Please! Buy the Boy a New Pair of Shoes!

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Arian lately has somehow appeared to be carrying the ball on one huge slip and slide......his body goes one direction......while his feet have chosen another.

    The experts on the Texans staff may need some help in choice of his footwear.




    For better traction.

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    And if Texans wish to keep expenditure to a minimum, rather that having to purchase more than one pair of shoes, entertain a simple inexpensive universal adapter.

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    For better stop and cut control.

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    For more total protection 360 degree traction.

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    Not better for much of anything, but will help fans follow the discrepancy of body direction vs. feet direction.

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    And for accelerated after-the-game rehab.

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    Dear Mods:

    This needs to be moved to the NSFW forum.

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    Rex Ryan

     
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    Me and my wife complain everytime he slips, don't get it
     
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    Ben Tate's slippage doesn't get brought up though?

    I've seen Dre slip a lot, too.

    And I'll say it...I've seen Foster slip MORE at home. There, I said it.
     
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    He could use a staple gun on his shoes. Happened in the CFL a few years back. The team with traction won :thinking:
     
  6. CloakNNNdagger

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    GT,
    That was a hell of a story when I first heard about it years ago. I remember that the idea was inspired by a player seeing an electrician at the stadium with a staple gun in his hand. But I never looked into the details until you brought it up. Thanks.

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  7. Fili

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    Turf is actually really easy to slip on. I play soccer and football on turf and slip all the time. If you quickly make cuts and run at a high speed you could easily slip.
     
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  8. CloakNNNdagger

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    But that is why you supposedly have professional state of the art equipment personnel to adjust needs to the field conditions, whether it be grass or synthetic, rain or shine.
     
  9. scourge

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    It may be because I'm under the weather, but that sentence makes no sense to me.
     
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    Fixed it sorry. Wasn't thinking. I'm a little under the weather too.
     
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    No apology necessary, but now I understand what you meant. Thanks.
     

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