Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by TEXANS84, Jun 2, 2005.
I should have named this: "Just Plain Odd; Part 2".
Talking trash or being brutally honest, you be the judge...I hope we crush them on national TV this year...
FILO..you still love Sharper now?
I was just thinking the same thing. I want us to go show him how great the 'Cellar Dwellers of the AFC' really are. Is all he wants is to be on National TV? :brickwall
I can't wait to see DD bowl Sharper over.
Hey guy's I came accross this article on Sharper, check it out! http://www.seahawks.com/ardisplay.aspx?ID=5467
Well, we can take it two ways. It is true that we have been cellar dwellers. I mean, that's not an insult. It's just fact.
Bummer he didn't feel the need to show it as a Texan, but whatever.
The dude never did anything to get my ire, so I'm not going to trash talk him now just because he's being honest on another team.
Although, I do hope our Texans whip the snot out of him and the Seahawks.
I guessed once again fans were fooled into thinking a player was more of a stand-up guy.
I hope Seattle does a freefall to the cellar next season, it's obvious Sharper couldn't wait to get out and away from Houston.
this makes me not miss him anymore, i have lost all respect for this man. Thaught he was a good player with his eyes set on helping us win, all he wanted was to be in the spotlight. Loser. I also hope he know's he's not going to be winning any rings up in Seattle, and that we will embarass him on national tv. We needed a leader on defense, and he certainly didn't fit the bill. Hope he showed himself to the door, won't be missed.
BTW he looks ugly in a seahawk uni.
Yes, this did look better.
I'm not buying into all the hate talk. Jamie gave everything he had for the Texans while he was here.
At his website, he's been promoting a cause for AJ ... http://www.jamiesharper.com/
Whoa now! All he said was he didn't take the ring out in Houston. Every year you read about players doing that in the playoffs to spur their teammates on to get one of their own. Frankly, there was no reason to bring it out. If he did bring it out with our record, you'd could jump him for lording his hardware over the rest of the team.
He's done nothing but try to cast his landing in a new city in a positive light, in an attempt to gain acceptance with those fans. He could have done so by saying some outlandishly negative things about the Texans, but he did not. Yeah, we did finish last in our division our first two years, and we backed into 3rd this year with a terrible loss to the Browns where you darn well know our O-line just gave up, so cut the guy some slack. He's still (so far) the class guy we knew him to be when he was here.
Those remarks by Sharper are so disappointing; I'm surprised he said things like that that are so self-serving and immature. I'm still gonna be interested to see how he performs up there, but now don't really care one way or the other if he or his team succeeds.
Okay, please tell me, which sentence was immature? Which one was self-serving?
Now when we get a pic of Jay Foreman in a Raiders Uni the trilogy of the "Just Plain Odd" will be complete
I have mixed emotions about the comments...It certainly stings to hear ANYONE make statements about our team like that, but at the same time, they are true. We were at the bottom of the cellar his entire stay here, and we were always losing.
Did he have to say it like that? Did he mean the interpretation that many of us are feeling? Is there another way he could have said it without insulting us? I don't know, but it doesn't make it any better.
Before he came to us he was on a winning team and got his super bowl ring, then without his own approval, he was thrust onto a new team that everyone knew was going to struggle. He didn't ask to come here, he didn't ask to fight for us, but was obligated to by contract. He worked hard while he was here, but there was always a feeling I got that he didn't want to be here, and that he couldn't wait to get the heck out. I guess he got what he wanted. The more I think about it, the more it seems like Sharper wouldn't come to terms with the Texans, not the other way around.
One thing I do know is that I will be in Seattle, and I can't wait to see his head roll back, and his lower jaw pop right into his mouth piece as we run all over his butt. My chapter with Sharper is over; it's time to light him up! Its just too bad he had to up him and his family all the way to rainy Seattle just to stay on a losing team!
Don't forget Kenny Wright in a Jags uni, and wherever Eric Brown ends up.
But the weirdest for me will be JJ Moses in a different uni.
I knew my name would be mentioned here.
I still like Jamie the player...and know that former players do talk smack to key up their new fans, and while I am taking one of my Sharper jerseys to Seattle to be personally signed....
He is going DOWN this season. I hope to see tracks all over him on the field at Qwest. Texans tracks.
Hope he enjoys yet another losing season up in my old stomping grounds.
To me, Sharper sounds like a little kid who is kissing up to a new buddy by
way of trashing or belittling a former friendship that was basically severed
because of honest differences. Its like Sharper saying, the Texans weren't good enough for him "but you Seahawks are, 'cause we're both so cool." If you really felt that way Jamie, be an adult about it and keep it to yourself, you have (or perhaps did have), fans back in Houston who still want to follow you and want to pull for you to get back into the playoffs like you want, even if you're no longer with the Texans.
"We were the cellar dwellers of the AFC,"
"I might bring it out with the Seahawks when we get to the playoffs, but I never brought it out in Houston because we were always losing."
i dunno i find it [retty immature. you also notice he had nothin nive to say at all bout the texans, come on i mean even moss had nice stuff to say bout the vikings when he left......give me a break i THOUGHT jamie was a classy guy but hes proven to me now all he cares about is being number 1 and nothin else, i can tell you now hes lost a fan.
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