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5 hours ago, Mr.Debonair said:

Deserve an inflated ego for being the ruinner up in the AFC? Is that you Irsay? Championships are what matters not finish as the first loser from a season ago 

Were you aware the Patriots hung a banner at Gillette after losing the super bowl to the Giants in 2008? 

So yes, the owners do things like that. 

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WIt bothers me personally, and just makes me want to beat them in the playoffs. 

 

If they feel good about beating up on a crippled team they're in for a rude awakening. 

 

I have respected the titans in the past but if they continue with taunting then I will no longer do so. Let your game haunt other teams. Don't taunt. Its childish. 

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1 hour ago, pacolts56 said:

We should have sent in a scrub to target Tannehill and inflict a Teddy Bridgewater-level hypersnap knee injury.


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Dude... that's a little much, isn't it? We'd be just like Greg Williams and the Saints Bountygate... 

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18 minutes ago, King Colt said:

It is an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty to taunt an opponent during a game why not apply that penalty to standing on the opponents logo? They could move the ball bask X number of yards on their first possession. 

 

What about all of the disrespectful tweets and garbage that sometimes go on before a game?  Should those get penalties too?  If it is not during the game then don't worry about it.

 

Or maybe - demand a higher level of respect from all of these athletes.

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35 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

Maybe to you but evidently not to Irsay or Kraft. 

Using your reasoning even division banners shouldn't be hung if the team doesn't win the super bowl. 

 

I was going to say the Colts have one for the Super Bowl they lost and hosted.

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1 hour ago, pacolts56 said:

We should have sent in a scrub to target Tannehill and inflict a Teddy Bridgewater-level hypersnap knee injury.


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Trust me, wouldn't be the first person that those thoughts crossed their mind, I am sure.

 

Remember John Chaney and Temple basketball and him sending a bench player to commit a hard foul on a star player on the other team??? What will the Titans do if some sub or special teamer took a swipe at one of their key players and forced them to retaliate and get an ejection? Will they reconsider such shenanigans then?

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On 12/1/2020 at 1:42 PM, gspdx said:

 

What about all of the disrespectful tweets and garbage that sometimes go on before a game?  Should those get penalties too?  If it is not during the game then don't worry about it.

 

Or maybe - demand a higher level of respect from all of these athletes.

Sorry, but the difference between a tweet and antics on the field of play are night and day. They did it deliberately and in my opinion right or wrong, I think it should be addressed. Not saying it will or won't.

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Eh, who cares. Once Titans start losing they will look like fools and stop, or not stop and look like bigger fools. 
 

Pre-game, Colts could block off logo with a 4 sided video screen and continually play Reggie and Pat at draft. 

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14 hours ago, King Colt said:

Sorry, but the difference between a tweet and antics on the field of play are night and day. They did it deliberately and in my opinion right or wrong, I think it should be addressed. Not saying it will or won't.

 

In my opinion there are plenty of antics on the field of play during a game that are uneeded, unwarranted, and disrespectful.  But so many people call it fun and celebration.  So you get a turnover.  Run down to the end zone and put on a childish display of "look at me!"  How is that any different?  It is actually during the game.  And you didn't win the game, just made a good play.

 

Standing on the emblem on the field before the game?  Who cares?  If you go out and beat them then they look like *s, but we couldn't accomplish that.

 

Again - this is just my opinion and we all have our own opinions about what is disrespectful.  But to me this is nothing.

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Recall Terrell Owens standing on the Cowboys logo. It is an unwritten "law" in my book. I would like to see that again when the Colts are on the sideline or any team for that matter. In many situations there are things a person just should not do and remember we are talking football players.

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1 minute ago, King Colt said:

Recall Terrell Owens standing on the Cowboys logo. It is an unwritten "law" in my book. I would like to see that again when the Colts are on the sideline or any team for that matter. In many situations there are things a person just should not do and remember we are talking football players.

I also recall George Teague running down there to "dispense justice"!

 

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On 11/30/2020 at 5:04 PM, King Colt said:

Jackie McMullen said today 11/30/20 on Around The Horn the Titans stood on the Colts logo on the center of the field. I heard no mention of that during the broadcast. I would like to see this to learn how flagrant it was. 

And then they stood on our throats....when you're like 17-35 against a team I would think you'd do literally anything to motivate oneself to victory......

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