When the Eagles/Redskins game was initially stopped with about 6 minutes remaining, did anyone else have flashbacks to UNLV/Wisconsin. Forget terrorists, I thought it was a Redskin fan trying to stop the game before 55 minutes, as Vegas has stated a game is not official until less than 5 minutes remain in the game. Also, Andy Reid, points for/points against are a tie breaker in the NFL, thus, not only would you have helped yourself in the playoff hunt, but some people would have had OVERwhelming gratitude for you if you had kept the kicker on the field with a minute to go.
Thank you Mr. Wanz for the check, now you get an AWA World Title Reign. But be careful, my boy Greg is a heat machine.
Originally posted by CajunManI was thinking that the cops should have used more common sense than using pepper spray in a full stadium these days. Clubs and stunguns are a good method to calm down a fight.
The last thing P.G. Co. police need to be seen doing is clubing fans...they do enough of that on the roads..
Len Shapiro, from the Washington Post who was there for the paper, describes the melee and pepper spray
Originally posted by vspWho'da thunk it -- crowd antics at an Eagles game that made security whip out the pepper spray, and it WASN'T at the Vet!
Philly fans will have to work pretty hard to top that in next week's home opener. My wager is that some fool in a Dallas jersey will be flung off the 500-deck onto the field.
Speaking of the Vet:
My cousin wants to start a reality TV show called Judge Seamus' Court showing the drunks at the Vet pulled in front of the judge for their crimes.
I think it has Night Court potential having some drunk trying to defend his actions.
These commercials are superfine because they pay for the production costs of putting CHRIS MOTHERFUCKING BENOIT on my GODDAMN TV SCREEN! I will GO GREYHOUND! I am thinking OUTSIDE THE BUN! – Dean Rasmussen 8/1/2002 Smackdown Workrate Report
Say what you will about the guy, most players would have hung up the cleats after all the crap teams he played for. He has spent virtually all of his career as a backup, with the exception of a couple of seasons.