Me and Haynesworths shouting match.

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  1. rockabilly

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    I hate Haynesworth.

    So, for the first time, I got to sit front row at a game and I was right behing Albert Haynesworth.

    As a fan, I have the right to talk smack and have fun. Well, Mr. Haynesworth decided that he wanted to **** with me. SO throughout the game me and Haynesworth exchanged alot of language.

    After the cheapshot on Schaub, I was irate. All Haynesworth did after my comments about his hit on schaub is look at me and smile with a stupid chuckle. He seemed so proud of himself.

    After the game, we got in a heated shouting match and he came right up to me...within 2 feet. I was SOOOOOOOOO close to spitting in his face. Thank god I had the logic to know that it would possibly end my days at Reliant. But boy, I wish I could have.

    I've never hated a NFL player SO BAD.
     
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  2. Ole Miss Texan

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    What a loser....we need less players like him in the league. I hope we never see a player like that on the Texans. Mcnair's done a great job of that so far.
     
  3. Texans Horror

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    I wonder if Dolphins fans hate TJ as much as Texans fans hate Haynesworth.
     
  4. Maddict5

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    i would've used the logic that i wouldnt want to end up like this:

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  5. nunusguy

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    Good thing for Haynesworths you didn't your hands on him because you'd have probably killed him rockabilly.
     
  6. PapaL

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    So how did the exchange go exactly?

    You: Haynesworth! Your a POS!

    Haynesworth: Yeah but I'm getting mad loot YO!

    You: ^&%$ YOU!

    Haynesworth: <dumbfounded> huh?
     
  7. Leahmic223

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    That guy has his coming. It may not be by us, but someone will teach the guy a lesson. Classless players always have whats coming to them.
     
  8. J-Russ

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    You should've thrown a bottle of beer at him..... empty of course.
     
  9. NitroGSXR

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    If you really were able to entice him to respond, I wouldn't have given up and I would have kept it going until he punched me. It would have possibly led to him getting booted from the league as well as benefit me financially. Sounds like a win/win there.
     
  10. Leahmic223

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    Also we wouldn't have to deal with guys like him playing in the NFL.
     
  11. Ole Miss Texan

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    You're probably right. I can easily see him and some other thugs out (probably hanging out with pacman), starting some sh*t and getting in a fight/stabbed/ or shot. I don't want to sound harsh, and even to a scum like him, I would never wish that upon somone-....but some people have it coming.
     
  12. kastofsna

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    i don't think they care much anymore. now if he did that to Ronnie Brown, maybe...
     
  13. Nza

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    What, exactly, was wrong with the hit? I just don't see it myself. If it wasn't for the pansy QB rules and AH's rep from last year, nothing would have been called.

    The helmet to helmet was actually more facemask to facemask if that, and all I see is a dude crunching a player hard, being tackle football and all. If he did that hit on a player from any other position, we wouldn't think twice about it.

    It's not like he taunted a potential dead player on the ground or anything.
     
  14. rockabilly

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    I thought of that after I left the stadium hah. I could of been on all the sports shows and payed off some bills.

    But then again, my pretty face would of been ruined. My poor girlfriend was so scared something was gonna happen. I've never been in a shouting match like that...much less with a multi hundred pound, ***** thug.

    the word "i-d-i-o-t" is a censored word??
     
  15. NitroGSXR

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    Give us the rundown on what was said. From the beginning all the way up to when you wussed out.

    :cool:

    You know I'm kidding but all seriousness aside, what was said?
     
  16. Lollerskates

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    Its pretty damn sad when your purpose of getting into an altercation with a football player is so that you can bait him to hit you so you can make some money off of it.

    Pretty damn sad.
     
  17. DiehardChris

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    LOL good thing you didn't spit in his face. We'd have to have the first TexansTalk funeral webcast.

    I had a similar experience in the Astrodome with old Steeler foe Greg Lloyd. I was just a dumb kid, but I almost got myself banned from the stadium. Heh.

    My seat was on the railing that overlooked the tunnel where the opposing teams went in and out... well, the Oilers put a beatdown on the Steelers that day - and as the Steelers left the field Greg Lloyd was of course upset, and he flung his nasty, disgusting mouthpiece into the crowd and it hit me right in the chest. I didn't even hesitate - I picked it up and FIRED it as hard as I could back in his general direction... well, to my surprise it hit him right on the top of his head (he had his helmet off). He looked up at me like he was going to put his fist through my skull.

    Anyway, long story short - one of the ushers saw me and gave me a long lecture... he said if the game hadn't already been over, he would have thrown me out and that if anything like that happened again, I'd be banned. He was probably just trying to scare me, being that I was like 15 years old, but still - it gave me a memorable story. Anyway - I'm glad you're still alive, Rockabilly.
     
  18. Dread-Head

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    Two things Rockabilly:

    1. In the course of my life I've learned that most assholes USUALLY aren't worth the trouble they can get you into. Sure spitting in his face would have felt great but you couldn't attend another Texans game, you might have been hit with assault charges and for what? Because some future heart attack victim got in your face?

    2. This isn't a comment on YOU or your ability to defend yourself, but there's a good chance that thug could have easily cleaned your clock. Think about it. This guy ripped off the helmet of a guy lying on the ground and dug his spikes into the man's FACE! He has no sense of decency or restraint and can't be seen as a reasonable human being.
     
  19. Ckw

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    Take one for the team and save us all the trouble of deal with this piece of crap. I long for the day he gets what's coming to him. :user:
     
  20. ubecool454

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    You are very young and very dumb. Just because you pay for a ticket doesn't give you the right to abuse the players on the field. You are tough acting when you have a physical barrier to protect you from a man that could kill you with one punch. I'm just wondering if you were to see Haynesworth in the mall or at a gas station would you be so big and bad? Grow up and stop drinking so much beer. To many beers give you false courage.
     

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