Chump Bailey's reaction to the loss

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  1. Hardcore Texan

    Hardcore Texan Magnet Man

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    From now on I will refer to him as "Chump" Bailey, because that is exactly how he sounds.

    "A team like this beating us by 18 points, I mean it's uncalled for," cornerback Champ Bailey said. "It should never happen."

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap?gid=20071213034&prov=ap

    Uh......but it did, maybe next time you should show up. How about just giving a classy response and say the best team won.....and Denver was not that team. :cool:
     
  2. brickman

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    Chump is a great cornerback, but a classless individual. The Texans kicked you a** Chump.... deal with it. :texflag:
     
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  3. SheTexan

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    Shanahan was classy though. I heard him say during the post game interview that they were out played and out coached. He didn't make excuses.

    Champ Bailey's always been a CHUMP!! He's just ticked cause he got the crap knocked out of him.
     
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    Even as a die hard homer, I can't say I blame him. He surely was looking at this team as a young franchise who was starting their 5th RB, a back-up QB, more more members on the IR than the offense and practise squad combined and assumed, "a team like this" That's certanly how I felt after the Atlanta game. Even big wins over NO and Carolina never got enough press to make most notice. I'm sure he and others will take note after this one though.
     
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    agreed, teams will take notice even though looking at the starting lineup , you go "who is that?"
     
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    I agree with Champ, it never should have happened, it's uncalled for, and quite frankly if I were him, I'd be upset about it.

    I'd ask on national television, if we have one of the best kickers in the league, why didn't we let him kick that 53 yard field goal?? I'd much rather be down 7-6 than walk away with no points.

    They could have gone into half time down 9 to 10.

    They didn't commit any turnovers. they moved the ball fairly well, but couldn't get into the endzone.

    They had no pressure on the Quarterback whatsoever.

    I bet you won't find anyone in the country who had the Texans as 18 point favorites.
     
  7. HJam72

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    No, but they should have. :texflag::fans:
     
  8. gtexan02

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    When Walter gave Chump that double move on the 3rd and short to get the 1st I was laughing out loud. He totally got beat by a guy I bet he has never even heard of. Its lucky he had safety help or that would have been a sure TD
     


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    Champ = Chump

    HOWEVAH, I don't mind his comments that much. He wanted to win, we kicked their A$$es and he was pi$$ed. If it were one of our guys, I'd want them to be pi$$ed too!
     
  10. IlliniJen

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    I read that last night and was thinking why he would believe such a thing, seeing as the Broncos have struggled this year, much the same way Houston has. They are NOT tremendously better than us, so I don't think he was justified in his response.
     
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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    let him eat his bitter pill.
     
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    Let him choke on it, too! :pirate:
     
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    Well he's a premere player stuck on rebuilding team. I'm quite sure he was tired and frustrated. That loss prety much drove a steak into the heart of thier play off hopes. Sorta like micro phones being stuck in front of Travis' face after the game when the Miami QB tried to wreck his knees with a cheap shot.
     
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    that was a thing of beauty.
     
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    Getting straight up beat by a reciever like that was totally uncalled for Champ
     
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    Well the record says that they are not betterthan us period. So Chumps comments seem pretty pathetic when all you have to do is look at the record.
     
  17. BigBull17

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    Hes lucky we dropped alot of INTs, or it would have been way worse. I understand he is upset, but they came nowhere near stopping us in the 2nd half. We ran all over them, and as a byproduct, our PA was almost always open. We dominated every area of the game. Period. Thats kinda classless if you ask me. If we get a few of those turn overs, its easily a 38-40+point game for us.
     
  18. austintexanite

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    I remember reading that last night and I always thought of Champ as a classy guy. Oh well, another hero breaks my heart.

    :sarcasm:
     
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    I did some reading last night on TSN and the Broncs fans where saying some VERY familiar things about their team...lack of a pass rush, no protection of the QB...we've all felt that pain, right? I think it's interesting some of the parallels.
     
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    Fred Bennet outplayed Champ Bailey last night. 'Nuff said.
     

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