Discussion in 'Seattle Seahawks' started by HaroldSeattle, May 27, 2013.
Want talk some smack? Bring it here. No major idiots however.
The 9ers can kiss my ass.
There. How did I do?
Bwahahahahahahahaahahahah Yeah lets get this baby rolling!
Awaiting 49er retard nation to join this thread. It would have been better if you posted this on their board...
I'm better at life then all of you.
Channeling my inner-Assho, errr, Sherman.
And Seahawkfan, please refrain from using the R-word. Vince Young and his single digit wonderlic may get offended.
Lol @ dumbass 49ers fans
I have only read one thread on the 49ers board (because it was Seahawks related) and came across absolute stupidity.
Here are some of the very insightful quotes these brilliant members of the LGBT community decided to share regarding Irvin's suspension:
Implying Adderall is a steroid.
Lol @ this idiot acting like Pete Carroll has any control over what players put in their bodies. Anyone who has ever played a competitive sport in their life would know damn well that the coach has little to do with what goes on outside the locker room.
In response to that comment:
Because Pete really has control over what substances players use, right? He's their coach, not their father.
I just think it's ironic that these 49ers fans somehow turn this into Pete Carroll's fault? Honestly such a statement is just completely asinine.
Not to mention the fact that this is Adderall, not HGH.
But hey, it's okay. It's good fun to poke fun at the NFL's slowest fanbase.
I'm sure Frank Gore knows what that's like as well.
And before someone 49er fan accuses me of trolling, let me make this abundantly clear: This is posted on the Seahawks board. If you're going to get your jimmies rustled by something posted on a Seahawks board, don't go crying to a mod about it.
With all due respect, it doesn't take a genius to see, what 7 failed drug tests and 6 (cough bullshit Sherman cough) suspensions and start to wonder if it isn't an organizational problem. Furthermore, the NFL collective bargaining agreement states that the NFL is not allowed to disclose the drug that was found in the sample, allowing ANYONE to say it was Adderall or whatever other drug that doesn't sound as menacing. If you couldn't read the sarcasm and playfulness of that thread, then maybe you should check to see if your coloring books are for the right age.
And I'm not accusing you of trolling as long as you see my responses as exactly that....responses.
Seahawk fans were cool and humble last season. Now ya'll turning into pussy Colts fans when they obsessed with the Patriots.
Yup because Marshawn is a scholar, right?
But how is that a connection to the coach? I think that it's a bit ridiculous to say it's the organization's fault for these failed drug tests. Plus when you look at it, I believe it has all been Adderall. I'm not going to get into how I don't believe Adderall should even be considered a PED but that's a completely different argument.
Did you ever play high school football? If you didn't, try to use your imagination for a second. Say a bunch of players decide to use HGH, Adderall or whatever your PED of choice. How is that the coach's fault? He's not their parent, he's their coach. He does not have control over what protein powder the players use or what substances they put into their body, and to attribute players' decisions to the coach is pure stupidity.
I can't speak for other Seahawks fans but I've always been the same douche bag. I've been with the team my entire life, I'm no less for the Seahawks than I was when they won 4 games a few years ago.
"Now ya'll turning into pussy Colts fans when they obsessed with the Patriots."
Who taught you how to type? Marshawn Lynch?
You got me there. Sad part is you probably don't even know the half of how mentally challenged the man is. Watch some of his interviews, he'd probably qualify as at least mildly retarded. But at least he didn't score a 6 on his Wonderlic.
I mean shit... The test is multiple choice. I also figured they at least gave you 5 points for spelling your name right...
Alright, I see this is moving right along! Bring it on!
It IS an organizational problem when almost 1 of every 6 active players on your team is testing positive on piss tests. You are right, it is the individual that is accountable initially, as they are grown ass men. But when it happens at the rate it has happened in SEA since 2011, then yeah, your organization has been soft on allowing these guys to continue doing what they are doing without recourse. Given Pete's history of cheating at USC, it is fun for Niner fans to poke the bear because in this situation, it IS valid. JS should be held accountable too. If 7 Niners tested positive, I would be screaming for Harbaugh to do something. Suspend, waive, SOMETHING.
I was a swimmer at National and International competitions, college scholarship as well. Every event I made finals in International swim meets or at US Nationals, I had to take a piss test, FINA driven. If I ever tested positive, I was banned from the sport for two years. There are swimmers with asthma that are not allowed to take their inhalers because of the steroids in them and WE ALL KNOW IT. We HAD to know it. So although I was not a football player, I know my way around a drug test and everything it takes to KNOW what is going into your body and the rules governing your respective sport.
I'll be really sad if I come home tomorrow in the afternoon and see that this thread has taken off without me.
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