Who do you despise the most in the NFL??

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  1. Brando

    Brando Site Contributor

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    Okay, so I got the idea from the NBA thread.

    Teams,coaches,owners :cough: Bud Adams :cough: etc.


    Here's mine.......



    Some on the list are good players/coaches but I don't have to like them.

    Now


    Bud Adams
    Albert Hayneworth
    Kyle Vanden Bosch
    Jack Del Rio
    Maurice Jones Drew
    Fred Taylor
    Troy Polamalu
    Sean Payton
    Reggie Bush
    Jerry Jones
    Terrell Owens

    Then

    Chuck Knoll
    Bill Cowher
    Kordell Stewart
    Ickey Woods
    Don Beebe
    Carnell Lake
    Frank Minnifield
    Bubby Brister
    Louis Lipps
    Sam Wyche
    Donnie Shell
    and the ref's that blew the call in AFC Championship game against the Steelers
     
  2. MeLoveTexans

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    Add Tony Homo and V Cry to that list and were on the same page...
    oh and i almost forgot TJ whosyourmama that guys a prick:pirate:
     
  3. stingray

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    Patriots
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    Patriots
     
  4. Brando

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    lol
     
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    ALL Unless they are/were associated with the Houston Texans, Houston Oilers, Houston Gamblers (heck, throw in the old Texas Terror / Thunderbears)


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    and I dont mean 'the bad rug'
     
  6. MeLoveTexans

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    add those douchebags to my list too... including bruschi, seau, vrabel and pretty much the rest of that effin team
     
  7. eriadoc

    eriadoc Texan-American

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    I really disliked all the Steelers teams back in the LYB days, for reasons of envy moreso than anything else.

    I really dislike Bud Adams.

    I really disliked the Cowboys that were criminals, even as I grudgingly like Aikman, Emmitt, Novacek, and Bill Bates.

    I really dislike Bud Adams.

    I was not fond of Glanville.

    I really dislike Bud Adams.

    I currently dislike TO and CJ, as they epitomize the "me-first" personalities that ruin team sports.

    I really dislike Bud Adams.

    Did I mention Bud Adams?
     
  8. FSUTexan5

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    The Titans
    The Jaguars
    Bill Belicheat
    The Patriots
    The Redskins
     


  9. gwallaia

    gwallaia Moderator Staff Member

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    Bud Adams and everything and everyone involved with the Titans.
     
  10. Texaninlild

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    Bud Adams
    Belicheat
    Deangelo Hall
    Al Davis
    Jack Del Rio
    Kellen Winslow
    Pacman
    Gene Upshaw
    Phillip Rivers
    Shawne Merriman
    Cedric Benson
    Matt Millen
    Reggie Bush

    I obviously have a lot of hate to go around.:wild:
     
  11. Texaninlild

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    and the 1992 Buffalo Bills
     
  12. kermit

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    Just to start-Carr, Carr and Carr:penalty:
     
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    Any and every one who has anything to do with the Titans.
     
  14. Dread-Head

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    Get on 45 and start drivin' north baby and you'll hit them eventually. Behind THOSE muff-huggas are Bud Adams, Leroy Glover and the Patriots. I actually LIKE Palamalu.
     
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    Leroy Glover? Did he steal your woman?
     
  16. AnthonyE

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    Kellen Winslow
    Anything that has to do with the Titans
    Anything that has to do with the Jags
    Anything that has to do with the Cowgirls
    Anything that has to do with the Colts
    Jabar Gaffney
    Charlie Casserly

    There's more, but I can't think of them.

    I won't say David Carr, because he's taken no blatent shot at the Texans after he left. He may lack serious QB skills, but no one can say he doesn't have class.
     
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  18. Goldensilence

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    Most of the titans there are a ones who now have retired that you can't help but respect.

    The Jags....all of them.

    Dan Synder.... keep hoping to buy a SB danny boy.

    Art Model and quite a few of the Ravens for what they did to Cleveland. Perhaps the worst colors in all of professional Sports but some of the best and loyal fans I've seen.
     
  19. TD

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    That's mine as well although I have to give Glanville a pass because he was so gracious with my son at training camp. You could tell he was busy, but still took the time to have an at least 5 minute conversation with him. Him and Bruce Matthews were by far the most fan friendly.

    I'd probably throw Bud Adams name in there a few more times as well.
     
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    1. Paul MaGuire, the announcer on NBC during the 90s. He called the Oilers game, and he was a former Bills player. He hated us. Badly. I seriously muted the TV and grabbed the radio play-by-play.

    2. Herm Edwards. All talk, no action. He uses emotion to keep his job(s), and it's getting old to me. At some point, you either have it or you don't.

    3. Raiders fans. It was cool in the 70s...but they need to tone down their act. Visiting fans are afraid of being beaten up by Raider fan, which is NOT cool.

    4. Sean Salisbury. I hope his arrogance is an on-screen persona.

    5. The remaining 1972 Dolphins players, and their champagne celebration when the last undefeated team loses each season. For as much as I dislike the Patriots, I must admit that I appreciated the Patriots being so strong all season that we didn't have to see Shula & Co. smirking on the sideline and high-fiving each other. I know they're proud of what they did--That's all good and well. But at some point, to me, you gotta' stop the show and just rest in knowing that what you did doesn't need a yearly celebration. Let it stand on its own. It was special: WE GET IT.

    6. The yearly camera shot of Jets fans in agony, screaming their heads off in anger as their first round draft choice is announced. Another annual rite of passage. You know it's football seaosn when Jets fans are berating their team, on camera, on draft day.

    7. Rex Grossman & The Bears' front office. Note to both of these people: You can help lower the depression rates in Chicago if you would just go separate ways. It was odd two years ago, it became increasingly weird last season, and now it's bordering on mass hysteria. It's not gonna' work out. Texans fans know what happens to a defense when they see an inept QB leading the offense: They stop hustling and they don't care anymore because it's an exercise in futility for the defense to "stop" other teams' drives...knowing they're gonna' be right back out there, behind the 8-ball (again) in just about 5 minutes.

    8. RBBC & FFLs. Nuff said.

    9. Cowboys games without Crazy Ray (who died last year). I don't like the Cowboys, but I can say that I was forced to go to a Cowboys Redskins game about 4 years ago...sat in the end zone, and what I saw was the best thing I saw that whole day: The Hogettes (Skins fans dressed up as old ladies) had flown to the game, wandered down to our area of seats, and Crazy Ray saw them and approached them--They had a cordial back-and-forth smack talking conversation, and then they began posing for photos with the crowd. It was like being a kid again, seeing them in person when I had seen them on TV growing up (my dad was a Cowboys fan, so that's what we watched until I got my own TV and started watching Oilers game in my own room!). Seeing that stuff in-person was a treat.

    10. Going back to No. 3 on my list: I don't like the way the NFL works, as it pertains to coaching jobs. If you have a buddy, you're always getting jobs in the NFL. No matter what happens, you're always on the gravy train. It's like they are all just looking out for each other, helping each other out when they take turns being the head coach. Proof: Dom Capers is on the Patriots and is being rumored to be the head coach if the NFL sits Bill Belichick down this season. Yikes.

    I would probably put Shannon Sharpe, Joe Theismann, Deion Sanders, Stuart Scott, Jason Whitlock on the list, but they are minor problems to me. John Madden needs to retire. The overall status of the gameday announcing/commentary is not as strong as it was in the 80s and 90s.
     
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