV till I realized he's no longer wearing a blue helmet.

Beer and Metal
10-25-2010, 10:15 AM
I felt like the kick would have been blocked had it been more in line. I don't know if Kris saw that and tried to avoid it or that was just how it worked out, but overall I can't really fully blame the guy. Not only was he getting massive pressure from his left side, but his offensive line didn't make things any easier when they got the false start penalty to make it a 50 yarder.

edit: I originally wrote I felt like the block would have been kicked. :/

This.

When they showed the replay, there was a hand about six inches to the left of the ball as it was in flight.

eriadoc
10-25-2010, 11:29 AM
:rolleyes: Except for the fact that with Rackers you don't even attempt a 50 yarder because of his popcorn ass leg.

If I can't have a complete kicker, I'll take accuracy over distance every day.

Double Barrel
10-25-2010, 11:55 AM
didn't most of you see this coming before the ball was even snapped?? Game tie-ing FG to go into OT?? come on. I knew the outcome of that one way before the snap.

the really sad part is that he was actually in a competition for the Kicker spot on the Texans roster. Really? The Texans actually had a competition for his position after last years poor kicking?? I don't know any other team in the league that would have kept him after last season's results. But the Texans have a loyalty issue that continues to perplex me. Say what you want about the Patriots and their 'its just business' attitude, but they got it figured out correctly in the NFL.

This. :thumbup

Regardless of what a great person KB is, on the field it only comes down to performance....or, at least it should only come down to performance.

That this franchise had to have a competition in the face of KB's 2009 season speaks volumes about the misguided loyalty that this franchise has seemed to place on certain players (but obviously not all players...hmmmmm....).

HJam72
10-25-2010, 11:56 AM
If I can't have a complete kicker, I'll take accuracy over distance every day.

Better to have turk punt it way over the uprights than to miss a 50+ yard FG. Come to think of it, has anybody considered trying to have Turk kick some long ones? He might be good for like 40% from the 50 yard-line or something....and 40% from the 5 yard-line. :)

Dutchrudder
10-25-2010, 03:15 PM
didn't most of you see this coming before the ball was even snapped?? Game tie-ing FG to go into OT?? come on. I knew the outcome of that one way before the snap.

the really sad part is that he was actually in a competition for the Kicker spot on the Texans roster. Really? The Texans actually had a competition for his position after last years poor kicking?? I don't know any other team in the league that would have kept him after last season's results. But the Texans have a loyalty issue that continues to perplex me. Say what you want about the Patriots and their 'its just business' attitude, but they got it figured out correctly in the NFL.

I can only speculate, but a couple of things to consider about that.

1. KB was playing with a bit of plantar fasciitis last year, so they may have wanted to wait and see if he kicked better post-recovery.

2. I believe there was at least a million in guaranteed money left on his contract, so it didn't cost the team anything to keep him around through the offseason.

3. Rackers had his own issues with a groin injury last year, so he was not guaranteed to be better than KB. He also missed enough FGs to warrant concern.

4. The competition did nothing to hurt this team during the preseason, but it did make them both step up their game and do their best to win the job. It could have only helped and keeping both under contract also means that if one gets injured in preseason, the other works as insurance.

SheTexan
10-25-2010, 04:55 PM
Where's She-Texan?

Right here!!:fieldgoal Yep, Kris missed! He deserves to be crucified!!! After all, he's only had a cast off his foot for one week!! BUT, GEEEEEZZZZ, the boy missed a 50 yarder by hitting the uprights!! DAMN, I dare him even show his face on the field!!!:sarcasm:

gwallaia
10-25-2010, 05:02 PM
A fifty yarder hits the uprights and people are giving Kris Brown a hard time.

Jeez, pretty sad people.

Texan_Bill
10-25-2010, 05:53 PM
If I can't have a complete kicker, I'll take accuracy over distance every day.

True that.

That said, it just amazes that people who have never even kicked an extra point let alone a 40+ yarder think it's all that easy. It ain't! 50+ yards 50/50 shot at best.

JB
10-25-2010, 06:39 PM
True that.

That said, it just amazes that people who have never even kicked an extra point let alone a 40+ yarder think it's all that easy. It ain't! 50+ yards 50/50 shot at best.

Hell, 98% of the people on this board couldn't hit a 30 fg 50% of the time....

DexmanC
10-25-2010, 06:40 PM
Hell, 98% of the people on this board couldn't hit a 30 fg 50% of the time....

I can miss just as much as Kris Brown, but nobody's paying me 3 million dollars.

JB
10-25-2010, 06:44 PM
I can miss just as much as Kris Brown, but nobody's paying me 3 million dollars.

If you could hit as much as Kris Brown, you would be earning 3 million dollars.

eriadoc
10-25-2010, 07:52 PM
True that.

That said, it just amazes that people who have never even kicked an extra point let alone a 40+ yarder think it's all that easy. It ain't! 50+ yards 50/50 shot at best.

Oh, I agree. But KB's problem has never been distance.

And I've said it before - kickers have the crappiest job in the NFL. But they know what the situation is, and a crappy job in the NFL is still better than most jobs we mortals have access to.

MannyFresh
10-25-2010, 08:12 PM
If you could hit as much as Kris Brown, you would be earning 3 million dollars.

I'm sure DexmanC and anyone else could hit the same amount of uprights as KrissyB...LOL rep for you Dexman, that was funny!

Texan_Bill
10-25-2010, 08:21 PM
I'm sure DexmanC and anyone else could hit the same amount of uprights as KrissyB...LOL rep for you Dexman, that was funny!

I seriously doubt that... It's easier to make a kick than it is to hit an upright from 20 yards out.... Unless of course, your name is Toni Fritsch!! He used to bet teammates a six-pack of beer (or in his case Bier) that he could nail an upright!! If you ever saw Toni, he won quite often!!!

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2009/0709/life_g_fritsch_576.jpg

JB
10-25-2010, 08:39 PM
I'm sure DexmanC and anyone else could hit the same amount of uprights as KrissyB...LOL rep for you Dexman, that was funny!

I seriously doubt that... It's easier to make a kick than it is to hit an upright from 20 yards out.... Unless of course, your name is Toni Fritsch!! He used to bet teammates a six-pack of beer (or in his case Bier) that he could nail an upright!! If you ever saw Toni, he won quite often!!!

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2009/0709/life_g_fritsch_576.jpg

Ignorance knows no bounds.... :kubepalm:

Blake
10-25-2010, 08:49 PM
A fifty yarder hits the uprights and people are giving Kris Brown a hard time.

Jeez, pretty sad people.

Kris Brown hasnt earned the benefit of the doubt. At this point you expect him to miss, and this just reaffirms our lack of belief in the dude.

Texan_Bill
10-25-2010, 08:58 PM
Kris Brown hasnt earned the benefit of the doubt. At this point you expect him to miss, and this just reaffirms our lack of belief in the dude.
:rolleyes:


2009:
David Akers 1 of 3 from 50+
Shayne Graham 2 of 4 from 50+
Josh Scobee 4 of 9 from 50+
John Kasay 1 of 4 from 50+

Kris Brown 2 of 4 from 50+


Again, the arrogance of fans that think a 50 yarder is a gimme!

:wadepalm:

gg no re
10-25-2010, 10:18 PM
Again, the arrogance of fans that think a 50 yarder is a gimme!

:wadepalm:I do it all the time in Madden, I expect the real players to do it better.

That said, I wonder why more defensive coordinators don't utilize the nano-blitz? It seems pretty good at stuffing offenses, at least in Madden.

eriadoc
10-25-2010, 10:20 PM
:rolleyes:


2009:
David Akers 1 of 3 from 50+
Shayne Graham 2 of 4 from 50+
Josh Scobee 4 of 9 from 50+
John Kasay 1 of 4 from 50+

Kris Brown 2 of 4 from 50+


Again, the arrogance of fans that think a 50 yarder is a gimme!

Again, distance has never been the issue with KB. I'm not going to tread on a dead man's grave, so to speak, but let's just say if we posted the rest of his numbers from '09, it doesn't look so good. If a 50 yarder is a 50/50 proposition, then it gets better the closer in, right? ;)

brakos82
10-25-2010, 10:27 PM
Better to have turk punt it way over the uprights than to miss a 50+ yard FG. Come to think of it, has anybody considered trying to have Turk kick some long ones? He might be good for like 40% from the 50 yard-line or something....and 40% from the 5 yard-line. :)

Are drop-kick FG's still legal? :thinking:

gg no re
10-25-2010, 10:50 PM
Are drop-kick FG's still legal? :thinking:

Yeah; Flutie booted one as his last NFL play IIRC

MannyFresh
10-26-2010, 05:44 AM
I seriously doubt that... It's easier to make a kick than it is to hit an upright from 20 yards out.... Unless of course, your name is Toni Fritsch!! He used to bet teammates a six-pack of beer (or in his case Bier) that he could nail an upright!! If you ever saw Toni, he won quite often!!!

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2009/0709/life_g_fritsch_576.jpg


LOL, I remember seeing Fritsch as a kid at the Dome and different functions around town. Kinda looks like Dorf on Football.

Blake
10-26-2010, 07:55 AM
:rolleyes:


2009:
David Akers 1 of 3 from 50+
Shayne Graham 2 of 4 from 50+
Josh Scobee 4 of 9 from 50+
John Kasay 1 of 4 from 50+

Kris Brown 2 of 4 from 50+


Again, the arrogance of fans that think a 50 yarder is a gimme!

:wadepalm:

When did I say a 50 yarder was a gimmie? Oh thats right, I didnt. My only point is that Kris Brown has proven to be unreliable. Especially in a tight spot. Here are his numbers last year.

20-29: 11 of 13.
30-39: 6 of 9.
40-49: 2 of 6.

Maybe you would rather I pull out the pom poms for Kris? Tell him what a good kicker he is? Well **** that, the dude has lost it.

gtexan02
10-26-2010, 07:59 AM
The most important thing a kicker can do is win it/tie it with the game on the line.

Every other make is less meaningful if he can't win/extend the game. That was KBs fault last year.

silvrhand
10-26-2010, 09:03 AM
:rolleyes:


2009:
David Akers 1 of 3 from 50+
Shayne Graham 2 of 4 from 50+
Josh Scobee 4 of 9 from 50+
John Kasay 1 of 4 from 50+

Kris Brown 2 of 4 from 50+


Again, the arrogance of fans that think a 50 yarder is a gimme!

:wadepalm:

Come on though Bill, when the game is on the line you got to come through. Don't get me wrong the kick wasn't easy but that's the deal Kris has just been on the snide and to get off you gotta make those, you got to come through big for the team.

DexmanC
10-26-2010, 10:01 AM
Come on though Bill, when the game is on the line you got to come through. Don't get me wrong the kick wasn't easy but that's the deal Kris has just been on the snide and to get off you gotta make those, you got to come through big for the team.

Rackers made the winning field goal in the Washington game.
We've already got our return-on-investment with Rackers.

SheTexan
10-27-2010, 08:45 AM
Rackers made the winning field goal in the Washington game.
We've already got our return-on-investment with Rackers.

He also missed one in Washington, which would have negated the stress of the "winning field goal." He also missed an easy one in Oakland. He has yet to prove he is any different than Kris. JMO! PLUS, some of his kickoffs have made me cringe.

NOW!! I'm not saying we didn't need to change, due to KBs ongoing injury problem, BUT, we didn't improve ourselves one damn bit!! JMO!! Regardless, NR is a TEXAN now, and I want him to succeed!! Maybe he'll be a hero and kick that winning FG on MNF!!! If it comes to that, I hope he makes it happen!!!:texflag:

Texan_Bill
10-27-2010, 09:06 AM
When did I say a 50 yarder was a gimmie? Oh thats right, I didnt. My only point is that Kris Brown has proven to be unreliable. Especially in a tight spot. Here are his numbers last year.

20-29: 11 of 13.
30-39: 6 of 9.
40-49: 2 of 6.

Maybe you would rather I pull out the pom poms for Kris? Tell him what a good kicker he is? Well **** that, the dude has lost it.

Come on though Bill, when the game is on the line you got to come through. Don't get me wrong the kick wasn't easy but that's the deal Kris has just been on the snide and to get off you gotta make those, you got to come through big for the team.

I'm not defending Kris, so both of y'all step down off your ****ing high horses. I'm defending kickers who have to deal with stupid sonsabitches who have never kicked a thing in their life and act like a 45 yarder is easy!!

silvrhand
10-27-2010, 09:56 AM
I'm not defending Kris, so both of y'all step down off your ****ing high horses. I'm defending kickers who have to deal with stupid sonsabitches who have never kicked a thing in their life and act like a 45 yarder is easy!!

:ohsnap:


:slapfight:


It's on now Bill!!!!

Blake
10-28-2010, 03:58 PM
I'm not defending Kris, so both of y'all step down off your ****ing high horses. I'm defending kickers who have to deal with stupid sonsabitches who have never kicked a thing in their life and act like a 45 yarder is easy!!

Bill! Stop being a big :hobie:!

In my previous post, I was cracking down on Kris. You quoted me in your reply and posted stats of other kickers vs. kris Brown. But yeah, you arent defending the Kris. :ok:

infantrycak
10-28-2010, 04:19 PM
I think this is officially now the 2nd most any ex-Texan has been talked about behind HWWNBN.

:kubepalm:

beerlover
10-28-2010, 04:20 PM
I think this is officially now the 2nd most any ex-Texan has been talked about behind HWWNBN.

:kubepalm:

you mean HWMNBN :cool:

DexmanC
10-28-2010, 06:25 PM
I think this is officially now the 2nd most any ex-Texan has been talked about behind HWWNBN.

:kubepalm:

Apparently, he's equally beloved.

Blake
10-29-2010, 08:15 AM
I think this is officially now the 2nd most any ex-Texan has been talked about behind HWWNBN.

:kubepalm:

I think Dunta still holds that spot.

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 12:03 PM
I'm not defending Kris, so both of y'all step down off your ****ing high horses. I'm defending kickers who have to deal with stupid sonsabitches who have never kicked a thing in their life and act like a 45 yarder is easy!!

Whoa!! Whoa!! Whoa!!

Hey guys, I just re-read my post and it didn't exact come off the way I intended it too. I was trying to be light-hearted but that came across as mean spirited. Was not my intention.