DaBearsBlog Interview: Devin Hester [AUDIO]

DaBearsBlog Interview: Devin Hester [AUDIO]

After some technical difficulties I was able to connect and chat with Bears star return man Devin Hester. He discusses the conversations had with coaches this offseason, why good return men don't need very much coaching and gets into some of the details of the return process (I loved this part). Hester wanted no part of the Hall of Fame discussion so I told him flat-out where he stands.

Be sure to check out Hester's new charitable organization, Anytime 23 Empowerment Center by CLICKING HERE.

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  • http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQzNQ==

  • Can't listen on smartphone/tablet so I'll have to wait until this evening to listen.

    Any good fellas? Are you actually able to hear and understand Devin? I know he's a bit of a mumbler.

    And yes, despite his recent struggles, he's still the GRMOAT and deserves a place in the football HOF.

  • In reply to Shady:

    http://www.memesay.com/p/what-John-Turturro-O-Brother

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Love that movie.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    that's your offer?

    oh have the mighty fallen.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Hahahaha... I know, man. I know.

    Times is hard. Willie's are broke these days!

  • Look kids, this is simple argument to make.

    If this guy isn't in:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Metcalf

    then Devin isn't in. Don't talk to me about 17 vs 12, Eric had more all-purpose yards and was much more of a weapon for the Browns than the failed "Devin on O" experiment.

    And then, of course, Eric was never a quitter. So he's definitely got that edge.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    ouch. (yes, even from me)

  • In reply to gpldan:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wafxQ63iwMg

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Booooo.

    By the way, for someone who gave up on FF before the season started like a petulant child, you've somehow made it to 4-0. So...

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQzNg==

  • In reply to Shady:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQzNw==

  • Saints blew shit up last night. I think miami isn't for reals anyway, but still.

    We better have ALL of our shit together.

    You too Devin. Time to show us you still have it maings. Prove me wrong and blow shit up dude. This is the game to do it.

    Like I said, I would MUCH rather have had bad Jay this coming game. Beating the fucking lions would have given us a 2 game NFCN lead and then losing to the rolling saints as a 'trap' game wouldn't seem at all bad. Just don't want to lose 2 in a row. damn it.

  • Speaking of fast shifty dudes, you guys see this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQsykbQXVRA

    Barry Sanders... Jr.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    dad would've juked that last guy.

  • In reply to evantonio:

    time you must give... young he still is

    Mmmmmmmmm

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Barry Sanders is all class; I wish it was him instead of Mumbletits Smith who broke Walter's record.

    I wish his son the best, and if he's good enough, here's to hoping he's wearing navy & orange in his pro career.

  • +1 on mumbletits.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Jukes? Here's that PR of McCluster's I was talking about. Couldn't find the North-South camera angle which is much more impressive because it shows you the amount of lateral movement he can get into those jukes. Devin is the GRMOAT, but he's not in the top 3 right now. He can't do this.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y26LVmSyj4

  • Hester didn't really answer the return process. I thought that was an excellent question by Jeff, and I was curious about that too.

    Does he glimpse at the gunners and blockers, then decide what to do? Does he catch it then check out the situation really fast? Does he count the 4.2 seconds in Mississippis, or is it just an internal clock thing?

    I would have loved to hear which he prefers, the KR or PR, or if he would like to play some CB again (or why he tea-bags the Vikings all the time). Oh well.

    Not a bad interview, Jeff.

  • He's not an easy interview but I did my best. Thanks.

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    nice work getting a big name Jeff. Have you tried for cutty yet? Maybe go for matty before cutty.

    Guy I'd most love to have interviewed.... Black uni.

    But you HAVE to take a few questions from us to ask him if you get him.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Nice touch MB. A little brown nosing before moving in with the suggestions. A crude but effective strateegery.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    crude but effective is all i have the capacity for trac. I isn't all that brights

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    That interview was classic where he's sitting there with Waddle et al and he didn't realise Waddle was a former Bear - the face on Waddle. Martellus doesn't seem to know a lot about anything other than crappy daytime TV. I hope you don't need to be smart to be a TE, because he's not that guy. 20 catches for 3 TDs so far though, not bad.

    If you get Cutty in, I have three or 4 questions for him. I can understand you not asking Devin the hard question, the only question. But I've got some for Cutty before we pay him in diamonds..

  • In reply to Jeff Hughes:

    I can imagine, Jeff.

    You should interview borderline players. I mean, Cutler and all the other big names are pretty well covered, but I'd love to hear from some of the underdogs. My list in no somewhat of a particular order.

    1. Joe Anderson
    2. Constanzo
    3. Weems
    4. Greene/Bostic
    5. Ford

  • A Ford interview would be great. That kid reminds me of Walter.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQzOQ==

  • In reply to Waffle:

    The man hasn't exactly rushed a whole lot in front of cameras, but I did think of Walter when I saw him PS.

    And where do you get these gifs, is there a site where you choose the gif and then put your own text in?

  • In reply to gpldan:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0Mg==

  • In reply to gpldan:

    YES ! THANK YOU!!! I am not blind or mad. Much.

    BTW - re-watching Breaking Bad from the start. First episode of season 2 they have that pink bear in the swimming pool with one eye ... and it looks exactly like Gus Fring after the old bomb-in-the-wheelchair trick.

    {Yes, irish, we noticed the first time around}

    Oh.

    And Jesse's parents let him down big-time ....

    And another observation .... {Blog: Oh Jesus....} .. .Walter White was a bad-ass from the first episode. We never really see the 'old' Walt at all, except in the first few minutes. He's in the shop fitting out his son for jeans, when the jock mocks Walt Jnr's condition. Walt takes affirmative action on the dude's knee. Post-cancer awareness Walt is a bad-ass. I imagine being terminally ill allows you to say/do the things you always wished you could.

  • this thing on?

    http://nfl.si.com/2013/10/01/terrell-suggs-roger-goodell-super-bowl-blackout/?sct=hp_t2_a5&eref=sihp

    Not a lot of love for rodger... you know, except from the owners, advertisers, sponsors, banks, etc...

    (queue Irish.......)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Shhhhhhh! I'm tryin' to rub one out here !!

  • there you go bleed: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/01/netanyahu-rouhani_n_4023946.html

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The United States backing of the Syrian rebels is a ruse to protect our oil interests. Everyone has a ruse. Imagine that?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    We don't have any oil interests in Syria.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    This plus 5 gazillion. I can't hear it one more time. Every war since and including Vietnam is over oil according to my Father in Law and apparently Trac. Its a very annoying reflex and I can't muster the effort to tamp it down again. Did you know we supposedly went to war in Afghanistan over oil? Well until historic deposits of high quality material necessary to make batteries and computers were discovered in the mountains there. Then we switched from fighting for oil to fighting for Lithium et. al.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    it's battery interested in syria!

    Energizer is funding this whole thing!!!!!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Irish is going to shit when he finds out

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    The Exxon pipeline goes through Afghanistan. End of.

    And why Syria ?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apxIdjshkaE&list=WL8AF7F930131B87EF

    Try and ignore the fact that Icke believes we have reptilian over-lords in power and the the moon is a hollowed-out alien base.

  • Sorry, wrong link ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHMefcSatMs

    He does a shorter bit here :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNDw4rDG5vg

    There is no great mystery, the west is trying to destabilize the middle east, country by country. Has been since WWII, and Eisenhower warned us in his exit address. Those 'badboy' dictators kept the area in relative calm. 9/11 was the key piece of the puzzle - their way in.

    The NWO Cabal won't be happy until they have their war. The final war.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Saudi Arabai practically begged us to attack Assad. Our State Dept. was chomping at the bits to comply. This is a proxy war between our interests and the Ruskies and its for the oil supply through our relationships with the Sunni's. . Israel knows this as well. Eventually the U.S will win because the Sunni's who we have aligned with have more money and more power than the Shia's. The Ruskies have backed the weaker horse.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    What?

    There is no much dis-info out there.

    If the Sarin gas was false flag, we'd have pinned it on them by now. We're not backing the Sunnis or the Shias in Syria, we don't want any part of Syria except as a camp for extremists now that we pretty much bombed Yemen and got cooperation there to drive the roaches out.

    That's all we care about. Obama drew a line in the sand about chem, Assad (possibly) ignored it, and so Obama had to show he wasn't afraid to send the planes in. But he so, so, so does not want to do that, so he put Kerry out there to feed the Russians an out, and it worked.

    We don't want anything from Syria other than for genocide to stop. We could care less about them.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    You're a smart guy GP but I disagree with everything you posted.

    See how I did that MB?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Trac, seriously. Step away from the whipped cream.

    Sunni Muslims are not a monolithic bloc. Saudi Arabia wants stability in the region, and they want Iran not to "win." Assad staying in power is more stable, but Iran wins. Overthrowing Assad is unstable and sets a bad precedent for the oppressive SA regime, but Iran "loses."

    In the end, the Saudis just want this whole thing to go away. So they send money and their disaffected youth to fight Assad, while publicly maintaining "neutrality."

    Russia cares exactly zero shits about Saudi oil. If anything, Russia wants Saudi Arabia to go up in flames. Why? Guess what country produces the most oil in the world? I'll give you a hint: it's not Saudi Arabia, but it's been named in the first sentence in this paragraph. Yes, Russia wins major if Saudi Arabia's oil production gets messed up--prices go up, and Russian exports earn that much more money. Why do you think Putin's been such a jackass the last 7-8 years, since oil prices skyrocketed? He's flush with cash.

    Russia doesn't need to fight anyone over any oil; they've got all they want, and more.

    Russia is backing Assad because they've been backers of the regime in Syria since Hafez took over; this is Russia giving the West the big middle finger.

    The suckiest thing about the mess in Syria is that before it went to shit, Assad wasn't such a bad guy (for a dictator); he was gradually loosening up restrictions on speech and trade, and Syria was a pretty damned cool place to live. Not as awesome as Lebanon, but pretty cool and very much off the radar. And the ladies... hoo, boy. I wish I was single when I was living in Syria. The streets were filled with 8s and 9s who just needed a nose job to put them into the stratosphere, looks-wise. And plastic surgery was very common--it was turning into a graduation gift parents would give their daughters. And because Syria was so much cheaper than Lebanon, Lebanese girls would come to Syria to get their noses fixed. I met a girl who was going to be on the Lebanese version of "American Idol" after her nose healed up. She sang to me while her nose was packed with gauze, and she ended up bleeding all over the place.

    Ahh, memories.

  • wait wait... I think I have this one... is the answer china?!

    No? Did I get it wrong? Damn. Was the answer texas?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    the us backing of the syrian rebels is to guarantee we have someone to fight in 2034.

  • In reply to evantonio:

    When they release the Kennedy files? Oh, that's 2038. Convenient. When everybody involved in that coup d'etat is already dead. I wonder why. I'm sure it had absolutely nothing to do with Kennedy wanting to end The Fed, back the dollar with silver, and stop policing/undermining the rest of the world. I completely buy the story that Oswald defied the laws of physics firing magic bullets out of a mail-order pea-shooter.

    (bleating noises)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    It always astonishes me when anyone cites the Huffington Post, as if it were a source of news.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Ah grasshopper! The enemy you see before you is just an illusion. A true master see's the enemy hidden amongst his most trusted sources.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Most of the sheep on this planet don't even know who the enemy is Trac, because they don't have a flag. They don't know who the Rothschilds are, or JP Morgan or the Rockefellers, or the Bilderburgers or the CFR, or the Tri-lateral Commission. They haven't got a clue because the people that own the media don't let it be known. This has been playing out for a very long time and we're coming towards the end of it. ASEAN takes effect in 2015, and then that's Asia finally tricked into submission. They put the three blocs together and that's it. Game over man. Game over.

    Funny how those 'lone gunmen' always go for the good guys.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    would you put it above or below wikipedia?

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    dave... so adversarial. It was a little toungue in cheek.

    You're still mad about the whole conte sucks thing, aren't you?

    Ok ok, next time I'll use a link from Fox news.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Netanyahu is an asshole.

    I've told him that to his face, too.

  • ooohhhh.... look at you!

    Did you get him to sign an aborted scud for you.

    anti-semite.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I sure hope you're joking with the "anti-semite" crack

  • To his face ? Explain.

  • It's too long of a story to get into here. It was when he was out of office, we were in the same building and my companion said Bibi was in the room (in Arabic, and I thought he said "in the building"), and I replied to the effect of "I don't want to see thay asshole Netanyahu."

    I didn't know the Arabic word for "asshole" and so I said that last bit in English. Turns out Netanyahu was right next to me. He said, "What did you just say?"

    I said, "'Assif," ("sorry" in Arabic). He started to turn away, and I couldn't resist: "'Assif, but you're an asshole."

    Then I got the fuck outta there.

  • Just listened to the Hester interview. He sounded like a genuine good guy. Other than that, I couldn't understand a thing he said.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Hahahahahahahaha

    http://www.memesay.com/p/what-John-Turturro-O-Brother

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    I love that the Hester thread was everybody politely listening to the GOAT, shrugging, and then straight into Syria. Fucking love it.

  • this is what cutty was doing watching that game last night: http://jlbsports.tv/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/CutlerLicksLipsAnthemSinger.gif

    That's right licking his lips for that saints D.

    (let's hope)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    cutty's got great hair.

  • In reply to Waffle:

    think the carpet matches the drapes?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0Nw==

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I was going to post a picture of a vagina smoking a cigarette, but I thought better of it.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Hahahahaha... i see what you didz up there yonny.

    Dude, shady.... post. that.

  • In reply to Shady:

    you are such a pussy. Here it is: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-PAtjtQjMM5k/Tnc5QgcuVRI/AAAAAAAAAF8/e7Psi1jOoNk/s1600/kitten_smoking.jpg

  • Can't listen to the audio. According to the article Jeff wrote, Devin declared return men
    don't need much coaching. This has been my stance since day one. They rely on raw speed and the ability to change directions without slowing down. The great ones like Devin used to be can sense blocks developing better than others and run without fear. If this position required significant coaching, rookies would suck at returns. But this isn't so. They run harder than anybody and as such, generally have a high level of success as rookies. This is also why switching Devin to receiver damaged his return performance is total bullshit. He'd didn't need much coaching to be great at it, and he wasn't missing anything practicing at the receiver position. His abilities were gid given. Spending time learning another skill did nothing to diminish that. Time, injury perhaps a lack of confidence are solely responsible for his transformation.

    My .02.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    Actually, the fact that the guys out there are not as good has something to do with it too.

    Memories are short. It seems highly likey to me that if we went back to the 2006 film and watched all his returns, there would be plenty where he hesitated (translated so oddly here as "being a pussy").

    Why?

    However Devin senses the seams, when he does, he "attacks" the return. The difference between now and then is that there are not as many of those seams, and Devin is a bit slower getting to them when he sees them. And maybe he just does not sense them as well either - a side effect of that confidence thing you mention Johnny?

    Who the hell really knows? Maybe Devin doesn't, which it why he didn't really answer.

  • Yo yo yo bitches.

    I assume several members of Le Blog will be getting GTAO (as opposed to GTFO) and perhaps setting up a gang banging krew online.

    http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1714858/grand-theft-auto-online-gta.jhtml

    I have to admit, the idea of running aorund with a bunch of avatars of DBB members, boosting cars, getting into running gunfights with rival blogs, beating up virtual old people, getting other virtual peeps to convert to Christ (Trac, that's on you) is too terrifying for my mind to commit to. My avatar pullin up in a stone cold black 73 Caddy, Grey Poupon in the back with some ho's, Shady and Jeff rushing me with baseball bats and basing my virtual windshield in - blasting Korn and the Beasties on the radio...

    GTAO is the death of modern society. I'm pretty sure that a game DESIGNED to get you to behave like Badger and Skinny Pete is bad for the social fabric of communities, but that makes me sound like Da Preacher man. Just getting old, I guess. I'm becoming Tipper Gore.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0Mw==

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Hahaha exactly. But seriously, how fun would that be? Fucking hate inconsiderate bikers in the street. Bitch I have a car, move.

    The game is pretty violent, and it does encourage some pretty fucked up behavior in-game. But 99.99% (there's that number again) of adults can distinguish between fantasy violence and real violence. But in terms of kids playing the game? Yeah, I wouldn't let my hypothetical kids play half the shit I play online, especially GTA. Not because I think they'll become raging homicidal mechanics, but because it riles up the angry blood. And I'm not ready to deal with that shit at this point in my life.

  • In reply to Shady:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0NQ==

  • In reply to Shady:

    Also...

    1. I am a biker sir, and I do not appreciate that ugly sentiment. I am VERY respectful of car's space and stay as close to the right side of the road as possible when I ride.

    Every once in a while I come up on a 'bike power' guy riding ridiculously badly right in the road, at which point I slow down, roll down my window and say, 'you are the reason cars buzz me when I ride dude... we're on bicycles... get out of the middle of the road.'

    2. No way in hell I would support that game. Never mind allow my chilluns to even hear it being played 4 rooms over. Played it once at my friends... silly violent and depraved. Just really bad stuff for young minds no matter what.

    My $.02

  • In reply to Shady:

    1. Not all bikers are D-bags, just most. I'm sure you have your moments too. Just stay out of the damn street, especially when there's a bike path parallel to the road. C'mahn get the fuck out of the way, I don't care how hard you're peddling.

    2. You wouldn't "support the game"? Give me a fucking break mother Teresa, you're the most violent video game player I know. Meaning you can't play 5 minutes without threatening your opponent, your teammate, or the creators of the game with violence. Even bejeweled probably makes you rage. Don't blame your kids because you can't handle the pwnage. I bet your "4 room" rule doesn't stop you from watching your violent movies or pronos.

    3. Maniacs not mechanics. Fucking auto-correct.

  • In reply to Shady:

    1. yes.

    2. HOW DAAAAARE YOU!!!!

    3. Yes, I always and ONLY watch violent pronos. Only the best pronos for me!

    4. Me and my keeds are different. I MIGHT fuck around a lot and talk major smack, but it's all for giggles love. You'll get it when you have kids.

    5. iphones. SMH.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    6. I already have a master plan in play. As soon as I can get my hands on a PS4 and the very newest version of a MP SPS game in which you and I can kill each other in...

    ...it's.... back... POOOOWNNNNN!!!!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0OA==

  • In reply to Shady:

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0OQ==

  • In reply to Shady:

    I bike too. It's always the annoying suburbanites that think everything in life is about them and everyone should move out of their way. Patience is a virtue as is not getting a bike lock chucked thorugh your window.

  • I find it's more of the fucking agro gearheads around here (san diego is the birthplace and mecca of triathletes and bikers/runners) who over embrace the whole, 'bikes are vehicles just like cars and we have just as many rights as cars' utter bullshit.

    Uhhhh... ok tiger. You go ahead and test out that theory in traffic. I'll say to the right as much as possible, thanks anyway.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I find a game that actually has group chat to encourage gang membership, and ENCOURAGE rivalry and in game turf wars and ENCOURAGE gunfights, trying to simulate what happens every day on the Southside to be fucked up. But then again, I was down at Navy Pier a few years ago when a couple of rivals decided to empty their Glocks at each other during 4th of July, towards the end of Daley's reign when shit got real.

    The worst though is Rockstar is British company. The CEO is the son of the 70s actress Colleen Dewhurst, he's this ugly fat bald brit who tries to roll like he's Pitbull but instead comes off like SeaBass.

    I want to raise VC to have Chicago and LA developers make a game where you roll through Great Britain, mocking them for having ugly women and bad teeth, where you get mission orders from BrickTop and the final boss mission is breaking into Buckingham so you can bash the Queen's skull in with a baseball bat. And hide behind the 'satire' moniker.

    Fuck them.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    I'd buy that game. But as far as video games being responsible for gang violence? That's a bit of a stretch there Tipper.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    college buddy used to work for Rockstar in SD. Always thought they were local. huh.

    Oh and this (check 2:10): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MSrAwfagG4

  • In reply to Shady:

    God. My kids sit on my lap and I explain to them that they're in the tank with daddy, y'know ... include them - it's curious that they suppose an ex-nanny is lying down in the back of the tank though. Cool with me, I've got some big tanks. They're used to getting blown up now. It does worry me that they leave peppa pig or the care bears and run over to daddy when they hear the opening credits to Dexter or Breaking bad, they love those shows. And walking dead. Daleks and Cybermen rule. They think those shows are all hilarious.

    Oh God.

    Games? There is NO link between games and violent behaviour.

    If you walk into a school armed like a Commando and start shooting up human beings, it's becasue you're a sriously fucked-up individual, for whatever reason. You're a bad machine. It's not because you liked playing Postal or MW3.

    They do however improve your hand-eye co-ordination. I have the reflexes of a cat.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Me and Ender will be in our tanks, blasting Metallica and Iron Maiden, smoking cigars and training our 122mms on you fuckers.

    Ender, I'm happiest in my KV-1 with gun-rammer, spall-liner and fast-aimer all installed. Or my T-29, hull-down. How do you roll?

  • How did you get a 122mm on a fucking KV-I? Zhukov would have creamed his pants.

  • and last one just because

    http://www.memesay.com/m/MTQ0NA==

  • If we can't find a 3 tech to penetrate ... why not pick up a tall fat bastard who can stop the run...and tip some passes? Albert Haynesworth ain't got shit going on, does he?

  • In reply to Viva:

    Sorry Butch, I have to do this.

    Fantasy trade - what if scenario ...

    Butch - not me (holds hands up) - suggested trading Cutty for the very young JJ Watt plus a pick (for us)

    What say ye? Keep it polite.

    No to Haynesworth, we need a young guy with a future.

  • Peruse to the Score's site and pull up Lawrence Holmes show where he has Hunter on.

    Hunter doesn't filter or play politics. He ROLLS UP on Cutler. Wow.

    Some incendiary stuff there. He basically says, and yes I'm paraphrasing but go pull the audio if you want to do it yourself, that Cutler is a big baby. That he and Brandon share the trait of no resilience, and that if the early game goes bad for them, they just say 'fuck it' and start chucking the ball up and playing stupid football.

    He doesn't stop there. He basically says that the end of the year the Org has some soul searching to do, that Jay has elite talent but can't seem to always retrieve it on game day, and should the Bears build on the guy's inconsistency or not.

    HH rolling some shit down the hill, there. Holmes, who I think is just overrated a tad in this town, but he does work hard on content, seemed taken aback.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    So much for the Vandy love.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    fucking HH. What a vadge. He hasn't been on the team since 2010 and neither has Alex Brown yet they talk shit like it's still 2009 and that Jay is still a 25yr old punk kid.

    Fuck those cocksuckers. HH was a pussy and was a huge reason we went 7-9. He's a fag.

  • In reply to Waffle:

    What Waffle said.

  • In reply to Viva:

    Yup. Total vadge. Good call.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    I have zero tolerance for pussies, and Cuter does not strike me as a pussy.

    Cutler had a disdain for the incompetence of Ron Turner, Mike Martz and Mike Tice. Getting steamrolled by D-Lineman would do that to anyone. What were his options?

    I find Hunter's comments paraphrased by GP suspect. HH was not even on the team with both Beast and JC.

    PE does have to make a hard decision to make on Cutty. He better be evaluating everything.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Hattie Hillenmeyer ???

    (facepalms)

    Put your handbag down and get out of those sling-backs you Pussy @#$%!.

    Can't we get an NFL caliber player to do the analyzing?

    Can't really put anything on Brandon if the QB is in melt-down mode.

  • gp, maybe this song by the little ones will help restore your faith in humanity. Loosely based on Carl Jung and his philosophy.

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mYKLvYGqaC0

  • In reply to Cormonster:

    If we could get those kids alcohol and coke dependent, give them shitty parents and alienate them .... then there's definitely a recording contract in their future.

    Awesome.

    Great blog thread boys. This really is a unique place to hang out. Maybe Jefe will write about it all one day.

  • In reply to Cormonster:

    Have you seen these ladies Cor? The Irons with tits.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1b6Gs79ZrE

  • Sorry, you couldn't hear the vocals there. This vocalist actually sounds like Dickinson! And a la Poison or Motley Crue .. there's a bunch of tits on stage.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XebvpPtebaI

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